One of the major downsides of buying a Windows PC is the unwanted software and apps, or bloatware as it’s more commonly referred to. Microsoft left this usual trend with the Surface 2-in-1 devices, being manufactured by the same company that makes Windows there is no need to add weird software to the operating systems.
Lenovo is planning on launching a range of new ThinkPads near the time that CES is happening, but as the headline reads – Lenovo won’t be adding bloatware or any unwanted software them at all, these will ship with the purest version of Windows 10.
Any changes inside?
It isn’t just the software which isn’t being added, Lenovo have made some serious upgrades to the hardware of the new ThinkPads. All the models will come with the brand new 7th Generation of Intel Core processors. Also all models will come with Microsoft’s highly praised Precision TouchPad technology, giving a Mac like feel to the trackpad.
When are these launching?
The new ThinkPad models are expected to launch around the time of CES next year, then to go on sale in March of 2017. The top-spec ThinkPad Yoga 370 2-in-1 and has a large 13.3-inch screen, 10 hour battery life and Thunderbolt 3.
The top spec version will cost $1,264