Lenovo has pulled the wraps off the new portfolio of sleek PCs including hybrids, laptops and All-In-Ones (AIO). The new range includes multi-mode laptops Yoga 2 and Flex 2, mainstream laptops G40/G50 and Z50, and an entry level AIO C260.
Yoga 2 features a 4th gen Intel Core i5 processor with 4GB DDR3 RAM and a 500GB SSHD
The Lenovo Yoga 2 convertible ultrabook brings affordable multimode computing. The budget-friendly Yoga 2′s 10-point multi-touch 13.3-inch display flips back 360 degrees to offer four different usage modes like laptop, tablet, stand, and tent. Weighing 1.66 kg and measuring 17.3 mm thick, the Yoga 2 has a hybrid drive with 500 GB + 8 GB SSD and promises a long battery life. It runs on Windows 8.1 and comes powered by a fourth gen Intel Core i5 processor. The Yoga 2 is priced at Rs 59,990.
Lenovo Flex 2 comes with a 14-inch display and is powered by a 4th gen Intel Core i5 ULT processor
The next is the budget friendly Lenovo Flex 2, a 14-inch dual-mode laptop with a touchscreen that flips 300 degrees from laptop to stand mode. The laptop has backlit keyboard and comes in graphite grey colour. It measures 22.4 mm in thinness and weighs 1.9kg. Powered by up to fourth gen Intel Core i5 ULT processor, it runs on Windows 8.1. Some of the key features include up to 16GB DDR3L, 500GB SSHD, Nvidia GeForce GT 840M 2GB graphics, USB 3.0, HDMI, SD / MMC card-reader and Dolby Advanced Audio. It is available in a wide range of colours including Ebony, Pearl White, Graphite Grey, Canary Yellow and Flamenco Red. It is available for a starting price of Rs 41,990.
Lenovo G50 is a 15.6-inch laptop powered by a 4th Gen Intel Core i3 or AMD A8 Beema processor. Pricing starts from Rs 22,990
Next in the lineup are the Lenovo G40/G50, a thin and light laptop series with GIGALAN support. The notebooks weigh 2.1 – 2.4 kg and are available in two variants – black & dual tone(silver/black). The G40 series notebooks are 24.8 mm thin with a screen size of 14.0″ HD 1366×768. The G50 series are 25 mm thin and a screen size of 15.6″ HD 1366×768. The widescreen display delivers bright, crisp visuals. The Lenovo G50 laptop PC combines a slim design with a comprehensive set of features, including a DVD drive and great performance from its AMD processor. It has integrated Dolby advanced audio and comes in Ebony black and silver options, available at a starting price of Rs 22990.
Lenovo Z50 is a multi-media notebook with Windows 8.1 and a 4th gen Intel Core i5 processor. Pricing starts from Rs 39,990
The Lenovo Z50 comes with a 15.6″ HD display along with an AccuType keyboard that boasts a modern look and feel with flatter, slightly curved keys. Equipped with Dolby advanced audio, the notebook comes in silver and white options. It offers processor options up to fourth generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB DDR3 memory, 1TB HDD storage, Nvidia GeForce GT 840M 4GB graphics, USB 3.0,HDMI and Windows 8.1. The laptop will be up for grabs at a starting price of Rs 39,990.
Lenovo C260 is an entry level all-in-one starting from Rs 28,490
Lastly, the Lenovo C260 is a 19.5” all-in-one. Some key features include Intel Pentium JJ2850 to J1800, Intel HD Graphics, 8 GB DDR3, 1TB storage and McAfee Internet Security 30-day trial pack, to name a few. Users can manage files using Lenovo Assistant. It is also available with a touchscreen. The C260 is available at a starting price of Rs 28,490.
Speaking at the launch, Shailendra Katyal, Director- HSB (Home and Small Business), Lenovo India said, “Lenovo has always been ahead of the technology curve and captivated users with products that truly stand apart. We are pioneering entirely new categories with Table PCs and AIOs, continuing our leadership in multi-modes and also making great inroads this year in the Tablet and Smartphone category. Winning global accolades in some of the world’s largest innovation platforms is a proof point of our technology prowess. The journey so far has been incredible. We are confident of achieving our goal to become a PC Plus leader as well as one of the most respected technology companies in the world.”