Lenovo, a well known computer manufacture has updated its E435 and E545 notebook with AMD Trinity processor. These Lenovo laptops during CES 2012 and back then, they were only available with AMD A6 and AMD A8 APUs. Specs of both are same except for the obvious difference in size of displays. E435 comes with 14-inch display, while the E545 features 15.6 inch display.
Common specs include 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, upto 1TB hard disk, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 1x HDM, 1x USB 2.0 port, 3x USB 3.0 ports, Super multi optical drive, webcam, fingerprint sensor, multi card reader and VGA port.
AMD A10-4600M benchmark – It is based on AMD Trinity architecture.
Introduced in Q2 2012, it features AMD A10 4600M processor that runs at 2.3GHz and automatically overclocks to 3.2GHz when needed. It comes with massive 4MB L2 cache. The chip supports hyperthreading which allows it to handle 4 threads with its 4 cores. TDP is around 35 watts.
While we will soon be reviewing the Lenovo E435 in detail but for now, here are some of the benchmark results we obtained.
PCMark Vantage – 5552
Cinebench R11.5 (CPU multi 64 bit) – 1.98
3DMark Vantage – 6353
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