Lenovo has announced the launch of a limited edition model to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its ThinkPad lineup. The ThinkPad Anniversary Edition 25 is the limited edition model from the company.
The original ThinkPad 700C was announced back on October 5, 1992 and the latest one with contemporary specs is the ThinkPad T470. Ever since the ThinkPad series was launched, over 130 million units of the laptops were sold. The major highlight of the Lenovo ThinkPad series is these laptops are enterprise-centric devices. This limited edition model is priced at $1,899 and will be available only in select countries. This limited edition model is a retro special edition one that takes a lot of the design cues from the original model mentioned above.
In terms of design, the ThinkPad Anniversary Edition 25 or ThinkPad Retro features a seven-row keyboard with standard keys, a classic blue Enter key, dedicated volume buttons and status LED lights, a multi-colored ThinkPad logo and a special Anniversary Edition branding as well. There are four different TrackPoint caps including one that is pre-loaded. In addition to these, there is a fingerprint sensor to log in securely into Windows 10 with Windows Hello.
On the specs front, the limited edition Lenovo laptop features almost similar specs as the ThinkPad T470. There is an Intel Core i7-7500 processor coupled with 1GB RAM, 512GB SSD and Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics unit. There is a 14-inch full HD touchscreen display on board. The connectivity aspects include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, Thunderbolt 3 port, dual microphones, and stereo speakers.