Looks like the folks at Lenovo are dishing out new laptops this month, very powerful ones for work, work and work because times need it. Equipped with AMD processors, it's performance will be even better than its predecessors.
First is the ThinkBook 15 Gen 4 that has an AMD Ryzen 5000 series Mobile Processors, AMD Radeon Graphics, 2 of the M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD and a huge 40GB DDR4 3200 storage. It's designed for pros who do heavy office work, and still want to be stylish plus flexible in terms of storage because we can't have enough of that.
Second is the ThinkPad P16s Gen 1 which is built for performance and speed. It runs on an AMD Ryzen 7 PRO processor and an AMD Radeon Graphics with LRO APU Driver , a huge 32 GB 6400 MHz LPDDR5 memory and upto 2 TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe storage for easy in/out access. It is also made of sustainable materials and has passed lots of certifications.
Third is the ThinkPad Z13 Gen 1 which you can carry around when traveling. Made of recycled aluminum (75% post consumer sourced), it's very light weight so it is easy. It's got an AMD RYZEN 7 PRO 6860Z processor, an AMD Radeon 680M Graphics card , 32 Gig LPDDR5 6400 memory and a 1 TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD storage which can be of help if you've got so many files or presentations to make.
Last is the ThinkPad Z16 Gen 1 made for progressive performance. This makes you do business anywhere, work anywhere especially for people who are on the go.
Clark Popple of SMB Segment Lead of Lenovo says "Thank you for being here, you've played a lot in our success this year and we have been driven by customer feedback. We put you in our purpose, to provide things that make people save time, and be more productive. We also have AMD here who has given our products the needed boost and power so even more Filipinos benefit from it and provide technology for all!"
Francis Judan says "For 2023 we are changing the business environment, the world has jobs and careers that automate, analyze, cloud based and even entertainment via content creation. Even marketing is driving to those changes and careers have been different for Gen Z's. No one now wants to do business that is not hybrid, majority don't even want an office which changes the game. The new workforce is now wanting more powerful devices and be on the go, become smarter, sustainable which also become a basis for our products. With the heavier workload, more hard disk capacity and can relate more to users here in the Philippines. Come 2025 we want to be compliant, to last them a lifetime, they need to invest in hardware that will last and a longer lifecycle. LENOVO had been thinking of Gen Z's and Millennials that are a huge part of the workforce and relate them to the products that they make without sacrificing security, ease of use so you can have a better experience for work or play."
Lenovo is certainly on a good path in making sure their laptops become worthwhile buddies when they dish out new notebooks, ThinkPads for their intended customers.
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