The Z Generation Of Work And Life Must-have Tools Lenovo Thinkbook 14 Comprehensive Review


[Bestbuy618 Laptop Channel]We have only recently entered the life of the social animal. Nowadays, an increasing number of post-1995 young people have emerged from college campuses and are emerging in the workplace as a new force that is difficult to ignore. Post-95s have distinct personalities, enjoy both work and play, and want to live a fulfilling life while working hard.

Lenovo also introduced new ThinkBook series products for this group, which have a high value, good performance, and great entertainment value, and can meet their needs of juggling work and life at any time. The ThinkBook 14 we brought today is a new product launched by Lenovo some time ago; how is its actual experience? Let’s take a look. Still using the password to open the computer? You’re really out From the time I got this product, I downloaded some of the usual essential software programs (mainly games and movies) and used it as my main productivity tool.

When I came to the office and opened the laptop, the two-in-one fingerprint and power design allowed me to tu Finally, I can avoid the embarrassment of frequently entering the incorrect password and being unable to turn on the computer. It’s difficult for me to remember my computer’s boot password now that I’m used to using my phone’s fingerprint unlock.

I can finally say goodbye to the days of forgetting to lock the password in all caps and becoming irritated at the prospect of losing it again.

Who says elegance and the workplace can’t coexist? Nowadays, the Internet is full of threats, and even the slightest carelessness can result in the leakage of personal information. Every day, when I look at the black hole camera on my computer screen, I feel as if someone is staring at me. I know it’s just a psychological thing, but the ThinkBook 14’s ThinkShutter safety valve gives me a lot of peace of mind. The ThinkBook 14 has a new 5-stage hinge pivot that opens and closes at up to 180°, allowing me to work in a variety of positions and share information with my friends at all times by flicking a small switch above the camera.

When I use other computers, I now have to awkwardly turn the computer around to show the computer screen to my colleagues. This is a less obvious but crucial feature: in a thin and light book, a rich interface is always a luxury option.

I recall taking a fancy laptop to a client meeting and discovering that there was no type-c adapter upstairs. That handy feeling of looking for an adapter is still fresh in my mind.

But the ThinkBook interface immediately alleviated my “interface anxiety.” Mom no longer has to be concerned about me doing pre when there is no interface! Small size, large capacity, no more tantrums with lagging computers!

This is the point at which the day begins. The 10th generation Core processors deliver excellent performance, whether it’s processing images in Photoshop, word documents, creating icons in Excel, or opening web pages to search for information. My daily work entails organizing client requirements as well as communicating with our client.

My computer is currently being used with 15 PPT, 7 Word, 12 Excel, 6 PDF, 35 web pages, 4 PSD, and the resident desktop outlook and WeChat. Multitasking on my ThinkBook was extremely comfortable, with no hesitation or impatient lag. People often believe that office notebooks do not require performance, but I disagree.

When looking for solutions for bosses and clients, the few seconds of efficiency that performance brings can be critical. Furthermore, the ThinkBook 14 keyboard distribution is relatively compact, the keys feel very good, although the key range is not long, but the feedback is very powerful, making it ideal for people like me who spend a lot of time coding. The wide and thick “delete” button, in particular, is a true ray of hope for typos, and the feedback is very powerful and appropriate for people like me who have to write for a long time.

It does not exist! For the thin and light office book, many people will undoubtedly be concerned about the battery life; after all, our work has long been not only limited to the office, but also out of the meeting, attending meetings, and other mobile office needs. So, to test the actual battery life of the ThinkBook 14, I first fully charged it, then unplugged it at 1:30 p.m., selected longer battery life, balanced mode, and 80 percent brightness for battery mode, and then carried out daily office work in a WiFi environment. We spent this time writing, surfing the web, processing images, and chatting on WeChat.

The ThinkBook 14 had 35 percent battery left as of 6pm, after a total of four and a half hours of use, which is excellent performance, and the total usage time is expected to be more than 6 hours. It is anticipated that it will last for more than 6 hours in total. It is also possible to work for a longer period of time when we are not connected to the power grid.

This book also has a fast charging mode that can charge up to 80% in one hour, which is quite impressive.

Life and entertainment, this is my all-rounder The narrow bezel screen is really good when watching videos and movies, and with Dolby sound system, you can enjoy your life at leisure time lying on the sofa at home catching up with a drama, watching a movie, and brushing a few movies. Furthermore, it is also equipped with a discrete graphics card, so you can play some games in addition to the daily office in the company, recently LOL happened to open the infinite fir In the evenings after work and with friends, open a black, work and play both The LOL basically runs smoothly in medium quality, with 60 fps in most cases, with some frame drops in multiplayer group battles, but overall the experience is very good, a manual point of praise. The thin and light body allows me to easily fit it into my backpack without adding a big burden, whether it’s home from work, out of the office, or on a business trip is very convenient.

In normal use, the customized version of Computer Manager can be a quick setting for power mode, camera microphone, switch between regular charging and fast charging, and so on, making it convenient and fast. Finally, as a notebook for young users, the ThinkBook 14 has a stylish, youthful design to meet the needs of the face-controlled, touch-screen interface. Unlike thin and light notebooks, which are all about weight, it is as thin and portable as possible while still retaining a plethora of interfaces that allow it to meet users’ needs for daily data transfer and external devices. It has a very good performance and can fully cope with the daily business office with the new 10th generation Core processor, and the battery life is sufficient to meet the needs of the office on the go.

Furthermore, it does not lag behind in terms of business and security, with the power button with fingerprint unlock, ThinkShutter safety valve, “Modern Standby” mode, and so on. Furthermore, in addition to this ThinkBook 14, ThinkBook series also has ThinkBook 13s/14s, ThinkBook 15 and other products, they have a more compact and thin body, some have a larger screen, some are more powerful performance, and all have a family-style high value. If you want a thin and light business book with high value, good performance, and low cost performance, the ThinkBook series is a good option.ThinkBook 13s

Who says elegance and the workplace can’t coexist? Nowadays, the Internet is full of threats, and even the slightest carelessness can result in the leakage of personal information. Every day, when I look at the black hole camera on my computer screen, I feel as if someone is staring at me. I know it’s just a psychological thing, but the ThinkBook 14’s ThinkShutter safety valve gives me a lot of peace of mind. The ThinkBook 14 has a new 5-stage hinge pivot that opens and closes at up to 180°, allowing me to work in a variety of positions and share information with my friends at all times by flicking a small switch above the camera.

When I use other computers, I now have to awkwardly turn the computer around to show the computer screen to my colleagues. This is a less obvious but crucial feature: in a thin and light book, a rich interface is always a luxury option.

I recall taking a fancy laptop to a client meeting and discovering that there was no type-c adapter upstairs. That handy feeling of looking for an adapter is still fresh in my mind.

But the ThinkBook interface immediately alleviated my “interface anxiety.” Mom no longer has to be concerned about me doing pre when there is no interface! Small size, large capacity, no more tantrums with lagging computers!

This is the point at which the day begins. The 10th generation Core processors deliver excellent performance, whether it’s processing images in Photoshop, word documents, creating icons in Excel, or opening web pages to search for information. My daily work entails organizing client requirements as well as communicating with our client. My computer is currently being used with 15 PPT, 7 Word, 12 Excel, 6 PDF, 35 web pages, 4 PSD, and the resident desktop outlook and WeChat.

Multitasking on my ThinkBook was extremely comfortable, with no hesitation or impatient lag. People often believe that office notebooks do not require performance, but I disagree.

When looking for solutions for bosses and clients, the few seconds of efficiency that performance brings can be critical. Furthermore, the ThinkBook 14 keyboard distribution is relatively compact, the keys feel very good, although the key range is not long, but the feedback is very powerful, making it ideal for people like me who spend a lot of time coding.

The wide and thick “delete” button, in particular, is a true ray of hope for typos, and the feedback is very powerful and appropriate for people like me who have to write for a long time. It does not exist! For the thin and light office book, many people will undoubtedly be concerned about the battery life; after all, our work has long been not only limited to the office, but also out of the meeting, attending meetings, and other mobile office needs.

So, to test the actual battery life of the ThinkBook 14, I first fully charged it, then unplugged it at 1:30 p.m., selected longer battery life, balanced mode, and 80 percent brightness for battery mode, and then carried out daily office work in a WiFi environment. We spent this time writing, surfing the web, processing images, and chatting on WeChat.

The ThinkBook 14 had 35 percent battery left as of 6pm, after a total of four and a half hours of use, which is excellent performance, and the total usage time is expected to be more than 6 hours. It is anticipated that it will last for more than 6 hours in total. It is also possible to work for a longer period of time when we are not connected to the power grid.

This book also has a fast charging mode that can charge up to 80% in one hour, which is quite impressive.

Life and entertainment, this is my all-rounder The narrow bezel screen is really good when watching videos and movies, and with Dolby sound system, you can enjoy your life at leisure time lying on the sofa at home catching up with a drama, watching a movie, and brushing a few movies. Furthermore, it is also equipped with a discrete graphics card, so you can play some games in addition to the daily office in the company, recently LOL happened to open the infinite fir In the evenings after work and with friends, open a black, work and play both The LOL basically runs smoothly in medium quality, with 60 fps in most cases, with some frame drops in multiplayer group battles, but overall the experience is very good, a manual point of praise. The thin and light body allows me to easily fit it into my backpack without adding a big burden, whether it’s home from work, out of the office, or on a business trip is very convenient.

In normal use, the customized version of Computer Manager can be a quick setting for power mode, camera microphone, switch between regular charging and fast charging, and so on, making it convenient and fast. Finally, as a notebook for young users, the ThinkBook 14 has a stylish, youthful design to meet the needs of the face-controlled, touch-screen interface. Unlike thin and light notebooks, which are all about weight, it is as thin and portable as possible while still retaining a plethora of interfaces that allow it to meet users’ needs for daily data transfer and external devices. It has a very good performance and can fully cope with the daily business office with the new 10th generation Core processor, and the battery life is sufficient to meet the needs of the office on the go.

Furthermore, it does not lag behind in terms of business and security, with the power button with fingerprint unlock, ThinkShutter safety valve, “Modern Standby” mode, and so on. Furthermore, in addition to this ThinkBook 14, ThinkBook series also has ThinkBook 13s/14s, ThinkBook 15 and other products, they have a more compact and thin body, some have a larger screen, some are more powerful performance, and all have a family-style high value.

If you want a thin and light business book with high value, good performance, and low cost performance, the ThinkBook series is a good option.ThinkBook 13s