Lenovo’s ThinkPad E125 AMD Fusion Notebook Spotted at Computex 2011

Lenovo is now going to expand its fusion notebook range with ThinkPad E125 AMD fusion. It means AMD fusion processors managed to get way into compact systems. The system was on display in AMD’s booth at Computex2011. No details were given on this new ThinkPad Edge E125 but it’ll have AMD Fusion Brazos.The connectivity options are somewhat sparse with a D-sub and HDMI port for using external monitors, three USB 2.0 ports, of which the yellow one will charge your devices even if the notebook is switched off, an Ethernet port, a single headset jack, and finally a memory card slot. There’s of course also a built-in webcam of some kind as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

The 11.6-inch screen might be on the small side for some, but a bigger concern in our minds was how glossy it was. Lenovo hasn’t done a great job with the screen bezel either, as it’s rather thick, even compared to the X120e. The selling point of the laptop is its size and weight. We are not sure about the battery life, but we’d imagine we’re looking at a 4-cell battery here which isn’t going to rock most people’s world in terms of untethered usage, but on the other hand, AMD’s Brazos platform is reasonably power frugal so it’s possible that we’ll see up towards 5-6h of usable battery life.

No idea about the launching date of this ThinkPad model but after seeing the model we can expect its launch soon.

via pocket-lint

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