Lenovo introduces new low-priced notebooks thinner than competition
During the IFA 2012 event, Lenovo showed one to another new product, remaining focused on affordable devices and notebooks tablet formats. And now, in this last segment is the company that was it something in the pipeline to show: IdeaPad Z Series laptops.
Two-fledged notebooks, offering high performance mainframes that can give higher voltage than that used by ultrabooks (17W TDP) in a casing that promises to be as thick as traditional laptops view. Because the z400 and z500 have a thickness of 26mm, much lower than the average seen in the industry 34mm for the category, maintaining also a feature absent in ultrabooks: DVD optical drives.
Starting from the Z500, it brings a 15.6-inch LED display with resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, Dolby Home Theatre v4, 1TB hard drive and support for 3D display, thanks to a graphics chip Nvidia GeForce GT 645M with 2GB dedicated memory. On the other hand, the Z400 has the same characteristics but with a 14-inch front panel.
The ticket sales is planned for September (Z500) and November (Z400) this year 2012 with a modest price for those looking for portability without sacrificing both your pocket from the $ 550 in both cases, with four colors to choose.
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