Lenovo launches latest AMD-powered devices

As part of the company’s objective of bringing more options and the latest technology to consumers, Lenovo today launched its latest portfolio of devices that run on AMD Ryzen processors.

Based in California, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) develops computer processors and related technologies for business and consumer markets. Its main products include microprocessors. motherboard chipsets. embedded processors and graphics processors for servers. workstations and personal computers, as well as embedded systems applications. Its partnership with Lenovo allows AMD to develop processors for the company’s ever-growing consumer, commercial, and enterprise portfolio.

“AMD’s newest processors are getting a lot of praise due to their powerful performance, especially when it comes to running multiple tasks, heavy programs included. We partnered with AMD to provide Filipinos such cutting-edge technology equipped to support the evergrowing performance demands of the market,” said Lenovo Philippines Country General Manager Michael Ngan.

Last year, AMD released its Ryzen lineup of processors with multi-core setup. With the power of two or more cores in a single chip, Ryzen delivers industry-leading performance when it comes to running intensive programs involved in digital content creation, 3D rendering, gaming and streaming, CAD work, and more.

AMD Ryzen processors also include simultaneous multithreading (SMT) wherein the processor splits each of its physical cores into virtual cores known as threads. This is done in order to increase performance and allow each core to run two instruction streams at once. SMT allows various operations to be broken down into smaller parts and have those processes carried out more efficiently.

“AMD is thrilled to be partnering with Lenovo to bring our Ryzen Mobile processor technology to market in the Philippines. We are very pleased to continue to expand our business together with the largest range of products we have ever launched with Lenovo Philippines. We have added new Lenovo offerings to our Ryzen Mobile portfolio. which all feature award winning Ryzen processors. and in partnership with our high performance Radeon graphics technology, deliver great multitasking experience and are also excellent for gaming and content creation,” said Peter Chambers, Director Consumer Sales, Asia Pacific & Japan, AMD.

During the launch event, a total of five devices with AMD processors were unveiled the Yoga 530, ldeaPad 7208, ldeaPad 330, ldeaPad 3308, and the ldeaPad 130.

IdeaPad 330

Built for those on a tight budget, the IdeaPad 330 comes with all features needed for daily work, study, or entertainment needs. The 14-inch model can have up to AMD Stoney Ridge A9-9425 Processor, while the 15-inch model can have up to AMD RyzenTM 7 2700U Mobile Processor with RadeonTM RX Vega 10 Graphics. Also, the 14-inch model can have up to BGB DDR memory, while the 15-inch model can have memory of up to 16GB DIMM. For storage, the 14-inch model can have up to 2TB SATA HDD, while the 15-inch model can have up to 2TB SATA HDD.

Price starts at P26,995

IdeaPad 3308

Coming out in the maiket with 14and 15-inch variations, the IdeaPad 3308 is a device that combines both power and portability. The 14-inch model starts at 0.75 inches thin and weirzhs around 3.7 lb., which can support up to an AMD A9-9425 processor. The 15-inch model on the other hand starts at 0.76 inches thin and 4.1 lbs. and can have up to an AMD Ryzen M 7 2700U Mobile Processor with integrated Radeon RX Vega 10 Graphics. Both can have up to an AMD Radeon 540 graphics card, up to 8GB memory, and up to 2TB SATA HDD for storage.

Price starts at P30.995.

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