Soon-to-be Medion-owner, Lenovo, has showcased at Computex last week a new laptop based on AMD's Brazos platform, the ThinkPad E125. This one is powered by an unmentioned APU (accelerated processing unit), maybe an E-350, or a E-450, and features a 11.6-inch display.
The E125 includes a chiclet keyboard, Ethernet, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, a webcam, D-sub and HDMI outputs, an SD card slot, and a trio of USB 2.0 ports.
Lenovo should provide more info about the ThinkPad E125 in the coming weeks. Cause this looks like a back to school release.