New ThinkPads From Lenovo

POSTED BY David Allen IN Laptops ON 16 Jul 2012

The prolific computer maker Lenovo has launched a pair new laptops under the ThinkPad brand they are the 14 inch E435 and the 15.6 inch E535. Both of these designs have very similar specs to start off with, such as AMD Trinity processors, Radeon graphics and RapidBoot for fast starting from the off, it is only the screen size that separates these two laptops from each. However, it is the options and upgrades that will eventually separate these two interesting machines from each other and of course, this will directly affect the final price tag too.

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These new ThinkPad Edge laptops come in either the 14 inch or the 15.6 inch version with LCD high definition LED back light without gloss in Midnight Black with a 1366 x 768 of pixel resolutions and there is a built in web camera as well. There is also a bit of a choice of when it comes the CPU’s from the AMD A6-4400M, APU A8-4500M up to the A6-4400M APU with up to 2.7 GHz to 3.2 GHz clock speed and 1MB L2. There is also a choice between the integrated AMD Radeon HD 7520G graphics card or the buyer can for the stand alone AMD Radeon HD 7470M graphics card, it’s a matter of personal preference really.

 Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E435 and E535 AMD Trinity 4 New ThinkPads From Lenovo

The internal memory starts at 2 GB but can go up to 8 GB of PC3-12800 DDR3 if required and the same goes for storage, this starts at a low 320 GB but can go up to the 1 TB hard disk drive (HDD) with 5400 rpm and there is the DVD Super Multi drive too. Other features include the ThinkPad IEEE 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN 1×1 (compliant Wi-Fi) Ethernet, Bluetooth, multi card reader, Dolby Advance Audio v2 sound system, fingerprint reader for security, three fast USB 3.0 ports, standard USB 2.0 port, the HDMI & VGA out, a 6 cell Li-Ion battery (48Wh) and it is running the Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit version operating system.

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Both of these models are already on sale in Japan, where the starting price is only from $570, but with so many options to choose from it unlikely that the final price is going end up that low!

Source [PC Launches]

 

 

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