Lenovo has unveiled a range of notebooks specifically for small and medium-sized enterprises.
The new SL series of ThinkPads also adds a range of software and services designed to help make life easier for smaller businesses.
The first three notebooks in the range, the SL300, SL400 and SL500, feature built-in high speed mobile broadband connectivity and an optional Blu-ray player, and come in a black glossy cover.
Lenovo has included software that helps with everything from data recovery to simplifying internet connections, plus a new optional service package featuring online data backup and on-site warranty repair.
The new notebooks also give users the option of signing up to Lenovo's ThinkPlus Secure Business programme.
The programme offers an on-site next-day business warranty upgrade, as well as ThinkPad protection which provides repairs or replacement in the event of liquid spills, drops or electrical surges.
Online data backup to a secure off-site storage site is also provided. ThinkPlus Secure Business is available for one or three years.
Lenovo's Care Tools are also included which guide users through common connectivity, security and backup issues.
The initial trio of ThinkPad SL series notebooks are expected to start at around £650 excluding VAT and are available immediately through Lenovo Business Partners and directly from Lenovo's site.
Dell launched a similar platform with its Vostro range almost a year ago.
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