How to locate your LENOVO Serial Number

If you own a Lenovo product, you might need to find your Lenovo serial number for a number of reasons. If you go to the Lenovo website, it will ask you for the serial number in order to show you the specifications of your system or the warranty status of your product. If you phone Lenovo, they may ask you for the serial number to confirm a number of things such as Warranty, Specifications, etc.

Lenovo has a wide range of products and all of them have serial numbers on it. Following is the list of Lenovo products and possible places where you look for the serial number. You will find most serial numbers in the format similar to S/N 12-34XXX.


Look for the serial number at the bottom of your ThinkPad machine or beneath the battery.


ThinkCentre/ ThinkStation/ ThinkServer

Look for the serial number at the side or back of your machine.


IdeaPad and Lenovo notebooks

Look for the serial number at the back of your machine.


IdeaCentre and Lenovo desktops/ all-in-ones

Look for the serial number at the rear chassis of the machine.



Usually, Smartphones and tablets do not have a serial number on visible parts. To find serial number tap Settings (System settings) > System (All settings) > System > About phone. Tap Status and you will see the IMEI and serial number of your phone


To find the serial number, tap Settings (System settings) > System (All settings) > System > About tablet. Tap Status, and you will see the serial number of your tablet.


For ThinkVision monitors, look for the serial number at the left edge of the monitor bezel.

For Lenovo monitors (not ThinkVision), look for the serial number on the rear cover.


System X

The serial number of System X high-end systems can be located at different places depending on the model. Looking in the system BIOS is the easiest way to find the Lenovo System X serial number.


Lookup Serial Number via Command Prompt

If you are using a Windows-based machine, you can find the serial number with a simple command.

  1. Hold the Windows Key and Press R. In the run dialog, type cmd and click OK to open the command prompt.
  2. In the command prompt window, type wmic bios get serialnumber and press Enter.2016-03-20_155045
  3. Your Lenovo product serial number will be shown on the screen.

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