|Lenovo ThinkBook 13s (20V9004EUS)|
|Processor (CPU)?Central Processing Unit is the heart of a laptop and is responsible for executing programs.|
|Intel Core i7-1165G7|
|Memory (RAM)?Memory increases the general speed of a laptop.|
|WQXGA (2560 x 1600 pixels)|
|2.78 lbs (1.26 kg)|
|Operating system (OS)|
|Windows 10 Pro|
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EXQUISITE VIEW: This 2nd Generation ThinkBook 13s brings visuals to life from any angle with WUXGA (2560x1600) resolution and 4 million pixels, a designer’s dream. Dolby Vision and 100% sRGB color gamut produce striking image reproduction, while ultra-thin bezels provide a 90% screen-to-body ratio. And for long workdays, Eye Care Mode cuts down levels of blue light to alleviate eye fatigue.
SMART FEATURES FOR REMOTE WORK: You can control the receiving pattern of your microphone from unidirectional with noise cancelling to 360-degree omnidirectional, so that you can switch from personal to group calls with clarity. And an AI-based noise-cancellation algorithm blocks out screaming children, barking dogs, and any other distraction in a work-from-home setting.
ALL THE RIGHT CONNECTIONS: Speedy WiFi 6 enables faster downloads, increased bandwidth, lower latency, and seamless conferencing. The Thunderbolt 4 port provides up to 40Gbs data transfer rates with the latest peripherals. Connecting is hassle-free, thanks to a generous selection of ports including USB 4 Type-C, 2 x USB-A 3.2 Gen 1, HDMI 2.0 and more.
VERSATILE AND PURPOSEFUL: Sleeker and lighter than the previous generation, this PC boasts an amazingly thin 14.9mm / 0.58" profile and weighs in at only 1.26kg / 2.78lbs. Made of lightweight anodized aluminum, it’s ideal for on-the-go professionals and lets you stand out, thanks to its elegant, professional dual-tone mineral gray top cover.
INTUITIVE FEATURES: Keep your data safe and guard your privacy with features like Trusted Platform Module (TPM 2.0). A webcam privacy shutter lets you physically block the camera when you’re not using it. The fingerprint reader controls access.