Lenovo has released its new IdeaPad laptop line and it's is definitely a challenge against Microsoft and its Surface Laptop. Not only that, the Chinese company has also unveiled a new Legion laptop, which is an addition to Lenovo's list of gaming devices, and another one for the people who are always on the go.
The latest Lenovo line-up consists of a trio of fresh IdeaPads, i.e., 320, 320S and the 720S. These laptops are mainly focused on the education market just like the case was with Microsoft Surface Laptop.
The laptops are well suited for the trendy college goers with the unique designs and tempting colors - black, white, silver, red, blue and purple - that are likely to get the attention of students.
Also, this line-up of laptops from Lenovo is extremely affordable, which will also attract the young college students. While the 15-inch model costs only $439.99, the 17-inch one is worth $489.99. The higher-end variant of the 320 comes with a 7th-generation Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, and 2TB of HDD storage. The IdeaPad 320S sports an elegant slim design that is marked with the "S" in its name. It will come in 14-inch and 15.6-inch versions and will sell for $740 to $750, reported iTechPost.
The premium one of the lineup is the 720S, which is a 15.9mm thick laptop and utilizes an anonized aluminum casing. The model is powered by Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake processor and boasts a full HD display. It also has a Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics chip and 16GB of built-in memory. IdeaPad 720S will cost $970, reported Tech Radar.
The Legion Y920 is essentially a gaming laptop that comes with a 17-inch full HD display and is powered by either Intel Core i7-7820HK or Core i7-7700HQ. The Y920 will also have a 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 1TB hard drive as well as 8GB of video memory and it will cost around $2,700. Apart from that, the Legion Y920 will also support virtual reality, said iTechPost.
Lenovo Flex 5, which is Lenovo's latest model for the people who are always traveling, has two variants - a 14-inch, and a 15.6-inch. It will feature a Core i7 Kaby Lake processor, 16GB DDR4 system memory, GeForce 940MC GPU, and will cost around $720 and $830.
Lenovo's IdeaPad and Legion laptops will be available for the consumers starting from June, while the Flex 5 will hit the market by the end of this month only.