Lenovo’s commitment to environmental sustainability is the backbone of the lenovo trade in Program. By offering fair value for your dated tech, we can extend the life of some technology devices and help place them in the hands of those in need, or work to responsibly dispose of them.
The benefit is two-fold: help the Earth and help the customer. Lenovo sources hundreds of new and modern tech devices – that’s right, not just laptops and PCs. If you’ve got a tech device you’re looking to upgrade (such as a smartphone, tablet, gaming console, or monitor) chances are you’ll find the latest and greatest version of it at Lenovo.
So, trade electronics with Lenovo today, and get some cash back that you can use towards the modern tech your heart desires – all while helping the Earth out a bit while you’re at it.
Laptop trade in
Of course, Lenovo has long been known for the quality, reliability, and innovation found in our laptops and PCs. With a profound emphasis being placed on quality in the construction of our tools over the last several decades, you won’t often have to trade in your trusty old ThinkPad, but inevitably, new technologies come along to replace the old. But our laptop exchange program isn’t reserved for Lenovo models only, you can also trade in laptops from several well-recognized PC manufacturers for a Virtual Visa Reward1.
Desktop trade in
What we once considered the traditional desktop has evolved immensely over the last decade. Large, brick-shaped tower PCs are still produced with regularity, but more often it’s the adaptable models like Lenovo Yoga, attractive and space-saving all in ones, and ultra-compact towers that draw the eyes of modern PC users. So, if you’re looking to free up space and add a sharp bit of new aesthetic to your workspace, Lenovo is offering Virtual Visa® Reward1 in return for your old desktop, and plenty of modern replacement options to spend it on.
Lenovo markets the new ThinkBook 16p as a business laptop or a “powerful creative tool”, and it packs an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 laptop GPU and a strong AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX as well as 32 GB of RAM into the rather thin case. As a result, the ThinkBook series also makes a serious venture into the gaming segment.
Nevertheless, it’s noticeable in some aspects that the ThinkBook doesn’t have to or want to be a gaming device. This is because the display only offers a refresh rate of 60 Hz and uses the 16:10 resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. This is good for creatives – less good for gamers. In addition, the TGP of the RTX 3060 is only 75 watts including Dynamic Boost, which is why the GPU performs somewhat below average. In return, the laptop never gets too hot or too loud, and the battery life is also impressive.