Lenovo ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL | 13th Gen | Intel Core i5-1335U (3.40 GHz) | 08GB DDR5 Ram | 256GB SSD | 16.0″ WUXGA | Arctic Grey | DOS | 1 Year Local Warranty | (NEW)

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Lenovo ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL

  • Gen: 13th Gen
  • Processor: Core I5-1335U
  • Ram: 08GB DDR5
  • Storage: 256GB SSD
  • Display: 16.0″ WUXGA
  • Warranty: 1 Year Local
  • Status: New

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Lenovo ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL


13th Gen


Intel Core I5-1335U ( 3.4GHz base frequency up to 4.6GHz, 12MB Cache, 10 Cores, 12 Threads )

Ram Installed

08 GB DDR5


256GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD


16.0" WUXGA (1920 x 1200), IPS, Anti-Glare, Non-Touch, 45%NTSC, 300 nits, 60Hz

Keyboard Backlit


Numeric Keyboard


Fingerprint Reader



Arctic Grey



Operating System



01 Year Local.

Lenovo ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL

Lenovo ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL Price in Pakistan


The ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL is a traditional laptop, so it’s large and thick and it bears little resemblance to the more expensive ultra-light and ultra-thin PCs. It does cut a handsome figure with its two-tone Mineral Gray laptop lid, and I feel like Lenovo has done a nice job of differentiating the ThinkBook lineup from its more premium ThinkPad- and Yoga-branded siblings, both visually and from a price-point perspective. It’s made of aluminum, mostly, with ABS plastic molding used for the bottom cover. It looks great and it feels premium. I’m also a fan of the Lenovo branding, as seen on the outside of the display lid and the right side of the keyboard deck.


The ThinkBook 16 G6 IRL can be had with any 16-inch display panel as long as it’s WUXGA (1920 x 1200) with a too-wide 16:10aspect ratio Curiously, there are four display choices within those confines: A 300-nit IPS panel with no multitouch, a 300-nit IPS panel with 100 percent sRGB gamut coverage and no multitouch, and a 300-nit multitouch IPS panel. The review unit doesn’t support multitouch, but it’s not clear which of the panels I’m using. I find it bright enough for indoor work, where this PC belongs, but it would get washed out if you tried to use it outdoors.

Keyboard, touchpad, and fingerprint reader

Lenovo’s keyboards are widely lauded by fans for being the best in the business, but I don’t feel that that’s been the case for years: Companies like HP, Dell, and even Microsoft offer superior typing experiences, thanks to their tighter and shorter key throws. But whatever you think of Lenovo’s keyboards, the ThinkBook 15 will prove challenging for many, like myself, who like to keep their hands on the keyboard and their eyes on the screen.



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