Go retro with our anniversary edition
Go retro with our anniversary edition
What in the tech was 1992?
The tech landscape was a different place, then for sure. The web celebrated its first birthday. AOL dominated as an ISP. There was no Google. No Yahoo. Mobile phones, at least the lightweight smartphones we currently enjoy, had yet to be invented. Bluetooth and wireless were yet to even be dreamed of. Social media didn’t exist. Floppy disks were on every techie’s wish list. PCs cost several thousand dollars, and the functionality to multitask programs, run background processes, and automatically manage memory didn't exist. Different, indeed.
More than 100 million sold
The ThinkPad has come a long way since 1992. It's been to the top of Mount Everest and to the depths of the ocean. Scientists used the ThinkPad to study biodiversity in the canopies of rain forests. It traveled the entire length of the Blue Nile and the Nile River, on the first expedition to such. NASA enthusiastically embraced the ThinkPad, on both the International Space Station and the Mir space station. And thanks to the Butterfly design of an early model, ThinkPad is even part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. It's no small wonder, then, that we’ve sold more than 100 million of these amazing devices, and ThinkPad is the world’s #1 business laptop of all time!*
* Represents ThinkPad unit sales. Statement based on product brand level worldwide total unit sales for business laptops from 1992 to Q4 CY2016.
The art of convenience
In the 5th century, Japan's farmers and hunters packed lunches in boxes, which were derived from a farmer's seed box. The term bento was coined from a Southern Song Dynasty slang term for convenient. Bento spread throughout Asia, and the box itself evolved into a work of art. While typically made of lacquered wood or woven baskets, in 1912 the aluminum bento box emerged and became symbolic of luxury. Perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that the original 1992 ThinkPad was inspired by the beautifully crafted Japanese bento box.
Best of both worlds
The ThinkPad 25 retains several key aesthetics from the original model, such as the 7-row classic keyboard (now with backlighting) and the blue Enter key with blue accents on the sub-keys. A special edition ThinkPad 25 logo completes the retro look, along with special packaging. These throwbacks to yesteryear are fueled by some of the best contemporary technology specs like 7th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor, Windows 10 Pro, and NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics. Dolby® Audio™ Premium boosts the sound quality, while the 14” touchscreen display features FHD—so you can enjoy all activities, whether for work or play. What’s more, you can stay unplugged for up to 18 hours.Show MoreLess
Description Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Processor 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-7500u Operating SystemWindows 10 Pro Graphics NVIDIA® GeForce® 940MX-2 GB GDDR5 Webcam / Microphone720p HD webcam CameraIR Camera Memory16 GB DDR4 Storage512 GB PCIe SSD Audio
- Stereo speakers with Dolby® Audio™ Premium
- Dual-array (noise-cancelling) microphones
Battery48 Whr **up to 13.9 hours of battery life** Based on testing with MobileMark 2014. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage, & other factors. Display14" FHD antiglare with touch (1920 x 1080) Dimensions (W x D x H)
- 336.6 mm x 232.5 mm x 19.95 mm
- 13.25" x 9.15" x .79"
Weight3.48 lbs / 1.6 kg WLAN
- WiFi 802.11 ac 2x2
- Bluetooth® 4.2
WWAN Sierra Wireless EM7455 Security
- Match-on-Chip Touch fingerprint reader
- Windows Hello with facial recognition
- 3 x USB 3.0
- USB-C with Intel Thunderbolt™ 3
- 3.5 mm Combo Audio Jack
- RJ45 Gigabit LAN
- Mechanical docking
- 4-in-1 Card Reader (SD, MMC,SDHC, SDXC)
- 7-row classic keyboard (now with backlighting)
- Blue Enter key with blue accents on sub-keys
- Special edition ThinkPad 25 logo
- Special ThinkPad 25 packaging
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