Lenovo has just launched two new laptops in the market. Dubbed as ThinkPad A275 and ThinkPad A475, the company is touting the devices to be the first business laptops for the company to be powered by AMD Pro processors for multitasking power and hardware-level security.
Commenting on the launch, Jerry Paradise, Executive Director, Lenovo Commercial Portfolio and Product Management said, "For 25 years, the ThinkPad brand has been defined by simplicity, function, and reliability. And as the digital transformation advances with exponential speed, Lenovo maintains a relentless quest for perfection and delivering customer choice."
In addition to featuring the seventh-generation AMD Pro A12 processors, the two Lenovo portable laptops also come with Radeon R7-class graphics. The two laptops support 16 GB of DDR4 memory as well. Storage options include up to 512GB NVMe M2 SSD or 1TB HDD for both the PCs.
Connectivity options include LTE-A mobile broadband, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, one USB Type-C connector, an HDMI output, a Gigabit Ethernet jack, a card reader, and a headphone port. The company claims that the new ThinkPad A275 and A475 can deliver more than ten hours of battery life.
The main difference that you will find between ThinkPad A275 and ThinkPad A475 is when it comes to the display size. ThinkPad A275 sports a12.5-inch display where as ThinkPad A475 comes with a 14-inch display. The base model will come with 1600x900 pixels TN panel, but buyers can also choose up to full-HD (1920x1080 pixels) IPS displays with or without touch option.
In terms of portability, the A275-series weighs in at 1.3kg while the A475 weighs in at 1.6kg. These laptops also come with the option for fingerprint reader and are compatible with Windows Hello bio-authentication.
However, these are not only products that Lenovo has launched. The company also announced new laptops in ThinkCentre series which include ThinkCentre M715 Tower and Small Form Factor (SFF) models. The M715 series is equipped with AMD Pro or Ryzen Pro processors as well for intensive tasks such as multimedia creation, graphic design, and number-crunching.
Paradise noted, "With the launch of the new ThinkPad A series and ThinkCentre M715 we have combined the uncompromising versatility of Think products with the multitasking power and hardware-level security of AMD PRO to meet the ever-evolving needs of our enterprise customers."
The ThinkPad A275 is priced at $869 (approximately Rs. 55,430) and this model will go on sale starting October, while the A475 is priced at $849 (approximately Rs. 54,154) and this model will go on sale later this month.