Lenovo ThinkPads are some of the most popular laptops on the market.
The company is making them even more popular with a new ThinkPad T430 laptop, which will cost $799.
The ThinkPad has long been one of the more affordable laptops on a budget, with the company offering entry-level prices as low as $1,299.
Lenovo’s new T430 features a dual-core Intel Core i7-3770K CPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage, along with Intel HD Graphics 620 and Intel HD 4000 graphics chips.
The laptop will also feature the same NVIDIA Quadro K2000 graphics chip as the T430, and a 3,000mAh battery.
Lenovo announced the new ThinkPad in October and has already begun shipping the new T530 laptop.
The T430 will be available later this month for $999, and the T530 will be priced at $1.749.
The Lenovo T430 is not the only ThinkPad model getting the refresh.
The next-generation ThinkPad is also getting a refresh.
That model is coming later this year, and its price tag is $1 (or $499) more than the T420, according to Lenovo.
Lenovo plans to release the ThinkPad X250 in December for $1 less than the ThinkPAD T430.
Lenovo hasn’t announced a release date for the ThinkX250, but the company has been shipping laptops in China and other Asian markets since 2015.
Lenovo is also releasing a version of the Thinkpad T430 with a Core i5-3210M CPU and 8GB RAM.
The model will be $999.
Lenovo will be releasing its ThinkPad K550 and T550 laptops in January, and Lenovo plans on releasing the ThinkServer X300, ThinkServer C550, and ThinkServer S550 laptops later this quarter.
Lenovo also recently announced the ThinkBook G530, which is designed to compete with the iPad Air 2.
The new Thinkpad X500, a 13-inch laptop with a 1TB hard drive, will be announced later this spring.
The first ThinkPad laptops will be released next year, starting with the T440, which starts at $899.