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Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 Review: A ThinkPad for Everyone

Verdict: Lenovo’s decision to use Team Red’s Ryzen PRO processors for its ThinkPad ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 business laptops didn’t just make them more affordable —they made them more powerful too. While we would have liked more USB Type-C ports, its stellar battery life, and excellent performance make it a great option for businesses looking for a reliable and powerful business laptop.

The ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 is priced at Php 51,869 .

Pros

  • Arguably the best keyboard on a business laptop
  • Impressive battery life
  • Ryzen 5 PRO processor delivers the goods

Cons

Lenovo’s ThinkPad line is known as the brand’s workhorse business laptops, serving hundreds of companies with its iconic bento box design and a stellar record of being durable and reliable. Lenovo’s making their iconic do-it-all machine even better by utilizing AMD’s new Ryzen PRO processors, starting with the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1.

Design

As a millennial whose first laptop was a ThinkPad, nothing much has changed design-wise for the Thinkpad line even after all those years. You have the same boxy design dressed in business-appropriate black, a design that’s nondescript as they come. The ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 has a 17.9mm chassis that is made of magnesium alloy and glass fiber, and a lid that uses glass fiber. It’s not as glamorous as laptops that have metal shells or fancy brushed alloy finishes, but it’s tough (it’s been tested and conforms to 12 military-grade requirements), something you want in a business laptop that’s sure to see considerable wear and tear.

The keyboard layout is typical to any ThinkPad, and its spill-resistant design is made especially for clumsier hands. It’s arguably still the best keyboards for business laptops thanks to its clicky response and well-spaced keys which makes them great for long hours of typing. They are also backlit, so you can remain productive even at night.

The speakers and power button are found on top of the keyboard, while you have a tactile trackpad with physical buttons at the bottom and a fingerprint scanner beside it. Of course, it’s not a ThinkPad without the iconic red TrackPoint in the middle of the keyboard.

Even with its slender frame, you get a good set of ports: USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, ThinkPad docking pins, USB-A 3.0 Gen 1, HDMI port, headphone jack, and MicroSD card reader on the left, and an Ethernet port and an always-on USB-A 3.0 Gen 1 on the right side. While it looks like it only has one USB-C port, the ThinkPad docking pins beside it actually houses another USB-C port. A more common SD card reader would have been better for a business laptop like the ThinkPad T14.

Display and speakers

The ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 gets a 14-inch Full HD display with a familiar 16:9 aspect ratio. The top and bottom bezels are relatively thick for 2020 standards, with the top bezel housing the webcam and ThinkShutter to protect privacy. Viewing angles are good, and the display’s 95% sRGB coverage makes the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 ideal for doing multimedia work. The panel has a 250nits max brightness, which is fine for indoor work—though it’s a little dim when used outside.

For audio, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s front-firing speakers deliver a good soundstage. The lows are present (though not as strong as those used on higher-end laptops), and there’s good separation between the mids and highs. Audio fidelity remains consistent even when you max out the volume, making the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 at par with mid-range laptops at its price range. The speakers also come with Dolby Audio, which allows you to further tweak the audio settings according to the content you are consuming.

Performance and Battery life

Our review unit comes with a Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U processor that is paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB NVMe SSD storage. The RAM can be upgraded further, as the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 has a vacant RAM slot—the 8GB RAM included is soldered.

Going to the processor, the Ryzen 4000 PRO series was announced last May, and AMD’s business-oriented processors offer a significant jump over the previous-generation Ryzen 3000 PRO processors, especially when it comes to multi-core performance.

The Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U has a 6-core/12-thread configuration, which is a jump over the 4-core/8-thread configuration of the previous-generation Ryzen 5 PRO 3500U. With its hexa-core design, the Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U is more powerful than the Core i5-1035G1 that’s used on the ZenBook 13 UX325 and just behind the Core i7-1065G7 that’s found on the IdeaPad Slim 5i when it comes to GeekBench single-core and multi-core benchmarks. However, the Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U trumps both Intel processors when it comes to CineBench R20, and scored close to the Core i7-1065G7 in PCMark.

Compared to the Core i7-10510U used on the ThinkBook Plus, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U beats the Intel processor in all benchmarks, save for GeekBench single core. That’s very impressive considering the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 costs half of the ThinkBook Plus’ SRP.

Together with its Vega integrated graphics, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 worked great as my daily driver, which includes batch editing photos in Lightroom, typing several articles for the site (including this review), and editing a few graphic layouts in Photoshop. While a 256GB NVMe SSD storage may sound small these days, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s 8GB RAM did well with day-to-day work, delivering an overall smooth experience.

As a business-focused processor, the Ryzen 5 PRO has added features like AMD Memory Guard for full memory encryption, native support for Microsoft Endpoint Manager, and up to 18 months of planned software stability. For software, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 comes with Windows 10 Pro and Lenovo Vantage pre-installed.

For the battery, our review unit comes with a 50wHr battery, which is roughly the same size used on the Intel-based ThinkPad T480. Running our YouTube video loop test gave us a battery life of a little over 7 hours, which is impressive for a business laptop that is priced at under Php 52k. One factor to the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s laudable battery life is due to the Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U’s 7nm-based Zen2 architecture. Charging is done via 65w USB-PD, so topping up the battery from flat to 100% will take you around 2 hours.

Wrap up and Conclusions

While the ThinkPad T series are generally expensive — the current ThinkPad T480 is priced at almost Php 91k, the Ryzen-powered ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 makes the mainstream ThinkPad line more accessible with a sub-Php 52k price. While it does not have the brightest display and you’re stuck with one USB-C port and a rather unconventional MicroSD card reader, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s Ryzen 5 PRO processor gives it great value for money when it comes to overall performance and stellar battery life.

In addition, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s sub-Php 52k price tag makes it a great option for businesses that insist on the renowned reliability of ThinkPad laptops without spending too much.

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Brand-new Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 Battery Replacement

Note : 1. 11.55V and 11.1V are compatible, they are in common use. 2. This battery is not compatible with ThinkPad T490S.

High Quality Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 Battery Replacement

High Quality Components This Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery replacement has built-in A grade cells and high-quality TI intelligent control chip, which not only performs better, charges faster but lasts longer. In addition, the outer shell of the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery is made according to the original battery shape design scheme, using high temperature and wear-resistant ABS PC alloy environmentally friendly materials, which can be 100% compatible with your laptop and fit closely.

100% True Capacity Do not be deceived by the false capacity advertisements from bad merchants, of which battery capacity will often drop off significantly after using a few months. Made with the highest quality “A” grade cells, our Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 laptop battery has passed various strict quality tests to ensure that it meets OEM specifications, which can provide more than 600 charging cycles to maintain the same capacity for a long time.

Safety Is Vital! Using a poor battery with unstable performance may do harm to the notebook and your safety. Our Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 replacement battery has passed CE, UL, ROHS, and other international authority certifications, which provides a variety of protection functions, effectively preventing common risks such as short circuits, overheating, and overvoltage. In order to protect your laptop and your safety, please rest assured to purchase our high-quality batteries!

Service is better than promised

Secure Packaging To ensure that the new Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery can be safely delivered to your hands, it will be firstly packed in an anti-static bag, then wrapped with a drop-proof synthetic foam, finally enclosed into sturdy cardboard and sealed with waterproof plastic tape.

Fast Shipping The shipment will be arranged within 24 hours (working day) after we receiving the order. The shipping notification will be sent via email after confirming the shipment, which will contain the details of your order and tracking information of the package.

30 Days Money Back In order to minimize the risk during the purchase process from customers, our return period is 30 days instead of 7 or 14 days! You can easily request a refund within 30 days since receiving the product if you are not satisfied with our Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 laptop battery or our service.

Free Repair/Replacement Do not worry about the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 replacement battery which is purchased from us will not be performed well after a few months. Having been focused on Lenovo laptop batteries for more than 10 years, it is rarely failed with our batteries. If the battery you purchased has a faulty performance that is not artificially damaged within one year, not only free repair services and even a new replacement we are willing to provide, but also the shipping cost will be borne by us.

  • Overvoltage Protection
  • Overcharge Protection
  • Over Discharge Protection
  • Electromagnetic Protection
  • Overheating Protection
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • ESD Protection
  • Charging Time Protection
  • Overcurrent Protection
  • Power Protection
  • Intelligent Protection
  • Class A Protection

The Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery compatibility list is incomplete. If you are not sure whether it is suitable for your Lenovo laptop, please leave the model of your Lenovo laptop through “Support for Product Search”, and we will quickly choose the right battery for you.

Compatible Battery Part Numbers

Compatible Laptop Models

  • ThinkPad T14 Gen 1
  • ThinkPad P14S GEN 2-21A0006NGE
  • ThinkPad P43S-20RH001SMC
  • ThinkPad P43S-20RH004HRK
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 1-20UD000XIU
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 1-20UD005RAT
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 1-20UD0067GB
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W0003GUK
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000B1CK
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000BSSG
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000DJMS
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000GQMH
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000GYMN
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000HEEE
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000JUML
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000QKAT
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20W000W8ZA
  • ThinkPad T14 GEN 2-20XK0097EE
  • ThinkPad T490-20N2006FML

Disclaimer: LenovoBatt.com only sells high-quality replacement batteries instead of original batteries. We mention the original manufacturer’s brand and model only to illustrate the compatibility of the battery type, so that customers can correctly purchase replacement batteries suitable for Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1.

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How can I check if the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery is compatible with my laptop?

First, find out your old battery part number, or the laptop model name, and then match it with the Compatibility List above. Secondly, please compare the old batteries with our product pictures to ensure that they have the same interface and shape. Finally, check whether the voltage of this battery is the same as the old battery. If you are still unsure whether it is suitable for your laptop, you can note the laptop model when placing an order, so that we can confirm that you have purchased the correct battery. Or leave your laptop model via “Support for Product Search” and we will select the appropriate battery for you.

What parameters should be noticed when buying the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery replacement?

  • Cell Type: Generally speaking, Li-ion and Li-Polymer batteries are the best choices. Compared with NiMH batteries in the past, they have a longer life, faster charging, more environmental protection, and one-third lighter weight.
  • Voltage: Please note that there may be two or more different voltages, such as 11.1 V and 14.8V, matching the same laptop model. They are completely incompatible with each other.
  • Capacity: A higher capacity battery can power your laptop longer. At the same time, high capacity batteries are much larger in size, weight, and higher in price. You can make a choice based on your needs.
  • Condition: Be sure to choose “Brand New”. You have no good reason to buy a refurbished battery (or an unused battery covered dust somewhere on the shelf). Check the production date. Batteries have been in production for more than 2 years should be denied.

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If Tools come with after buying the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery?

If you purchased a built-in battery (located inside the laptop), we will send the complete installation tools for free. If you purchase a removable battery located on the outside of the laptop (slide the battery latch to remove it), there are no tools included. Although a few batteries are located on the outside of the laptop fixed by screws, and we will also give away disassemble tools.

In order to extend the Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 laptop battery life, should I completely drain it before charging?

No need. Our laptop batteries are all lithium-ion batteries, not nickel-cadmium! They do not have any memory effect, just higher capacity and more environmentally friendly design. But they are low-power-sensitive. It is huge damage to lithium-ion batteries to completely exhaust the power and even damage the battery immediately.

How to charge the new Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 replacement battery correctly?

You don’t need to charge the new Lenovo ThinkPad T14 GEN 1 battery for more than 12 hours, just charge and discharge normally. Because the lithium-ion battery has no memory effect. When the battery power is down to 10%-20%, you should charge it in time. If your battery will not be used for a long time, please recharge it once a month and keep the battery power above 50%. In addition, even if you charge the battery while using the laptop, or leave the laptop connected to an external power source when fully charged, it will not cause any damage to the battery.

An aging design might deter some, but this is still a top business laptop stacked with features.

Lenovo announced earlier this year its intentions to update the T-series ThinkPads, which includes the ThinkPad T14. The first-gen T14 was the successor to the T490, one of the best-selling business laptops Lenovo offers. The move to the new T14 name didn’t really change the design, instead focusing on a performance bump with modern hardware. The same holds true for the ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2), which is again mostly a performance upgrade. I’ve been using this laptop for all tasks to see exactly where it excels, where it falls short, and whether or not it’s worth your money.

Bottom line: The ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2)’s solid, durable design is starting to look dated next to some of the other ThinkPads in Lenovo’s stable. Nevertheless, it brings steady performance with 11th Gen Intel Core CPUs, and battery life and thermals are excellent. If you’re looking for a business laptop with plenty of extra security features and one of the best keyboards around, this should be considered.

For

  • 11th Gen Intel CPUs bring better performance
  • Dual Thunderbolt 4
  • Durable ThinkPad quality build
  • Excellent keyboard, speakers
  • Bright, colorful display that sips power

Against

  • Still using a 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Thick plastic display bezel
  • HD camera
  • Touchpad is a bit loose

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2): Price, availability, and specs

Lenovo supplied Windows Central with a review unit of the ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2) with Intel hardware. Compared to the first-gen model, it has new ports, new CPUs, faster RAM, and a couple of different display options. This is mainly a performance refresh; the two laptops are essentially indistinguishable when placed next to each other.

My review model has an 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1145G7 vPro CPU, a 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe solid-state drive (SSD) that is upgradeable, and a 14-inch 1920×1080 (FHD) display. The 16GB of RAM is soldered to the motherboard, but there is an extra free slot available for upgrades and to achieve dual-channel performance. Lenovo offers either 8GB or 16GB of soldered RAM from the factory.

Like the first-gen ThinkPad T14, the Gen 2 model is configurable with 4G LTE. It works with eSIM or an optional physical Nano-SIM slot. NFC and a Smart Card reader are also options for enterprise buys.

This review unit costs about 1,719 after one of Lenovo’s frequent discounts, but it does have quite a few upgrades over basic models. If you’re on a tighter budget, models currently start at 1,280 at Lenovo. You can configure hardware as you please at Lenovo’s official site, but there are also models available at plenty of third-party retailers like Amazon and Newegg. There are also AMD-based ThinkPad T14 models available, which I cover in the competition section.

Following are the exact specs found in my ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2) review unit.

OSProcessorRAMGraphicsStorageDisplayPortsAudioConnectivityCameraKeyboardTouchpadSecurityBatteryDimensionsWeightColor
Windows 10 Pro
11th Gen IntelCore i5-1145G7 vPro4 cores, 8 threadsUp to 4.4GHz
16GB DDR4-3200Dual-channel
Intel Iris XeIntegrated
512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDUpgradeable
14 inches1920x1080 (FHD)16:9 aspect ratioNon-touchMatte, IPSLow power
Two Thunderbolt 4Two USB-A 3.2 (Gen 1)HDMI 2.0microSD card reader3.5mm audioEthernet
Dual 2W stereo speakersDolby Audio
Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210Bluetooth 5.2
Front-facing 720pIR cameraPrivacy shutter
BacklitSpill resistant
PrecisionTrackPoint
dTPM 2.0Kensington lock slotSmart Card reader (optional)Fingerprint readerIR cameraWebcam shutter
50Wh65W AC adapter
12.95 x 8.94 x 0.7 inches(329mm x 227mm x 18mm)
3.23 pounds (1.47kg)
Black

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2): What I like

My second-gen ThinkPad T14’s case is made up of a mix of materials, including polycarbonate and magnesium alloy for the keyboard deck, polyamide with glass fiber for the bottom portion, and polyphenylene for the lid. This altogether translates into a strong base that remains fairly lightweight at 3.23 pounds (1.47kg). The laptop has undergone MIL-STD 810G durability testing to ensure it can withstand a harsher environment than most regular laptops. Some models will come with an aluminum lid — it seems to depend on which display you choose — but rest assured even the PPS lid’s flex remains well below alarming levels.

The ThinkPad keyboard with cupped keys and deep 1.8mm travel feels as good to use as ever. It has a three-stage white backlight with good contrast against the black keys, dedicated navigation keys for easier productivity, and dedicated communication keys for quicker calls. The TrackPoint system is still here, with red pointer and physical mouse keys about the touchpad.

Dual 2W speakers with Dolby Audio tuning reside between the keyboard and display. The grille covering them runs from hinge to hinge, incorporating also the power button. The grille looks a bit cheap because it’s a separate piece, but it’s tacked down well and sits flush. Audio quality is excellent. Listening to music while I work is enjoyable, and video and voice calls come through clearly. There could be more bass like most Ultrabook speakers, but you can go quite loud without distortion.

The 50Wh battery impressed with more than 10 hours of life in PCMark 10’s Modern Office rundown test. This was with Windows 10’s “Better performance” power setting and screen brightness set at about 75% (or 290 nits). Real-world results will vary, but you should still expect to be able to push the laptop to about eight hours of life if you’re without an AC adapter. The battery charges very fast, getting back to 100% in just more than an hour.

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2): What I don’t like

One of the most noticeable design choices here is the thick plastic bezel around the 16:9 display. The aesthetic is outdated for a laptop released in 2021. Lenovo still hasn’t made the jump to a taller 16:10 aspect ratio for its T-series ThinkPads, but I would bet that it’s coming in the next T14 generation. At least there’s lots of room above the screen to fit an HD and IR camera combination with privacy shutter. You will have to pay extra if you want anything more than the HD camera, but it’s a great investment if you want the added security over the fingerprint reader. I would like to see 1080p become standard at this price point, but the 720p camera does a good enough job for video conferencing.

The display, ignoring the thick bezel, does look good. I tested 99% sRGB, 75% AdobeRGB, and 75% DCI-P3 color reproduction with my SpyderX Pro colorimeter, as well as 388 nits maximum brightness. That’s below the 400 nits claimed by Lenovo, but it’s still plenty when combined with the matte finish. This is the low power display option, and there are plenty of other screens available based on your preference. Resolution goes up to 4K UHD with Dolby Vision, while there’s also an FHD model with Privacy Guard. There’s no more 720p option, which is a welcome subtraction.

Another drawback I noticed during daily use is the touchpad’s loose feel. It has a slight rattle when clicked, and it doesn’t feel nearly as firm as many other laptops in this price range. The mylar surface is smooth and tracks well, but the hollow click takes some getting used to after coming from the XPS 13.

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Lenovo ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2): Competition

Lenovo’s own ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 9) is the first laptop I think of as competition for the T14 (Gen 2). It’s one of the best Windows laptops available today. The X1 Carbon also has a 14-inch chassis, but it’s notably thinner and lighter thanks to a carbon fiber and magnesium alloy build. All of its FHD displays have a 16:10 aspect ratio, low power draw, and anti-glare finish, while its UHD display offers HDR 400 and up to 500 nits brightness. The keyboard and touchpad are outstanding, you get similar port selection (though no proprietary dock connector), and there’s optional 4G LTE and 5G connectivity.

You shouldn’t buy this if.

Not much has changed with the ThinkPad T14 (Gen 2). It now has Thunderbolt 4 ports, updated 11th Gen Intel Core CPUs, and faster RAM, but otherwise the design remains unchanged. It’s a practical build that can fit in anywhere, but it also has some outdated aspects.

The 16:9 display and its thick bezel needs an upgrade, and the touchpad could also be a lot better. And when you can get the superb ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 9) — which fixes most of my complaints about the T14 (Gen 2) — for about the same price, it becomes harder to recommend the T-series workhorse.

The T14 (Gen 2) does a lot of things right, and it remains one of the most popular laptops that Lenovo offers. The build quality is excellent, the keyboard is next to none, physical and wireless connectivity options are plentiful, and the added security features make sense for anyone handling sensitive data. The battery should last somewhere around eight hours on a charge, and performance is steady with good thermals. If you don’t mind the look of the display and the rattling touchpad, this is still a top business laptop.

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gamme

Processeur: AMD Rembrandt (Zen 3) R7 PRO 6850U, AMD Renoir (Ryzen 4000 APU) R5 PRO 4650U, Intel Alder Lake-P i7-1260P, Intel Comet Lake i5-10210U, Intel Tiger Lake i5-1145G7, Intel Tiger Lake i7-1165G7Carte graphique: AMD Radeon 680M, AMD Vega 6, Intel Iris Xe G7 80EUs, Intel Iris Xe G7 96EUs, Intel UHD Graphics 620, NVIDIA GeForce MX450, NVIDIA GeForce MX550Écran: 14.00 poucesPoids: 1.32kg, 1.447kg, 1.459kg, 1.46kg, 1.47kg, 1.473kg, 1.48kg, 1.492kgPrix: 1129, 1299, 1400, 1600, 1860, 1950 euros

performances: 77%, équipement: 72%, écran: 89%, mobilité: 77%, finition: 84%, ergonomie: 91%, degré de nuisance: 89%

Lenovo ThinkPad T14-20S1S06B00

Spécifications de l’ordinateur portable

Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14-20S1S06B00Processeur: Intel Comet Lake i5-10210UCarte graphique: Intel UHD Graphics 620Écran: 14.00 pouces, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixelsPoids: 1.459kgPrix: 1299 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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88% Test du Lenovo ThinkPad T14 (i5-10210U, UHD 620, FHD) : Comet Lake n’apporte pas grand-chose | NotebookcheckThinkPad T400, T410, T420, T490. La série ThinkPad T de Lenovo a suivi la même nomenclature depuis 10 ans. Cela change avec le Lenovo ThinkPad T14, le dernier modèle de la série grand public ThinkPad pour les entreprises. Mais mis à part le nouveau nom et une petite mise à jour du processeur à l’utilité douteuse, il n’y a pas grand-chose de nouveau.

Lenovo ThinkPad T14-20UD0010GE

Spécifications de l’ordinateur portable

Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14-20UD0010GEProcesseur: AMD Renoir (Ryzen 4000 APU) R5 PRO 4650UCarte graphique: AMD Vega 6Écran: 14.00 pouces, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixelsPoids: 1.46kgPrix: 1400 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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Critiques dans des langues étrangères

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 Review: A ThinkPad for EveryoneSource: Unbox EN→FRWhile the ThinkPad T series are generally expensive—the current ThinkPad T480 is priced at almost Php 91k, the Ryzen-powered ThinkPad T14 Gen 1 makes the mainstream ThinkPad line more accessible with a sub-Php 52k price. While it does not have the brightest display and you’re stuck with one USB-C port and a rather unconventional MicroSD card reader, the ThinkPad T14 Gen 1’s Ryzen 5 PRO processor gives it great value for money when it comes to overall performance and stellar battery life. Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 11/18/2020

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 review – the Zen 2 PRO processors are making it a tempting purchaseSource: Laptop Media EN→FRNow that the new Zen 2 PRO CPUs have been released, there is a huge deal of hardware security sewn into the pure performance. We are talking about features like the AMD Memory Guard and the AMD Secure Processor, both of which greatly reduce the vulnerabilities of data leaks, by encrypting the memory, as well as providing additional security in terms of storage and processing. Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/17/2020

Lenovo ThinkPad T14. disassembly and upgrade optionsSource: Laptop Mag Soutien, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 08/17/2020

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Lenovo ThinkPad T14-20UES00H00

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Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14-20UES00H00Processeur: AMD Renoir (Ryzen 4000 APU) R5 PRO 4650UCarte graphique: AMD Vega 6Écran: 14.00 pouces, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixelsPoids: 1.473kgPrix: 1129 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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88.9% Test du Lenovo ThinkPad T14 AMD : le meilleur ordinateur portable aujourd’hui disponible ? | NotebookcheckLe ThinkPad T14 est le modèle d’entrée de gamme des coûteux ThinkPad T de Lenovo et les clients peuvent choisir entre les modèles Intel et AMD. Les APU Ryzen ont un avantage en termes de performances, mais qu’en est-il de l’efficacité et des fonctionnalités ?

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen2-20W1S00000

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Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen2-20W1S00000Processeur: Intel Tiger Lake i7-1165G7Carte graphique: NVIDIA GeForce MX450 2048 MoÉcran: 14.00 pouces, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixelsPoids: 1.48kgPrix: 1400 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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88.1% Test du Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 : les avantages habituels d’Intel Tiger Lake | NotebookcheckUne fois de plus, Lenovo se “contente” de mettre à jour sa série T avec un nouveau CPU. Cependant, le Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 bénéficie d’une mise à jour du CPU plus prometteuse. Après tout, Tiger Lake est une mise à jour beaucoup plus importante que les CPU de dernière génération. Toutefois, le nouvel ordinateur portable ThinkPad n’est pas entièrement exempt de défauts.

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G2-20W00027US

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Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G2-20W00027USProcesseur: Intel Tiger Lake i5-1145G7Carte graphique: Intel Iris Xe G7 80EUsÉcran: 14.00 pouces, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixelsPoids: 1.47kgPrix: 1600 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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Critiques dans des langues étrangères

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 Full Review. A Pure ThinkPad ExperienceSource: Lon.TV Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/10/2021

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 ReviewSource: Mobile Tech Review The ThinkPad runs Windows 10 Pro on Intel Core i5 and i7 11th gen Tiger Lake U series 28 watt CPUs with Iris Xe graphics and optional vPro. It’s also available with AMD Ryzen Pro 5 5650 and 7 5850 processors. The laptop is available with and without a touchscreen in Full HD and 4K resolutions and 4G LTE is optional while Wi-Fi 6E is standard. This slim and light Ultrabook isn’t as light as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 9th gen, but it makes up for it with a lower price tag, greater key travel and more ports including Ethernet. Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 06/24/2021

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3-21CF004NGE

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Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3-21CF004NGEProcesseur: AMD Rembrandt (Zen 3) R7 PRO 6850UCarte graphique: AMD Radeon 680MÉcran: 14.00 pouces, 16:10, 1920 x 1200 pixelsPoids: 1.447kgPrix: 1860 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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88.8% Test du Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3 : le PC portable professionnel meilleur avec AMD Ryzen Pro | NotebookcheckLenovo a complètement redessiné le populaire ordinateur portable d’affaires ThinkPad T14 G3 et déploie un nouveau boîtier ainsi qu’un écran 16:10, mais le clavier est une fois de plus légèrement inférieur. Le nouveau AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 6850U offre beaucoup de puissance CPU ainsi qu’un GPU intégré rapide, assurant un ordinateur portable très efficace dans l’ensemble.

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Thinkpad T14 Gen 3 ReviewSource: [link] Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/29/2022

Thinkpad T14 Gen 3 ReviewSource: [link] Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/29/2022

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Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3-21AJS00400Processeur: Intel Alder Lake-P i7-1260PCarte graphique: NVIDIA GeForce MX550 2048 MoÉcran: 14.00 pouces, 16:10, 1920 x 1200 pixelsPoids: 1.492kgPrix: 1600 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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86.4% Test du Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3 : le PC portable pro est moins bon avec Intel et Nvidia | NotebookcheckAprès avoir testé le ThinkPad T14 G3 avec le processeur AMD, nous examinons maintenant la version équipée d’un Intel Core i7-1260P et d’une carte dédiée GeForce MX550. Quelle configuration offre les meilleures performances et une plus grande autonomie ? Et le GPU GeForce vaut-il la peine d’être comparé au rapide iGPU Radeon 680M ?

Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3 21AH00HXGE

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Ordinateur portable: Lenovo ThinkPad T14 G3 21AH00HXGEProcesseur: Intel Alder Lake-P i7-1260PCarte graphique: Intel Iris Xe G7 96EUsÉcran: 14.00 pouces, 16:10, 1920 x 1200 pixelsPoids: 1.32kgPrix: 1950 eurosLiens: Lenovo Page d’accueil

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[REVIEW] Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 3. business laptop with great screenSource: Laptop Media The Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 3 is a portable machine that has the skills, power, and features to outfight and outlast its competitors. With the P-series CPU and the good display, Creator work is definitely in the picture. On top of that, Lenovo flexes its sustainability efforts, so buying one feels even better. Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 12/15/2022

How to open Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 3. disassembly and upgrade optionsSource: Laptop Media Soutien, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 11/21/2022

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Lenovo: Lenovo Group Limited est le plus important de Chine et quatrième plus grand fabricant mondial d’ordinateurs personnels. Lenovo produit des PC de bureau, portables, serveurs, ordinateurs de poche, appareils d’imagerie, et téléphones mobiles. Lenovo fournit également l’intégration de technologies de l’information et des services de soutien, et de son unité QDI offre des fabrications sous contrat. Ses sièges exécutifs sont situés en Chine et aux Etats-Unis. Il est repris à Hong Kong. Lenovo a été créé en 1984 comme spin-off de l’Académie chinoise des Sciences de l’unité des nouvelles technologies. L’entreprise a commencé comme un revendeur, du distributeur et, plus tard, CM pour les marques, dont IBM, l’entrée sur le marché chinois. En 1990, Lenovo a commencé à fabriquer son propre PC et en 1997, est devenu le leader du marché en Chine. En 2004, Lenovo a racheté IBM PC bussiness pour 1.25 milliards. La part de marché en ce qui concerne les ventes d’ordinateurs personnels en 2007 (études de marché IDC): HP 18,9%, Dell de 16,4%, 9,9% d’Acer, Lenovo à 7,5%, Apple 5,7%.

Ces cartes devraient être capables de faire tourner tout les jeux d’aujourd’hui, mais la plupart d’entre eux uniquement en détails moyens ou faibles et avec des résolution basses. Les plus vieux jeux ou les jeux moins gourmands restent jouables avec de beaux graphismes.

Intel UHD Graphics 620:

GPU intégré (GT2, 24 unités de calcul) que l’on trouve sur certains processeurs Kaby Lake Refresh (série ULV 15 W). Techniquement identique à la carte graphique Kaby Lake précédente, la HD Graphics 620.

Carte graphique intégrée de la série d’APU Ryzen, basée sur l’architecture Vega et possédant 6 unités de calcul (384 nuanceurs) et une fréquence montant à 1 500 MHz.

Gimped GeForce GTX 1650 (Turing TU117) basé sur un GPU d’entrée de gamme avec une mémoire graphique GDDR5 ou GDDR6. Disponible en 4 variantes différentes, où le LP = version basse puissance avec 12 Watt TGP est le plus lent.

Intel Iris Xe G7 80EUs:

Carte graphique intégrée dans les SoCs Intel Tiger Lake G7 basés sur la nouvelle architecture Gen. 12 avec 80 EUs (Execution Units / Shader Cluster). La fréquence d’horloge dépend du modèle de processeur. Les puces Tiger Lake sont produites dans le processus moderne 10nm chez Intel.

Carte graphique dédiée d’entrée de gamme basée sur le TU117 avec mémoire GDDR6.

Intel Iris Xe G7 96EUs:

Carte graphique intégrée dans les SoCs Intel Tiger Lake G4 basés sur la nouvelle architecture Gen. 12 avec 96 EUs (Execution Units / Shader Cluster). La fréquence d’horloge dépend du modèle de processeur. Les puces Tiger Lake sont produites dans le processus moderne 10nm chez Intel.

Processeur Comet Lake quadricœur basse consommation (techniquement identique à Whiskey Lake et toujours produit en 14 nm). Les cœurs peuvent monter entre 1,6 et 4,2 GHz (3,9 GHz avec les 4 cœurs), avec Hyperthreading (8 threads). Le contrôleur mémoire intégré prend en charge le DDR4-2666 et en utilisant le cTDP à la hausse ou à la baisse, les performances peuvent être ajustées par le fabricant (15 W par défaut, 10 à 25 W possibles). Par rapport au i5-10510U plus puissant, le cache de niveau 3 a été réduit de 8 à 6 Mo.

AMD Renoir (Ryzen 4000 APU):

R5 PRO 4650U: APU mobile Hexa-Core utilisant six cœurs Zen 2 cadencés à 2,1 à 4 GHz et une carte graphique Vega avec 6 CUs cadencés à 1500 MHz. La version PRO de Renoir offre des fonctions de sécurité et de gestion supplémentaires.

Processeur quadricœur à faible puissance basé sur Tiger Lake pour les ordinateurs portables minces et légers. Les quatre cœurs tournent autour de 2,8. 4,7 GHz. Produit en 10nm chez Intel.

Processeur quadricœur à faible consommation basé sur Tiger Lake pour les ordinateurs portables fins et légers. Fabriqué en 10nm chez Intel.

APU mobile octa-core utilisant des cœurs Zen 3 cadencés de 2,7 à 4,7 GHz et une carte graphique RDNA2 avec 12 CU cadencées jusqu’à 2 200 MHz. Le TDP est spécifié entre 15 et 28 Watts. Le Ryzen 7 PRO 6850U est la version professionnelle du R7 6800U grand public avec des fonctions de gestion supplémentaires et le processeur Microsoft Pluton Security.

Un processeur de la famille Alder Lake de milieu de gamme supérieur comprenant 4 cœurs de performance et 8 cœurs efficaces. Ce SoC de 28 W est conçu pour être utilisé dans des ordinateurs portables ultra-légers. Les cœurs de performance du Core i7-1260P sont compatibles avec l’Hyper-Threading pour un total de 16 threads. Ce processeur de 12e génération fonctionne de 1,5 GHz à 4,7 GHz et prend en charge les fonctions vPro du niveau “Essentials”. Enfin, le Core i7-1260P est doté d’un GPU Iris Xe 96 EU intégré, ce qui n’est pas sans rappeler certaines pièces de la 11e génération Tiger Lake-UP3.

Pour en savoir un peu plus sur la finesse des pixels à l’écran, jetez un coup d’œil à notre liste des DPI (PPP, points par pouce).

Les tablettes de très grandes dimensions, les ultraportables, les ultrabooks et les convertibles de 11 à 13 pouces affichent habituellement ce poids sur la balance.

88.04%: Voici une bonne note au dessus de la moyenne. Mais vous ne devez pas oublier qu’il y a de 10 à 15% de portables avec de meilleures notes.

Plus d’informations sont à trouver dans notre guide d’achat pour les ordinateurs portables.

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LEN20S00055PH Lenovo T14 Gen1 | Core i5 | 20S00055PH | 3 Years Premier SupportProcessor Intel Core i5-10210U (4C / 8T, 1.6 / 4.2GHz, 6MB)Display 14″ FHD (1920×1080) IPS 250nits Anti-glareCache 6MB CacheMemory 8GB Soldered DDR4-2666Storage 512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Opal2Optical Drive NoOperating System Windows 10 PROGraphics Integrated Intel UHD GraphicsCommuncations Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201, Wi-Fi 2×2 802.11ax Bluetooth 5.0Audio “HD Audio, Realtek ALC3287 codec / Dolby Audio speaker system, 2W x 2 /optional dual array far-field microphone, headphone / microphone combo jack”Pointing Device TrackPoint pointing device and buttonless Mylar surface multi-touch touchpadPorts “Two USB 3.2 Gen 1 (one Always On),one USB 3.2 Type-C Gen 1 (with the function of Power Delivery and DisplayPort),one USB 3.2 Type-C Gen 2 / Thunderbolt 3 (with the function of PD and DP),HDMI 1.4b, Ethernet (RJ-45), nano-SIM card slot (WWAN models),headphone / microphone combo jack, optional Smart card reader,microSD card reader, side docking connector, security keyhole Depending on many factors, actual data transfer speed may be lower than theoretical speed”Warranty Three (3) years Premier SupportBattery 3CELL_50WHWeight 1.53KGHeight 17.9mmWidth 329mmDepth 227mm0B95518 Carrying Case

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