Being China’s largest and world’s fourth largest computer manufacturer, Lenovo is a reputed brand in the world of computers. Lenovo launched three series of laptops; ThinkPad, IdeaPad and Valueline series.
Lenovo is known for its energy efficient devices and this feature is reflected by ThinkPad laptops – the ultimate business tools for serious business users, students and IT professionals. The IdeaPad Series incorporates functionality, style and technology. Valueline Laptops from Lenovo deliver the best value for money.
Why buy a Lenovo Laptop in South Africa?
- Lenovo offers a laptop that fits with budget and needs of different consumers.
- Lenovo laptops make use of contemporary technology for building economical and reliable solutions. Scoring high on quality, durability and performance, it is trusted and recommended.
- The Lenovo combines its series of laptops with innovative features and cutting edge technology. It uses fingerprint detection and face detection for security purpose. The laptops also come with latest features such as scratch resistant LCD screen, touch sensitive control panel, integrated TV tuner and Dolby digital speaker system.
- From home users to programmers, Lenovo laptops are available in different configurations. The ThinkPad T series is possibly the most iconic line of laptop that Lenovo currently produces. They are thin, light weight, large screen laptops with 8 hours solid battery life.
Lenovo Laptops & Prices in South Africa
There are Lenovo laptops for any kind of budget. They are smartly designed notebooks for your mobile computing needs at right prices.
|Lenovo Ideapad S150-14AST||14″ (1366×768)||WIN10||AMD A6-9220e Dual Core 1.6GHz||4GB||64GB eMMC||R$5,220 – R$5,400|
|Lenovo Ideapad 1 11IGL05||11.6″ (1366×768)||WIN10||Celeron N4020 1.1GHz Dual Core||4GB||128GB SSD||R$5,400 – R$5,580|
|Lenovo 100e||11.6″ (1366×768)||WIN10||AMD 3015e 1.2GHz Dual Core||4GB||64GB eMMC||R$5,580 – R$5,760|
|Lenovo 5 14IIL05||14″ (1920×1080)||WIN11 SCore™️ i5-1135G7 Quad Core||Core i5-1035G1||8GB||256GB SSD||R$11,340 – R$11,520|
|Lenovo Ideapad 3 15ITL6||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-1135G7 Quad Core||12GB||256GB SSD||R$12,420 – R$12,600|
|Lenovo Ideapad 3 15IML05||15.6″ (1366×768)||WIN10||Core i5-10210U 1.6GHz Quad Core||8GB||256GB SSD||R$12,420 – R$12,600|
|Lenovo Ideapad 5i 15ITL05||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-1135G7 2.4Ghz||8GB||256GB SSD||R$13,320 – R$13,500|
|Lenovo Ideapad 3i 15ITL6||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-1135G7 2.4Ghz||8GB||256GB SSD||R$13,320 – R$13,500|
|Lenovo Ideapad 5 15IIL05||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-1035G1||8GB||512GB SSD||R$13,320 – R$13,500|
|Lenovo Ideapad 3 15ITL6||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||11th Gen Core i7-1165G7 2.8GHz Quad Core||8GB||1TB HDD||R$14,400 – R$14,760|
|Lenovo Ideapad 3 15ITL6||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-1135G7 2.4GHz Quad Core||8GB||256GB SSD||R$14,220 – R$14,580|
|Lenovo FLEX 14IML 2-IN-1||14″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-10210U 1.6GHz Quad Core||8GB||256GB SSD||R$14,760 – R$14,940|
|Lenovo SLIM 7 14ITL05||14″ (1920×1080)||WIN11||Core i5-1135G7 Quad Core||8GB||512GB SSD||R$15,660 – R$15,840|
|Lenovo LEGION 5 15IMH05H||15.6″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-10300H 2.5GHz||8GB||512GB SSD||R$18,000 – R$18,360|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X13||13.3″ (1920×1080)||WIN10||Core i5-10210 1.6GHz Quad Core||8GB||512GB SSD||R$16,920 – R$17,280|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X1 CARBON||14″ (1920×1080)||WIN10 Pro||Core i5-8365U 1.6GHz Quad Core||16GB||256GB SSD||R$19,980 – R$20,340|
|Lenovo ThinkPad T14||14″ (1920×1080)||WIN10 Pro||Core i7-10510U 1.8GHz Quad Core||16GB||512GB SSD||R$30,420 – R$30,780|
|Lenovo ThinkPad T14||14″ UHD 4K (3840×2160)||WIN10 Pro||Core i7-10610U 1.8GHz Quad Core||48GB||512GB SSD||R$46,000 – R$46,000|
Things consider before buying a Lenovo Laptop
Here are quick tips to assist you in your quest for a business or personal laptop for yourself or someone in need.
Why are you buying a Lenovo Laptop?
The reason you are buying your laptop is going to determine what you’re going to need out of the new system. It may be best for you to jot down every possible scenario you could see yourself using the laptop.
What you’d like to see on the inside?
A good benchmark to set for your system will be 4GB of RAM; preferably DDR3, A quality dual core processor (avoid the Intel Celeron series for example), and then a hard drive based off how much you plan to store on your computer.
How long do you intend using the laptop?
If you plan on using the laptop in a lot of places where there are no power sources, you’ll want a laptop with a longer than average battery life. The average battery life of a laptop varies from 2-4 hours.
What will you be doing with your laptop?
For software, consider what you’ll be doing with your laptop. Will you be needing photo editing software, digital game fixes or license for web design software?
What about Accessories?
You need a laptop bag and they come in several varieties ranging from slipcases, briefcase to messenger bags. Another accessory to add to your list is a wireless mouse, a NUMPAD if your laptop keyboard doesn’t have one, or a Tablet for sketching or signing documents, a USB Headphone/Microphone combination, a web camera, an external hard drive, wireless router and a wireless printer.