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Jun 26. 2019
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Lenovo’s latest additions to its ThinkPad portfolio of Windows 10 laptops – the T495, T495s and X395 – boast AMD Ryzen 7 PRO Mobile Processors up to the second generation and Radeon Vega graphics.

With a battery life of up to four hours on a single charge and performance boosted by up to 18 per cent compared to benchmarks of the prior generation, the new T and X series offers feature upgrades without compromises in hardware security or manage-ability.

“These new series mark the first time AMD benefits are inside our thin and light T, Ts and X laptops,” says Worrathep Chakravalvibul of Lenovo Thailand. 

“With these ultra-mobile systems, users will experience premium, first-class computing.”

 As workspaces evolve, endusers want smarter, more secure devices that provide features and benefits that are core to what makes a laptop central to their everyday lives. 

Whether on the job or on the go, the ThinkPad T495 (14-inch, starting at Bt26,950) is designed to boost productivity, enhance multimedia and improve energy efficiency. Radeon FreeSync technology ensures gorgeous pixel quality and a fluid frame-refresh rate, virtually free of screen stutters.

 

New to the AMD series, the 14-inch Full HD (1920x1080) display at 400 nits makes text and icons easier to see in dim surroundings even at a lower power setting than other PCs its size. 

Group calls can often be laden with issues such as poor audio, garbled voices and distracting background noise. To reduce frustration, ThinkPad’s dual farfield microphones on AMD models are improved for 360-degree reception to enhance VoIP conferencing performance, especially for participants in noisy environments.

The X395 (13-inch, starting at Bt39,190) promises greater peace of mind with just a slide of the ThinkShutter. The all-in-one integrated camera security-cover that physically protects users from the view of malicious webcam snoops. 

For an extra layer of security, the company has also integrated an optional ePrivacy filter, the ThinkPad PrivacyGuard on both the T495s and X395, aimed at shielding screen content from unwanted side glances from prying onlookers. 

Users wanting an early warning if someone might be “shoulder surfing” only need to wait a few months for the added ThinkPad PrivacyAlert5 feature that automatically enables the PrivacyGuard. 

The T495s (14-inch, starting at Bt26,950) is protected by one of the most comprehensive end-to-end security platforms on the market, Lenovo ThinkShield. 

Data and device loss or identity theft can happen at any time, costing companies millions in recovery. ThinkShield has enterprise-level CTOs covered during their product’s entire life-cycle, from development and supplychain to essential updates.

Visit www.Lenovo.com/think.

 

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