Lenovo ThinkPad E15 Gen 2: Who would like some Intel, who needs AMD?
Visually there are no differences and both models offer the same amount of RAM and storage space. However, the Intel variant features the Nvidia GeForce MX450, whereas the AMD model is limited only to the Radeon RX Vega 6 graphics.
While the Intel model offers more GPU performance, thanks to the MX450, the AMD version has a more capable CPU, at least when it comes to multi-core performance. The Tiger Lake chip offers superior single-core peformance.
However, the Intel variant does better in a few key areas than the AMD version. For instance, it comes with a more colour-accurate display and lasts over an hour longer in our Wi-Fi test.
Moreover, users of the AMD version of the Thinkpad E15 Gen 2 will also have to forego a Thunderbolt 4 port. The USB-C port is used in both models for charging, but with a Docking Station you can keep that port free.
Read our review to learn more about the Lenovo Thinkpad E15 Gen 2 with the Tiger Lake CPU.
Notebookcheck review of the Lenovo Thinkpad E15 Gen 2 Tiger Lake CPU