Lenovo ThinkPad X395, AMD Ruilong Pro processor +4G/LTE, 14.5 hours!

You must heard that Lenovo launched ThinkPad X395, you maybe amazing by the advance notice, that is! The industry's first high-end business notebook born! Would you like to choose a best usb c hub for your new ThinkPad X395. 

Lenovo ThinkPad X395 announced: AMD Ruilong Pro processor +4G/LTE:

According to foreign media reports, Lenovo launched the industry's first high-end business notebook ThinkPad X395 with Ryzen Pro 3000 processor, this notebook uses a 13.3 inch display. Lenovo has introduced one of the industry's first Ryzen Pro 3000-powered ultra-portable premium business laptops. The ThinkPad X395 features a 13.3-inch display, weighs around 1.28 kilograms, and promises a battery life of up to 14.5 hours.

Lenovo's ThinkPad X395 is made of the iconic, durable black carbon fiber. Overall, the notebook is 16.9 mm thick and measures 31.2 x 21.7 cm. The carbon fiber body weighs 1.28 kg. In terms of display technology, the most basic model uses a 1366×768 resolution TN panel, the high-end model uses a 1920×1080 IPS display, and supports touch and anti-spy screens.

The ThinkPad X395 covers different price points. The basic models include the AMD Quad-Core Ryzen 3 Pro 3300U APU, while the high-end models offer the Ryzen 5 Pro 3500U and Ryzen 7 Pro 3700U with up to 16 GB of DDR4-2400 / 2666 memory and up to 1TB of NVMe. SSD.

The X395 is fully powered by USB-C Port:
When it comes to wireless connectivity, the ThinkPad has an Intel Wireless 9260 2×2 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0 controller as well as an optional 4G/LTE Cat 9 modem, which makes it one of a few AMD-based laptops with WWAN ever released. As for physical ports, the notebook features a Gigabit Ethernet port (dongle required), two USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C ports, two USB 3.1 Type-A (Gen 1 and Gen 2) ports, an HDMI 2.0 port, a micro SD card reader, a smart card reader, and a 3.5mm audio jack for headsets. On which note, as is increasingly common for laptops in this segment, the X395 is powered entirely via USB-C. The system also includes far-field microphones, stereo speakers with Dolby Audio Premium badge, a spill-resistant keyboard, an UltraNav joystick, and a touchpad.

By default, the machine comes with a one-year limited warranty, but this one can be extended up to three years with further options for Lenovo’s premium support as well as accidental damage protection.

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You must focus that Think Pad have these USB Port:
2 × USB 3.1 Type-A (Gen 1 and Gen 2);
1 × USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C (power, data, DP 1.2);
1 × USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C (data, DP 1.2);
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General Specifications of Lenovo's ThinkPad X395 Laptops, More details are shared with you:
Tech details for Lenovo's ThinkPad X395
Tech details for Lenovo's ThinkPad X395

As is typically the case for Lenovo, the company is offering the ThinkPad X395 in a variety of configurations to cover different price points. The base model includes an AMD quad-core Ryzen 3 Pro 3300U APU, while higher-end models offer the Ryzen 5 Pro 3500U and Ryzen 7 Pro 3700U. The APUs will be paired with up to 16 GB of DDR4-2400/2666 while storage is provided by an NVMe SSD, with sizes up to 1 TB.

Lenovo's ThinkPad X395 comes with a 48 Wh battery that the manufacturer says will last for up to 14.5 hours (based on testing using MobileMark 2014). Obviously, real-world results will be different, but Lenovo’s battery life tends to be ahead of the curve when it comes to AMD-powered notebooks.

Whereas the ThinkPad X390 makes use of 8th generation Intel Core processors, the ThinkPad X395 is available with up to 2nd generation AMD Ryzen 7 Pro mobile processors backed by Radeon Vega graphics. You'll find a 13.3-inch Full HD display framed with thin bezels and support for up to 32GB of DDR4 memory and up to a 1TB NVMe PCIe SSD.

The ThinkPad T495 and T495s are the AMD-based counterparts to the ThinkPad T490 and T490s. Both offer 14-inch Full HD panels rated at 400 nits. The ThinkPad T495s is the more svelte of the two new offerings.

All of the machines weigh in at less than three points, and AMD claims that battery life has increased by an average of four hours compared to their predecessors, while performance has increased by roughly 18 percent across the board. The systems support FreeSync technology for stutter-free visuals and are MIL-SPEC rated to withstand the rigors of operating out in the field.

Other features include dual far-field microphones, [side-mounted] mechanical docking, a ThinkShutter for the webcam, and the optional ThinkPad PrivacyGuard ePrivacy filter to prevent "shoulder surfing" while you're working on sensitive documents.

By the way, Lenovo's ThinkPad X395 is equipped with a 48 Wh battery, and the manufacturer says it lasts up to 14.5 hours. Lenovo's ThinkPad X395 notebook will start shipping in June, starting at $1,089, or about RMB 7,400.

You may know Lenovo will launch their newest design of Thinkpad X395, T495 and T495s with AMD Ryzen chips arrive this summer, let's see what difference.

Even before Lenovo releases its Thinkpad X1 carbon models, announced in January, the company introduces three other Thinkpad family business notebooks. The T495 and T495s as well as the X395 are to come in the early summer in the trade - Europreise does not exist yet. In the US, they should cost from about US$940 before taxes.

Lenovo Thinkpad: T495 and T495s come with AMD Ryzen 7 Pro
The Lenovo Thinkpad T495 has a 14-inch screen, available in a variety of HD and Full HD resolutions, as well as with a touch display and various maximum brightness levels. Optionally, one of the panels also offers AMD's Freesync.

In addition to the second-generation AMD Ryzen 7 Pro, the 1.54-kilogram laptop has an integrated Vega graphics unit and up to 16 gigabytes of soldered RAM, which can be expanded by a further 16 gigabytes via the so-dimming slot, according to Lenovo. With the inserted PCIe SSD the user can select up to a terabyte, on request there is also a Sata SSD with up to 256 gigabytes.

Each connector has two USB 3.1 type A and type C ports. There will also be an HDMI 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 port, as well as a Micro SD card reader and a 3.5 millimeter audio port.

Other features of the notebook include the mechanical "Thinkshutter" cover of the webcam. The latter can be used in combination with an infrared sensor for biometric authentication via Windows Hello. In addition, a fingerprint sensor and Lenovo Privacyguard on board, which is similar to a privacy screen unwanted glances from the sides to prevent the display.

The S variant of the T495 is a slightly more compact version and weighs just less with 1.35 kilograms. The equipment is identical in the broadest sense, however, there is only a maximum of 16 gigabytes of RAM, also lacks the Gigabit Ethernet interface as well as the space for the optional Sata SSD. But the battery with 57 watt hours is greater than the T495 (50 watt hours) and should offer a runtime of 16.4 hours instead of 14.9 hours.

The Lenovo Thinkpad X395 has a 13.3-inch screen instead of a 14-inch screen and is 312 x 217 x 17 millimeters and 1.28 kilograms more compact and lighter than the T-devices. The display features one TN and three different IPS panels, and the Full HD resolution screen also supports Freesync.

The energy storage of the X395 is with 48 watt hours in the direct comparison smaller than with the T-family. With the connections and the equipment of the X395 there are largely no differences to the T495s.

Lenovo plans to launch the market in Germany for all three notebooks in early summer - then the company wants to announce the trip to Europe. It's very important that you choose a best usb c hub for your newest laptop.

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