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Lenovo launches 10 cutting-edge ultrabooks

Lenovo launched 10 state-of-the-art laptops known as ultrabooks, boasting of slicker designs, faster performance, and smarter AI functionality at the Blue Leaf Pavilion, in Taguig, last Wednesday.

Lenovo launches 10 cutting-edge ultrabooks

All released ultrabooks are fully equipped with solid-state drives (SSDs) for 25 times faster performance, making Lenovo the only brand to release a 100 percent modern PC ultrabook lineup. 

“In terms of speed, SSD versus HDD is actually 25 times,” Consumer 4P Manager Lenovo Philippines, Joey Nocom said. 

All the 10 ultrabooks included in the launch are YOGAs S740, S940, C640, C740, C940 and IdeaPads S130, S145, S340, S540, and C340. 

Users who purchased the higher-end of the ultrabooks also get to enjoy a lifetime access to Windows Home & Student 2019, plus a two-year warranty with 24/7 Premium Care service. 

“We want to make sure all the end-users to actually see what we offer them instead of the laptop design and specs itself,” Nocom added.  

All the ultrabooks’ software are powered by Intel’s 10th Generation Intel® Core™ Ice Lake and Comet Lake Processors, ensuring optimal performance across all devices. It also is Wi-Fi 6 supported, enabling access to the highest speed of wireless internet and data transfer. 

Short battery life has long been the concern of productive workers, but with YOGA C640, that problem has been addressed thanks to AI.   

YOGA C640 has a 20-hour straight battery life due to its AI software technology that maximizes battery efficiency. 

“With AI and all the enhancements, this can last 20 hours straight. Twenty hours straight is almost like three working days. Amazing right?,” Nocom said. 

C640 has a price of P64,995.

For the avid tech enthusiasts who wanted to enjoy a theater-like experience, the YOGA C940 provides the most surreal experience. It has a rotating sand bar powered by Dolby Atmos Speaker System to amplify its sounds in every direction. 

YOGA C940 has a price of P99,995. 

As a parting advice, Nocom adviced users to examine if their PCs are keeping up with today’s current technology. 

Lenovo launches 10 cutting-edge ultrabooks

“If your PC can’t keep up. It’s not the PC for you,” Nocom said. 

Topics: Lenovo Philippines , Joey Nocom , ultrabooks , 10th Generation Intel® Core™
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