Lenovo has officially expanded its Thinkpad laptops with the launch of ThinkPad A275 and A475 laptops. The primary selling point of these laptops is that they come powered by seventh-generation AMD Pro processors, noted The Verge. The latest line-up is primarily targeted towards the business sector. The device will release in the US in October.

Both the laptops are pretty identical when it comes to its design. The only major differences lie in terms of its display size. ThinkPad A275 laptop features a 12.5-inch display with 1,600 x 900 pixels resolution. At the same time, ThinkPad A475 features a 14-inch display with 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resolution and IPS technology.

The company has provided both, with and without touch options. A275 weighs around 1.3kg, while A475 weighs around 1.6kg.

Both the laptops have the latest AMD Pro A12 processors onboard, further complimented by Radeon R7 for graphics. Storage wise, both the products offer identical amounts16GB of DDR4 RAM along with 512 NVMe M2 SSD, which is further expandable up to 1TB HDD. The fingerprint scanning feature is located on the right-hand side laptop. Both come compatible with Windows Hello bio-authentication software.

Connectivity and battery

Lenovo has extended support for basic connectivity options on both the laptops. It includes Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, LTE-A mobile broadband, Bluetooth 4.1, one USB Type-C port, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a singular HDMI output, a 3.5mm headphone jack, one Gigabit Ethernet jack and a card reader.

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The products battery life extends up to 10 hours on single charge. The company also introduced something called as the Think Centre M715 Tower and Small Form Factor (SFF) models. They come pre-installed in both the laptops. According to a report by Gadgets 360, they will enhance the motherboard’s performance. Users will find it easy to carry out activities like graphic designing, multimedia creations and number-crunching with the addition of this software.

What the company has to say?

Lenovo’s ThinkPad brand has been prevailing for over 25 years. It is known for its simplicity and user-friendly functionality. This makes ThinkPad even more reliable. The company has tried to keep up with rapid digital transformations of these days. “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,” said Jerry Paradise, executive director, Lenovo Commercial Portfolio and Product Management.