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ThinkPad Models Series [exclude numbered] [include numbered]

This page offers information about the various models published throughout the history of ThinkPad computers.
You can also read about the origin of the ThinkPad brand.
If you need more specific information about a precise model, try to find it within the Hardware Specifications.

If your ThinkPad model series is not listed here yet, please read Adding a new ThinkPad series or category to ThinkWiki.

The following is a list of models from various series of ThinkPad computers:

Current Series

  • ThinkPad 11e: Small and compact low-end laptops for the education environment, supersedes the X1xx series.
  • ThinkPad A (AMD): Portable high-end laptops with an AMD SoC, generally a T or an X series with AMD hardware.
  • ThinkPad E: Very affordable re-branded mid-end IdeaPads with a TrackPoint and an UltraNav, supersedes the SLx00 series.
  • ThinkPad L: Portable mid-end laptops for business trips and programming, supersedes the SLx10 series.
  • ThinkPad P: High-end mobile workstations for content creation and digital audio mixing. Supersedes the entire W series.
  • ThinkPad T: Portable high-end laptops for business trips and programming, supersedes the entire 6xx series.
  • ThinkPad X: Ultraportable and ultracompact high-end laptops for frequent travels, supersedes the entire 5xx series.
  • ThinkPad Yoga: 2-in-1 convertibles with hinges that can be folded up to 360 degrees, indirectly supersedes the X2xx Tablet series.

Withdrawn Series

  • ThinkPad 13: Thin and light mid-end laptops for the education environment, supersedes the E3x0 series.
  • ThinkPad A: Heavy and unwieldy, high-end three-spindle mobile workstations for CAD and digital art. Supersedes the entire 7xx series.
  • ThinkPad G: Ludicrously heavy and thick, low-end three-spindle desktop replacements for web browsing.
  • ThinkPad R: Heavy and compact, mid-end laptops for business trips and programming. Supersedes the entire i Series.
  • ThinkPad S: Very portable and compact mid-end laptops for very frequent travels, supersedes the entire 2xx series.
  • ThinkPad SL: Portable low-end laptops for business trips and programming, supersedes the entire R series.
  • ThinkPad W: High-end mobile workstations for CAD and digital art, supersedes the entire Txxp series.
  • ThinkPad Z: Heavy and compact, mid-end laptops for watching movies and multimedia-related tasks.
  • ThinkPad 1xx: This series only had 1 model, which was a re-branded i Series 1300 that was only released in Japan.
  • ThinkPad 2xx: Extremely portable and compact mid-end laptops for very frequent travelers.
  • ThinkPad 3xx: Heavy and compact, mid-end laptops offered as a low budget alternative for the 7xx series.
  • ThinkPad 5xx: Ultraportable and compact high-end laptops for frequent travelers.
  • ThinkPad 6xx: Portable and light, high-end laptops for business trips and programming.
  • ThinkPad 7xx: Very heavy but compact, high-end mobile workstations for CAD and digital art.
  • ThinkPad 8xx: Very heavy but very compact, high-end PReP-compliant laptops for generally running PowerPC-only software.
  • ThinkPad i Series: Very affordable low-end laptops cobbled up together with Acer's hardware and IBM's design, creating TravelMates with a TrackPoint.
  • ThinkPad TransNote: Special early X series model modified to scan images from a digital notepad, it only has 1 model in its line-up.
  • Palm Top PC110: Ludicrously tiny and light mid-end laptop for extremely frequent travelling and writing shopping notes.
  • ThinkPad Twist: Thin and light, low-end ultraportable 2-in-1 convertible. Supersedes the X2xx Tablet series as a branch-off.
  • ThinkPad Helix: Thin and compact, mid-end detachable ultraportable 2-in-1 convertible. Indirectly supersedes the X2xx Tablet series as a branch-off.
  • Lenovo 3000: Not a ThinkPad, but Lenovo's IdeaPad and IdeaCentre predecessor.

The subcategories below are collections of all information regarding specific models of ThinkPads.