Chinese electronic giant, Lenovo has introduced the portfolio of next-gen devices: eight new laptops, desktops and monitors across our YOGA, IdeaPad and IdeaCentre brands at CES 2016 today.
Lenovo Yoga 900S
Coming to the Yoga series, the company has introduced the world's thinnest convertible laptop dubbed as Yoga 900S in the market. It comes with 12.8mm thickness and 999 grams with a new carbon fibre construction, which is noticeably lighter than the previous device.
The Windows 10 laptop features up to 10.5 hours of video playback. The convertible laptop's 360-degree watchband hinge with four modes with up to Intel Core M7 processor and Dolby Audio Premium for crisp sound. Moreover, it flaunts a QHD screen with a resolution of 2560x1440 for a crystal clear display.
New to the YOGA family, it now supports an optional active pen, where the users can unleash their doodles and to-do lists, or annotate web pages on the Microsoft Edge browser using the touch screen.
Lenovo Y series
To serve the growing appetite of gaming, Lenovo has introduced four new additions to Y series gaming family with high performance and portability for enthusiast gamers.
With a quad core 6th Gen Intel Core i7 K-series processor, NVIDIA GTX 980M graphics and a mechanical backlit multi-color keyboard, this 17-inch laptop is ready for the toughest virtual battles.
IdeaCentre Y900 (Razor Edition) and Y27g Curved Gaming Monitor
Lenovo has partnered with gaming lifestyle brand Razer to launch IdeaCentre Y900 RE and Y27g monitors. The IdeaCentre Y900 RE takes the easy future upgradability and high performance with a quad core 6th Gen Intel Core i7 K-series processor and dual NVIDIA GTX 970 discrete graphics.
This device comes with Razer Edition styling, bundled Razer Chroma keyboard and mouse, and Razer Chroma multi-color lighting effects.
On the other hand, the curved monitor comes with 27-inch FHD VA curved gaming panel with 144 Hz fast refresh rates and 8 ms response time. It also comes in a special Razer Edition with the brand's distinct Chroma lighting effects.
In an attempt to expand the family entertainment, Lenovo has introduced the first compact home PC with an optional removable wireless projector. Now users can turn any wall into an instant 100-inch home theatre, project and play favorite videos or holiday slideshows all from a 2.2-liter desktop.
The IdeaCentre 610S packs 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor to enable seamless entertainment viewing, up to NVIDIA GTX 750Ti 2GB GDDR5 desktop gaming graphics, up to 16GB DDR4 memory and up to 2TB of storage.
Lenovo Ideapad 700 comes in 15-inch and 17-inch packed with Windows 10, 6th Gen Intel Core i7, NVIDIA GTX 950M graphics, 1TB of spacious storage and optional JBL stereo speakers.
The 13-inch IdeaPad 710S laptop features a 6th Gen Intel Core processor weighing just 1.16 kg without sacrificing performance.
Not only does it offer optional Intel Iris® graphics and an ultra-narrow bezel display, it cranks up the speed with up to 256GB high-speed PCIe SSD.
- The YOGA 900S 12-inch laptop starts at $1,099 (approx Rs. 73,000), available starting in March, 2016.
- The ideapad Y900 17-inch laptop starts at $1,999 (approx Rs. 79,700), available starting in June, 2016.
- The IdeaCentre Y900 RE desktop starts at $2,299 (approx Rs. 1,52,826) and is available starting in June, 2016.
- Lenovo Y27g Curved Gaming Monitor starts at $549.99 (approx Rs. 36,566), available starting in June, 2016.
- Lenovo Y27g RE Curved Gaming Monitor starts at $599.99 (approx Rs. 39,905) available starting in June, 2016.
- The IdeaCentre 610S desktop starts at $849 (approx Rs. 56,437) with the optional detachable projector, available starting in June, 2016.
- The IdeaPad 710S 13-inch laptop starts at $799 (approx Rs. 53,100), available starting in July, 2016.
- The IdeaPad 700 15-inch and 17-inch laptops both start at $799 (approx Rs. 53,100), available starting in June, 2016.