With an aim to target Indian Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs)and enterprises, Lenovo on Tuesday launched ThinkBook Plus. The newly launched ThinkBook Plus is a dual screen notebook built for enhancing productivity for the modern workforce, in India. It is priced at a starting price of Rs 99,990. The new gadget roll out by Lenovo, the leading laptop and PC leader, comes as it slowly transitions into an end-to-end services and solutions provider for SMBs and enterprises in India. The design innovation around ThinkBook Plus was based on customer insights and data relating to multitasking work practices.

The SMB industry in India is an extremely agile and dynamic marketplace where the IT requirements for them are ever evolving. The ThinkBook is available in an Iron Grey colour and can now be purchased at Lenovo.com and Amazon.in. It comes with an integrated Precision Pen for enhanced functionality and productivity.

All you need to know about the Lenovo ThinkBook:

  1. Featuring a 13.3-inch FHD (full high definition) main display and a 10.8-inch e-Ink display on the cover, users can sketch and take notes with the integrated Precision Pen and receive essential notifications when the lid is closed, allowing them to stay focused during meetings.
  2. The e-Ink display is made from Corning Gorilla Glass NBT, a glass solution for touch-enabled notebooks that provides enhanced scratch resistance, and reduced scratch visibility.
  3. The latest ThinkBook Plus features an innovative e-Ink cover display designed to help users become more productive when multitasking by improving focus, collaboration and creativity.
  4. This service is device and toolset agnostic, meaning whatever devices the organisation uses, Lenovo can help optimise their IT management.
  5. Similarly, the Lenovo ThinkShield is a custom solution that secures the most critical data and business technologies with comprehensive end-to-end protection, making it an ideal secure service for SMBs.

Lenovo thinks that the launch of its ThinkBook Plus notebook will further boost its growth in the Indian market. According to an International Data Corporation (IDC) report, Lenovo replaced Dell in the second position with 27.5 per cent share in the India PC market in the second quarter of this year. The company had a very good quarter mainly supported by growth in the SMB, enterprise, and consumer segments.

Ashish Sikka, Director - SMB, Lenovo India, told IANS in an interview, said, “We are very gung-ho about the India market. We have got the momentum on our side and we are very ambitious and we would like to continue building products and solutions which cater to Indian SMBs and Indian enterprises and consumers”.