Lenovo IdeaPad S-Series: New alternative to Ultrabooks and Ultrathins
A few days ago amd claimed that his Ultrathins (his vision of what should be the ultrathin notebooks), are not an alternative to Ultrabooks (ultrathin notebooks Intel), but a completely different product that covers other needs and is located in different price segment.
Lenovo, thinks he can provide a better alternative to both products (Ultrabooks and Ultrathins) with the launch of its new ultra-thin notebooks ideapad S-Series, which come in a variety of settings including the intel core i3/i5/i7 microprocessors, Pentium, atom (IdeaPad S300 and S400 Series) and A-Series APUs AMD second generation “Trinity” (IdeaPad S405 Series), optionally accompanied Graphics AMD Radeon hd 7000 Series.
The IdeaPad notebook line ulradelgadas S-Series offers many of the attractive features of Ultrabooks and Ultrathins, its slim design offers slightly greater than the thickness of the alternatives from Intel and AMD (22mm vs 21mm 18 to Ultrabooks and Ultrathins ) and a battery life of 5 hours. All this at prices from $499.
Link: Lenovo Blurs the Gap Between Netbook and Laptop With Updated S-Series (MaximumPC)Tags: amd, atom, celeron, core, hd 7000, ideapad, intel, Lenovo, notebook, pentium, piledriver, Radeon, S-Series, S300, S400, S405, trinity, ultrabook, ultrathin