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Lenovo launches a portfolio of next gen devices

Technology continues to open up new frontiers in personal computers, with a lot of brands already geared up to release upgrades one after the other. In a recent launch in Las Vegas, Lenovo introduced its latest devices for the personal computer consumers. 

ideapad Y900 screen and keyboard from side

Lenovo launched eight new laptops, desktops and monitors, ideapad and ideacentre brands that will excite consumers who consume data for work, gaming, and entertaining. Leading the next generation devices is the YOGA 900S, touted as the world’s thinnest ultraportable convertible laptop and offers a distinct option for performance, aesthetic and mobility. Sleek and slim and noticeably lighter than previous models, YOGA 900S measures 12.8 mm and weighs 999 g with a new carbon fiber construction. 

Yoga, as the name suggests, is a laptop that can twist and flip, making mobility more flexible for a busy person who travels a lot or is often mobile. You may use it in laptop mode and take advantage of the fast Intel® Core™ m7 processor or scan your social media feeds in tablet mode. The laptop also supports an active stylus pen for doodling, annotating on pages or browsing on the touch screen. 

Lenovo ideapad 710S silver and gold models

Lenovo also released two other options for laptop: ideapad 710S, another portable choice that weighs 1.16 kg and features a 6th Gen Intel Core processor for a good quality performance, while the other option is a 15-inch and 17-inch ideapad 700. Both are equipped with Windows 10, have up to the latest 6th Gen Intel Core i7 Standard Voltage processors that deliver incredible performance and power efficiency, up to NVIDIA GTX 950M graphics for better screen imagery, 1TB of spacious storage and optional JBL® stereo speakers for serious performance.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga

To serve the market’s growing appetite for the gaming and entertainment, Lenovo releases four new Y series. Play your favorite RPG anywhere the new ideapad Y900 running Windows® 10, more boost in power and more memory and enhanced GFX with a tap of the one key turbo button. For an even more immersive gaming experience, Lenovo partnered with leading gaming lifestyle brand Razer to collaborate on each other’s expertise in hardware and gaming technology. Together they’ve created the company’s first 27-inch FHD VA curved gaming panel, Y27g Curved Gaming Monitor that comes in a special Razer Edition and the brand’s distinct Chroma lighting effects, and ideacentre Y900 RE in a Razer Edition styling, bundled Razer Chroma keyboard and mouse. 

Lenovo Y27g RE curved gaming monitor

On the family entertainment category, ideacentre 610S can turn any wall into an instant 100-inch home theatre. Project and play your favorite videos or holiday slideshows from a computer and give your family an instant seamless cinematic experience. What’s even more interesting is this plug and play powerhouse blends in with nearly any home décor.

ideacentre 610S with Optional Wireless Projector detached

“Innovation is the heart beat of Lenovo and we strive to imagine and create new computing experiences that exceed expectations not just today, but into tomorrow,” says Johnson Jia, senior vice president, PC Business Group, Lenovo. “To achieve this, real people with real computing needs stand at the center of our design and performance decisions. We recognize the pain points and constantly refine and innovate to create ever lighter, faster and more powerful devices that combine technical prowess and striking design to re-imagine computing experiences.”

For more information and upates on the products, follow Lenovo on Facebook or Twitter (@Lenovo) or visit at www.lenovo.com.

Topics: Lenovo , Next gen devices
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