Lenovo has announced some new hybrid, budget notebooks, including Legion, IdeaPad and Flex 5, targeted at college going students and those on a budget.
The new notebooks will also appeal to gamers who wish to use their laptop on the go and for those looking to buy hybrid laptops. The new laptops are being released in June. They are outstanding also due to the non-generic colors, which will appeal to the trendy college going students.
The Lenovo IdeaPad series of laptops consists of three versions, the Lenovo IdeaPad 320, IdeaPad 320S and IdeaPad 720S. All the three models offer ability to configure to the 7th generation Inter Core 7 chipset. Since the processor is not a deciding factor, it all comes to other features like the display, the RAM and so on.
The Lenovo IdeaPad 320 comes in two display sizes, 15 inches and 17 inches and it offers support for a RAM of up to 16 GB. As for the IdeaPad 320S, it comes in two display options of 14 inches and 15 inches. The GPU is NVIDIA, GeForce, GT940MX for the 15 inches version and offers a RAM of 8 GB. In case of the IdeaPad 720S, there is only a single option of display with 14 inches and the GPU for this device iw NVIDIA, GeForce GT940MX. This device can also be configured to a maximum of 16 GB RAM.
The Lenovo Legion is an ideal laptop for those who are interested in gaming while on the go. The Lenovo Legion Y920 notebook is powered by the 7th generation Intel Core, i7 7820 HK chipset. It comes with a RAM of 16 GB and has a display screen of 17.3 inches. The GPU on this device is the NVIDIA GeForce, GTX 1070 along with 8GB or VRAM. It also comes with mechanical keyboards offered with a full RGB back lighting.
Lenovo Flex 5
The Lenovo Flex 5 is another one of the latest laptop offerings from the company. It is a hybrid device and comes in two display options of 14 inches and 15 inches. It can be configured up to a maximum RAM of 16 GB. The Flex 5 runs on the Intel Core, i7 chipset and has the NVIDIA, GeForce GTX970MX for its GPU, with a VRAM of 2 GB. It is also possible to configure the 4K display as an option. Another option is support for Active pen. The prices for the model begin at $750.
Something for Everyone
Lenovo seems to be getting a leg up on the competition, by revealing its new laptops ahead of the school season. The new lineup of laptops from Lenovo has something in it for every type of user. The latest models come with a slimmer and sleeker design and they also offer many customization options. The prices are also budget friendly and begin at around $440, with all the models sporting Windows 10 OS out of the box.