12 June 2019
Lenovo has expanded its ThinkPad series by unveiling three new laptops powered by the second gen AMD Ryzen 7 Pro series mobile processors with integrated AMD Vega graphics. The names of these laptops are ThinkPad T495, ThinkPad T495s, and the ThinkPad X395.
These new laptops are equipped with more efficient batteries, brighter display, and the ThinkShutter camera cover.
Starting with the ThinkPad T495, it packs a 14-inch display with up to full HD resolution. It has a lower resolution HD display with lesser brightness output. It comes with AMD Radeon FreeSync support for a battery gaming experience. It comes with 32GB of LPDDR4 RAM and has the storage options that go up to 1TB PCIe and 256GB of SATA SSD. It packs a 50Whr battery and supports RapidCharge technology of a 65W Type-C charger. Connectivity options include USB Type-A 3.1 Gen1 port, one USB Type-A 3.1 Gen2 port, one HDMI 2.0 port, RJ45, microSD card reader, audio jack, and two USB Type-C Gen2 ports, Bluetooth 5.0, and dual-channel Wi-Fi 802.11ac.
The ThinkPad T495s also packs a 14-inch full HD display and has FreeSync support. It packs a lower amount of RAM at 16GB and is offered in configurations with up to 1TB of PCIe SSD storage. It has a fingerprint sensor, IR camera, Dolby Audio Premium, and 360-degree far-field microphones and connectivity options are identical to the ThinkPad T495.
The third laptop ThinkPad X395 packs a smaller 13.3-inch display, with an option to choose between HD and full-HD resolutions. It is equipped with 16GB of LPDRR4 RAM paired with up to 1TB of PCIe or 256GB of SATA SSD. It packs a smaller 48Whr battery compared to its siblings. It also has the same set of offerings as ThinkPad T495s offers also the connectivity standards are similar to the ThinkPad T495.
The base variant of the ThinkPad X395 carries a price tag of $1,089; ThinkPad T495s starts at $1,089, and ThinkPad T495 carries a starting price of $939. These laptops are set to hit the market starting in May.