There’s a new breed of laptop, the ThinkPad Pro 13, in the works, and it looks like the ThinkPads Pro 13 may have the same specs as its predecessor.
The new laptop is said to be faster than the previous model, the 15-inch ThinkPad 11e, and also includes a bigger battery and a new display.
That’s all good news for anyone who’s looking to upgrade from the last-generation ThinkPad laptop and want to make a difference in their daily lives.
But it’s not the only thing new in Lenovo’s ThinkPad line.
In an interview with Ars, Lenovo’s VP of product development, Andy Poulin, also confirmed that the ThinkBook line will get an update this year, as well as new laptops based on the 10-inch MacBook Pro, and the 13-inch XPS 15.
The company also announced a new ThinkPad notebook for 2018, and announced that it plans to release a new notebook with a larger screen, too.
We’re not quite sure what that new notebook will look like, but it will likely feature a 10-point hinge, similar to the Surface Book’s.
It’ll also likely have a matte finish.
In addition, Lenovo is bringing the Thinkbook line to the new MacBook Pro line, too, and Lenovo plans to announce a new laptop with a 1080p display and a thinner chassis as well.
Lenovo is also planning to bring the Thinkpad line to Windows 10 machines, too (at least in the near future).
Lenovo’s upcoming laptops will likely have similar specs, but not as powerful as the current models.
And they’ll likely be released in mid-2017, just in time for the end of the year holiday shopping season.
Lenovo’s new laptops and MacBook Pros will be announced on April 7, but you can expect to see them at retailers as soon as May.
Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Pros and laptops (in order of appearance) ThinkPad 15e Pros ThinkPad XPS 13 Pros Thinkpad 10e Pros Intel Core i7-6700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 4000, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 2GB Intel Core m3, 8 GB RAM, 256GB SSD Intel Core x2, 8 TB RAM, 512GB SSD Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit, 128 GB SSD Microsoft Edge 11.6, 256 GB SSD Nvidia GeForce GT 650M, Nvidia GT 640M, Intel Core 2 Duo E6400, Nvidia Quadro K4000M, 16 GB RAM Intel Core 1 Duo E4500, 8G RAM, 64 GB SSD Intel i5-3420, 16GB RAM Intel i7 6700HQ 4K, Nvidia GTX 1070 4GB, 16 TB RAM Intel Iris Pro 6200, 8 G RAM, Intel Iris 6100, Nvidia Nvidia Quadro GP100, Intel i9-7960X, 32 GB RAM Nvidia Quadro P2000, 8.4 GB RAM Asus Zenbook UX305, 16.7-inch 1920×1080 IPS display, Nvidia 1080Ti 2GB Nvidia GeForce 1060 6GB Nvidia Quadro 3000 2GB (4K) Asus Zenfone Pro UX305W, 1080p IPS display Asus ZenBook UX305 W, 1080-degree hinge Asus Zen Book UX305P, 1080×1920 IPS display Acer Chromebook 14, 8-inch 1080p LCD, Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 1060 Nvidia Quadro 1060, Nvidia 980 Ti, Nvidia 970, 8gb RAM Intel Celeron C2750, 8 g RAM Nvidia GeForce 8500M, 8Gb RAM Intel HD 4400, 256gb SSD, Nvidia Pascal, 32gb RAM Nvidia Titan Xp, Intel Xeon E3-1230, 16Gb RAM, 4 x 32GB GDDR5 Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, 16gb RAM, 8 x 8GB GDDR3 Nvidia Quadro FX 580, 16g RAM, Nvidia Titan Z, 16 x 32Gb GDDR5, Nvidia 940MX Nvidia Quadro 2000, 16-core, 8+4GB GDDR6 Nvidia GeForce FX 5800, 256g RAM Nvidia GT 650 Ti, 16 g RAM, 32 g RAM NVIDIA GeForce GT 750 Ti, 64 g RAM Intel Xeon G4258, Nvidia Kepler, 16 G RAM NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600, 16×16 display Nvidia Quadro 6000M, 256 G RAM Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti, 128 G RAM Intel Edison, 256 g RAM GeForce GT 610M, 4x8GB GDDR4 Nvidia GeForce Titan X, 4 GB GDDR5 NVMe SSD Intel Edison HD, 4 G RAM AMD Radeon RX Vega 64, 16+4 GB GDDR6 NVMe NVMe PCIe SSD Nvidia Quadro M4000, 256Gb GDDR3 NVMe PCI Express SSD Nvidia Titan, 64GB RAM NVIDIA Titan X Pascal, 64 G RAM