Lenovo is all set to launch three new notebooks in the market this June. The company has revealed some details of the low-cost Ideapad 10, and the high spec Z41 and Z51 that will soon be available in the market.
The Ideapad 100 is going to be a strong competitor of Chromebook with a price starting from $249. This would be an entry level device with 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution. The notebook will be available in both 14 inches and 15 inches screen size and will run Windows 8.1, reported Cnet.
Ideapad 100 focuses on the basic features of computing with Intel BayTrail-M N3540 processor, RAM of up to 8GB and hard disk up to 128GB of SSD or 500GB of HDD.
The laptops will have both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports along with a card reader and an HDMI-out port. People who are looking for a low budget notebook but are not ready to compromise with the Windows operating system availability will be surely happy with this one.
The next two models in the offering from Lenovo are the Z41 and Z51 with full HD 1080p graphics and Core i7 processor. The price will start from $499 and it’s again lesser than the price offered by some renowned companies for high-end specs.
The Z51 will have room to fit the optional 3D RealSense camera from Intel, but this option is not available for the smaller size Z41. The camera will have gesture control, gaming control and is appropriate for 3D scans. With RealSense camera configuration, the price will start from $599.
The RAM can go up to 16 GB while the hard disk space can go up to 1TB. The high-end laptops will offer 4 hours of battery life with one charge. The Z41 will weigh around 4.63 pounds while the Z51 will weigh around 5.07 pounds.
The Lenovo Tech World event is set to start in Beijing on May 28. The company aims to show off its vision about the future of computing technology. The new models of the notebooks will surely have to do something with it.