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Lenovo Thinkpad A275: Business Notebook Uses AMD's Bristol Ridge

Friday, September 8th, 2017 | Gadgets

Lenovo has announced the Thinkpad A275 with 12.5-inch display diagonal and the Thinkpad A475 with 14-inch screen. The Thinkpad X270 and the Thinkpad T470 are based on this. Both business notebooks, however, rely on A12 chips of the Pro series from AMD, thus Bristol Ridge. At Lenovo, ThinkPads A-series were already many years ago, but the two new devices are the first of this model family for a very long time.

The processors combine two Excavator modules with four CPU cores with an integrated graphics unit with Graphics Core Next and use DDR4 memory. Lenovo provides the Thinkpad A275 with up to 16 GB and the Thinkpad A475 with up to 32 GB. As a mass storage, hard disks with up to 1 TByte can be configured, alternatively the manufacturer installed an NVMe-SSD with up to 512 GB. Other options include an LTE modem and panel variants like a matt 1080p without touch.
Good connectivity
The Thinkpad A275 and the Thinkpad A475 are similar to the Thinkpad X270 and the Thinkpad T470: both have a SIM slot, a USB type C port, classic USB type A jacks, Gigabit Ethernet, and an SD Card reader, a smard card reader and HMDI. The Thinkpad A475 lacks the Intel-exclusive Thunderbolt 3, which is the Thinkpad T470.
For the time being, Lenovo does not sell the Thinkpad A275 and the Thinkpad A475 in Germany, an appointment is due. In the United States, the Thinkpad A475 is expected to be priced at 850 dollars before September 2017, while the Thinkpad A275 is due in October at an unknown price.

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