Lenovo Launches New IdeaPad Laptops

Posted: May 11 2010, 9:17am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:01pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Lenovo has just sent out a press release announcing the launch of a new line of IdeaPad laptops. The new Z series starts at $649 and is geared towards mobile multimedia on a budget. These laptops feature high-def 16:9 widescreen monitors (13.3 and 15.6” models available) with optional Blu-ray disc drives. The IdeaPad Z360 and Z560 can both be equipped with the new 2010 Intel Core processor family and Nvidia GeForce graphics. The Z565 is available with the AMD Phenom II processor and ATI Mobility Radeon graphics.

The IdeaPad U series consists of ultra-portable, fashionable machines. They measure less than 1” thick and under 3.8 pounds. The U460 and U460s have 14” screens and can pack an Intel Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost. The U460 packs a standard processor, while the U460s and U160 have CULV processors. The U160 weighs only 2.9 pounds and is .9” thick at its thinnest point.

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