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The Lenovo annual sale is blowing our minds — save up to 75% on laptops, tablets and more

Lenovo's annual sale brings savings up to 75% on laptops and tablets. (Photo: Lenovo)
Like Christmas, Lenovo's annual sale comes but once a year — score savings of up to 75% on laptops and tablets. (Photo: Lenovo)

If you need a new computer, there's no better time of year than Lenovo's annual sale to make the leap. There are huge savings, like $619 off smaller computers like the ThinkCentre M80q Tiny, or $1,200 off the ThinkPad X1 Carbon. That's as much as 75% off! What can we say? If you know, you Lenovo.

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This tablet's brilliant OLED screen displays color with more vibrancy than ever before.
$230 at Lenovo

There are great tablets on the market, but how many have OLED screens? The Tab P11 Pro Gen 2 is ideal for watching your favorite TV shows, movies and videos, or just for working on anything colorful. "The quality of this tablet can be compared with tablets that cost twice more!" one user said.

Lenovo says this laptop is easier to carry than some textbooks, and at just 3.5 pounds, we can't argue with that.
$249 at Lenovo

The ThinkPad Yoga 11e Gen 5 is designed with students in mind, balancing power and portability in a slim package. Don't think it's not for everyday use, though; this laptop can be used for creative endeavors or just for working from home (or your favorite coffee shop, thanks to its all-day battery). Just look at what one fan had to say: "Great small dual-function tablet. I use it to manage my traveling vendor events. Love being able to use the stylus for graphic work. Battery life is perfect for long days at events."

It might not look like much, but this compact desktop hides a lot of brawn within a nondescript package.
$300 at Lenovo

Lenovo says the IdeaCentre 3i doesn't "sacrifice do for design." In other words, it's not meant to be eye-catching — it's meant to perform in any situation. Its internal specs make it ideal for working from home, and its being a SFF (small form factor) unit means it can fit into even the most cluttered home office. "This is a super fast computer with all the features I need. The fact that is a small form factor makes it even better; it fits nicely right next to the monitor without seeming so imposing," one user said.

The AIO in the name stands for all in one. That's right — there's no tower needed with this computer. All the internal parts are built into the monitor.
$600 at Lenovo

If you're space-limited, then this all-in-one machine is a great choice. Packed with 8 GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a reasonably fast processor, it's ideal for day-to-day use and productivity.

One family said, "This unit was purchased as a family computer — everyone is VERY happy with it. It is fast, the touchscreen is easy on the eyes and very responsive. I have already recommended it to others."

The ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 is a powerhouse of a laptop that can compete with a Macbook Pro.
$762 at Lenovo

The ThinkPad T14 Gen 2 comes with some of the highest savings of any entry in this event. At 75% off, you're saving more than $2,000! Savings aside, this machine can be customized with your choice of screen at purchase, whether you want a standard type for normal browsing or you're looking for a 4K HDR display that will show the truest colors. "I am very happy with my purchase," said one buyer. "Very good and reliable computer. Good for coding work. Enjoying Windows 11 Pro."

This is a pint-sized computer with elephant-sized power.
$820 at Lenovo

Like the IdeaCentre 3, the ThinkCentre M80q Tiny is designed to provide functionality more than aesthetic appeal. It's a small form factor machine, but don't let that fool you — it can still handle most anything you throw at it, short of gaming.

"Super powerful computer for how small it is! I was so surprised when I opened the box and saw how small it was," one user said. "My old PC it replaced was about 20 times the size and would take half an hour to even load my emails. This one loads my emails within seconds and is able to handle all the programs I use daily. Very impressed so far."

Lenovo calls the X1 Carbon a "serious productivity enhancer." No joke.
$1,200 at Lenovo

The ThinkPad X1 Carbon sets itself apart from personal-use machines. It's aimed at small business use, and has a lot going for it in that respect. Improved cooling features mean the keys won't get hot under your fingers, and it even syncs with your smartphone to help you locate the laptop — even if it's turned off.

"The sleek touch respects the history of the Thinkpad series and defines a new standard for high end laptops, the X1 Carbon series is up to the line and sets the definition for corporate laptops," said one user.

With an RTX 3070 and a 12th-gen processor, this gaming laptop will run even Cyberpunk 2077 at high settings.
$2,000 at Lenovo

The Legion 7i is an absolute beast of a gaming laptop. Between the high end GPU, 16GB of RAM, and a processor that can reach speeds of up to 4.80GHz, it has enough punch to play the most intensive games with the best graphical settings — and with no framerate drops. That said, it's also great for intensive work; just look what one user said. "I needed a laptop for processing and editing lots of photos and the Legion 7i is working like a charm - it really hums! It's fast, has lots of RAM, and lots of disk space, which is exactly what I was looking for."

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.