Thursday, January 7, 2010

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge

AMD today celebrated an expansion of its business relationship with leading computer manufacturer Lenovo, which is introducing new AMD platform-based laptops. The innovative PC manufacturer this week introduced the first commercial ThinkPad laptops based on VISION Pro Technology from AMD, a new extension of VISION Technology from AMD, that are designed to appeal to key enterprise, SMB and government segments: the ThinkPad X100e, an entry ultraportable starting under $449, and the ThinkPad Edge Series laptops designed for the SMB, starting from $579.

Priced right and engineered for small business, ThinkPad Edge is truly mobile and reliable, with features:
* Powerful AMD dual-core processors
* Windows® 7 operating system
* Gigabit LAN, WWAN with GPS, 802.11bgn WiFi, Bluetooth and WiMAX options
* Thin and light with a 13.3" widescreen
* Spill-resistant keyboard
* Up to 7.8 hours of battery life
* Worry-free ThinkVantage® Technologies
* Enhanced multimedia and HD audio
* Low-light-sensitive Web camera
* Three USB ports (1 powered), 5-in-1 media card reader and HDMI
* Various services and warranty options

The ThinkPad® Edge 13" model features a progressive new design, with clean lines and bold color and finish choices. For more, visit HERE.

Lenovo also plans this quarter to introduce a new IdeaPad based on the 2009 AMD Mainstream Notebook Platform, targeted at the consumer mainstream volume market.

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