At MWC, Lenovo unveiled a range of new laptops, including a wallet-friendly convertible and a fresh all-in-one PC and an interesting 7-inch tablet with a phone feature.
The IdeaPad C340 Convertible is an affordable 2-in-1 notebook with a 360-degree hinge and a selection of Intel and AMD Ryzen processors of the 8th generation.
The Intel side has 14-inch and 15-inch processors. Custom models available with a choice of Intel Pentium 5405U, Core i3-8145U, Core i5-8265U or Core i7-8565U processors. You will be backed up with 4GB to 16GB of system RAM and up to a GeForce MX230 graphics solution (or you can stick with the integrated GPU).
If you prefer the AMD route, you can only opt 1
4-inch model, which are operated with a mobile AMD Athlon 300U CPU or a Ryzen 3 3200U, Ryzen 5 3500U or a Ryzen 7 3700U at the upper end can. All models have built-in AMD Radeon Vega Graphics (although with Ryzen 7 you get an integrated Vega RX), and you can choose between 4GB or 8GB system memory.
You can select a Full HD or HD touchscreen (1366×768) (each depending on which machine you choose) and the battery life is high to eight hours, with a fast charging mode available that delivers up to 80% juice in one hour.
Lenovo notes that the bezels on three sides (except for the bottom bezel) and the top bezel are nicely slimmed notebook is fiberglass. You also get a trigger for the privacy of the webcam and there is an optional fingerprint reader for extra security. Prices for the IdeaPad C340 start at $ 450, or $ 500 for the 15-inch version, although all models in Europe start at $ 599.
Lenovo also introduced the new IdeaPad S540 ultra-flat notebook with high quality materials.
As with the C340, the manufacturer offers a choice of 14- and 15-inch models with up to 8-Gen processors from the Intel Core i7 8th Generation, a 14-inch notebook powered by AMD Processors, again up to a Ryzen 7 3700U.
The Intel variants can be equipped with up to 12 GB of system RAM and integrated graphics or a GeForce MX250 – with the option of a GTX 1050 on the 15-inch laptop. On the AMD front panel, you can also have up to 12 GB of system memory, but you can not specify a discrete GPU, so you have to live with Vega's integrated graphics card.
These laptops feature the same slim bezels, webcam privacy lock, and quick charge technology for the C340's battery, with Intel models increasing battery life to up to 12 hours (up to eight hours on AMD).
As for the price here, the IdeaPad S540 starts at 730 or 799 euros (about 695 euros) for the 14-inch AMD model, 850 euros or 899 euros (about 780 euros) for the 15-inch Intel Offer and finally 880 euros or 899 euros (around 780 euros) Intel variant with 14 inches.
If that was not enough for you, Lenovo also showed the IdeaPad S340, which came with new Intel and AMD processors and Updated a slimmer profile with a selection of eye-catching colors including Abyss Blue and Sand Pink. [1 9659002] With this laptop, you can choose between 14- and 15-inch versions with Intel or AMD processors, with Core i3, i5, and i7 options for the former and up to a Ryzen 7 3700U for the latter
All machines can be equipped with up to 12 GB of system RAM, Vega-integrated graphics for the AMD notebooks and either an integrated or a GeForce MX250 on the Intel side.
Optionally there is a touch screen and a backlit keyboard With the IdeaPad S340 you get back the privacy and the fast charging technology for the webcam. Prices start at 370 or 549 euros (around 480 euros), but it should be noted that the 14-inch AMD model will be available only in Europe and not in the US.
In Europe, all Intel laptops will be launched in March. and the AMD notebooks will follow in April, with the exception of the 15-inch IdeaPad S540 with Intel CPU, which will be released in April.
For the US market, all laptops will ship in April, except for the 14-inch IdeaPad S540 with Intel processor, which will be delayed until June.
All-in-One PC plus Tab V7
Lenovo also unveiled the IdeaCentre AIO A340, a sleek one All-in-one PC with 22-inch or 24-inch spins, optional touchscreen and an Intel Core i5-8400T processor with AMD Radeon 530 graphics cards and up to 8 GB of system memory. Prices start at $ 500 or € 499 (about £ 435) for the 22-inch model and $ 680 or € 599 (about £ 520) for the larger version, which will be in Europe for March in March April sold for the US market.
The company's Yoga ANC headphones were also featured at MWC in premium quality, with noise cancellation and support for USB-C and Bluetooth 5.0.
The Yoga ANC also benefits from a microphone without microphone and rapid charging technology (charging in less than two hours). The price is $ 170 or $ 158 (about $ 138) and is expected to arrive in June for the European market and in July for the US.
Finally, the Tab V7 was brought out by Lenovo, though this is only available in Europe, Asia and China Latin America will be available – there will be no US release.
It is a 6.9 tablet phone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chip and IPS screen with a 18: 9 aspect ratio with Full HD resolution and narrow aperture.
The V7 tab can hold 3GB or 4GB of memory (32GB) or 64GB of storage and two front speakers with Dolby Audio. There is a 13-megapixel rear-view camera, a 5-megapixel front and a fingerprint sensor and face detection on the security front. It also has dual SIM capability and a 5.180 mAh battery.
The V7 will be priced at € 249 (around £ 215) and will hit the market in April (and, as previously mentioned, will not be available in the US)
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