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Lenovo introduces IdeaPad laptops for the budget and mainstream market

Lenovo has announced three new laptops in its IdeaPad series, which appear in different formats. The cheapest models have an entry price, but there are also mainstream models.

The IdeaPad 330 appears in May in variants with 14 “, 15” and 17 “screens and Lenovo promises to be matt screens. up to 1920×1080 pixels, but there are also models with lower resolutions.Also processor and gpu come multiple configurations, of which the cheapest the Celeron N4000 gets and the most expensive and Core i7-8750H with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050. Optionally Lenovo lays them out with fingerprint scanner, touch screen and DVD drive The starting prices of the 14 “, 15” and 17 “models are in the order of 350, 250 and 500 dollars respectively. Europe is not yet familiarizing Lenovo.

The IdeaPad 330 also comes in a thin S version, with the S for Slim. These models are 18mm thick and weigh about 1.6 kilograms, which is almost 500 grams lighter than the non-S models. These laptops have narrow screen edges, ips screens and backlighting for the keyboard. The processor is the Core i7 for the most comprehensive models and the video card is a GeForce GTX 1050. The American price of both the 14 “and 15” models starts at $ 500.

The 530S models are even thinner with 15mm and the weight is 1.36 kilograms. These laptops have an aluminum housing and ips-screens with maximum brightness of 300cd / m². The screens have a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, but there are also variants with a 2560×1440 pixel resolution. Lenovo supplies them with MX130 and MX150 GPUs from Nvidia. The 14 “version of the 530S gets a starting price of $ 800, the 15” laptop starts at $ 850.

Lenovo installs Windows 10 Home on all models. They also support fast charging, where they can function for about two hours after fifteen minutes of charging. All models are available in the US from May. When they come to the Benelux is not known.


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