The latest ThinkPad L490 shows off with its supreme durability and security features, as well as long battery life and according to Lenovo “versatility at the desk and on the go”. Despite all of the manufacturer’s fuss about the device, let’s face it – it is your average ThinkPad with an industrial design, but this time – a very good price tag.
In terms of specs, the notebook can be configured with up to the Core i7-8565U, or its vPro counterpart. In terms of the GPU options, you have only one option, apart from the integrated graphics and it is the AMD Radeon 535.
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