Lenovo provides the second-generation ThinkPad L15 with Intel and AMD processors. There is almost no difference in design and price, so it is worth studying the details carefully.
In our recently released Lenovo ThinkPad L15 Gen 2 test, we set up AMD Ryzen 5 5600U, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD and integrated graphics Radeon RX Vega 7.
provides sufficient performance for many applications in daily office life, but the graphics performance is only suitable for less demanding tasks, but it can be slightly improved because a second RAM module can be installed in the laptop, thank you To its availability.
The result is that the dual-channel configuration slightly improves GPU performance. The optional WWAN is also equipped with a suitable antenna so that it can be installed later. You can also replace the SSD and WLAN modules.
Although the system runs smoothly in daily life, office and Internet tasks can be carried out without any problems, but our long-term stress test shows that performance has decreased after long-term use. In daily use, stress levels like our stress test should not happen normally.
One of the disadvantages of AMD notebooks compared to their Intel counterparts is the lack of Thunderbolt 4 support. Lenovo ThinkPad L15 Gen 2 can be charged via USBC, and the image output can also work, but the transmission speed is very fast.
Other features of Lenovo ThinkPad L15 Gen 2 equipped with AMD processors can be found in our review.