Lenovo leads the industry in products built specifically to meet the challenges of teaching and learning in the digital age. The ThinkPad 11e was designed to drive stronger student outcomes while helping teachers and administrators find more modern, efficient ways to educate, engage, and collaborate. From military-grade durability to unique classroom management tools, the ThinkPad 11e was built for education from the ground up.
Built for the challenges of the digital district, Lenovo devices deliver rugged reliability and anywhere education-built productivity. The ThinkPad 11e Chromebook™ extends classroom productivity and manageability even further, with its cloud-based OS providing quick and easy access to hundreds of educational tools and resources. Students get state-of-the-art computing without sacrificing IT manageability or classroom control. Learn more about how Chrome OS™ supercharges the ThinkPad 11e:
Technology-focused teaching and learning strategies like 1:1 computing focus on carefully matching student strengths and skills with the right curriculum resources and support. Ultimately, this approach requires flexibility and innovation – two great reasons to choose the ThinkPad Yoga™ Ultrabook™. Students and teachers get better mobile productivity powered by four distinct computing modes.
Whether it is student computing aimed at collaboration and creation or critical back-end learning measurement and management tasks, the ThinkPad L Series delivers student/teacher mobility that doesn’t sacrifice productivity or value. Powered by Intel processors with full-strength storage, memory, and video infrastructure, the L Series was designed to multiply your mobility while you spend fewer dollars.
The ThinkPad 10 is bringing productivity and manageability into the classroom to both teachers and IT. Students can tackle assignments with the ThinkPad 10 which combines fantastic tablet mobility and the Intel and Windows tools, applications, and resources everybody needs to get more done in more places. Add Lenovo accessories to drive four distinct computing modes.