Lenovo ThinkPad L Laptops Show Eco-Friendliness
Environmentally-conscious manufacturer Lenovo has introduced the new ThinkPad L series with claims that the line contains more recycled materials than other laptops currently on the market. The new ThinkPad L series incorporates up to 30% post consumer content, the highest in the field, and has also increased energy efficiency by 40% over previous ThinkPad models.
The Lenovo ThinkPad L 14- and 15-inch notebooks are aimed at business, government, and education customers and also feature enhanced web conferencing and Voice over IP (VoIP) features. Intel core processors and graphics, wireless connectivity with support for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon, and up to 8 hours of battery life are pluses.
ThinkPad L Prices start at $600 and go up based on processing speed and additional features desired. While the ThinkPad L models didn’t quite make it to market by Earth Day, they should be available for purchase in mid-May.
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