Lenovo Introduces New, Super Slim Consumer Laptops

Logo LenovoBehold Lenovo's latest notebooks, the super-slim IdeaPad Y650, Y550, and Y450. What’s new? These PCs come with three different screen size (16", 15", and 14”) all with a 16:9 aspect ratio, up to 500GB of HDD and 4GB of RAM, optional NVidia GFX video card, multi-touch touchpad, JBL speakers (the Y650), and prices ranging from $829 to $1199 US.

Lenovo’s latest IdeaPad Y Series laptops deliver powerful Hi-Definition entertainment in new sizes that are smaller, thinner and lighter than the previous generation to give more choices to consumers. The three Y Series laptops – the Y650, Y550, and Y450 – share the same modern soft black design featuring an interlocked hexagon pattern on the top cover along with a discrete copper accent around the perimeter of the laptop.

Lenovo delivers its first 16-inch widescreen laptop, the IdeaPad Y650, as one of the thinnest and lightest 16-inch laptops1. In fact, the laptop weighs less than many 15-inch laptops, providing users with an additional inch of screen space without compromising on mobility. Making use of advanced materials, Lenovo has engineered the laptop down to a slender one-inch at its thinnest point with a weight of just 5.6 pounds.

The expanded Y Series adds new screen sizes to the IdeaPad laptop lineup: the 16-inch Y650, the 15.6-inch Y550, and the 14-inch Y450. The new Y Series laptops are configurable with up to 500GB of hard drive storage space and up to 4GB of DDR3 memory.

Source: Akihabaranews

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