Lenovo without loud announcements and special events presented a whole scattering of new laptops. The manufacturer has updated the range of multifunction laptops IdeaPad, showed a solution for gamers with support for virtual reality Y920 Legion and transformer Flex 5 with 360 degrees rotary screen. All new and combines the latest Intel seventh generation, and the IdeaPad line of different color options. For example, the 15-inch IdeaPad 320 comes in purple, red, white, silver, blue and black colors.
Lenovo IdeaPad 320 is available with both 15-and 17-inch display. It has a processor Intel Core i7 of the seventh generation, 16 GB of RAM and hard disk up to 2 TB. The computer will cost $439,99 or $489,99 depending on the diagonal.
Top new product in the line was IdeaPad 14-inch IdeaPad 720S. At the price of $969,99 it is equipped with a processor Intel Core i7 of the seventh generation, Full HD display, 16 GB of RAM, storage 512 GB. Of the connectors, the device has a USB Type-C with support for Thunderbolt.
For gamers, Lenovo has released a 17-inch Legion Y920. He is ready to work with virtual reality. To this end, the computer has processor Intel Core i7 of the seventh generation, discrete video card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 and 16 GB of RAM. Like most modern gaming notebooks, its keyboard has a RGB backlight. The cost of Legion Y920 starts from $2699,99.
Last year there was a transformer Flex 5. He has a swivel of 360 degrees IPS display with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. Other characteristics include Intel Core i7 of the seventh generation, 16 GB RAM and the storage to 512 GB. The price starts from $719,99.
All the laptops will go on sale in June, and Flex 5 will be available later this month.