Lenovo has a new lineup of Windows 10 PCs that arrive in the next month in a variety of colors and form factors.
If you're looking for a traditional laptop, Lenovo has three new IdeaPad notebooks: the 320, 320S, and 720. Budget shoppers should check out the IdeaPad 320, which comes in 15.6- and 17.3-inch versions. Get up to a seventh-gen Intel Core i7 processor, up to 16GB of DDR4 memory, and integrated graphics. There's the option for a touch screen on the 15.6-inch version as well as an array of color options. There's also an optional fingerprint reader for Windows Hello and the usual ports, plus USB-C, though not for charging.
The non-touch 15.6-inch 320 will set you back $439.99; add $50 for touch support. The 17.3-inch version is $489.99. Both arrive in June.
The more premium 320S comes in 14- or 15-inch versions. Get up to a seventh-gen Intel Core i7 processor, up to 8GB of DDR4 memory, and integrated graphics on the 14-inch and Nvidia GeForce GT940MX graphics on the 15.6-inch. The 14-inch starts at $740 and the 15.6-inch starts at $750; both come out in June.
With the 14-inch IdeaPad 720S, meanwhile, look for Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics, up to 16GB of DDR4 memory and up to 512GB of PCIe storage, USB-C with Thunderbolt, and the optional fingerprint reader. It starts at $970 and arrives in June, too.
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Those looking to pick up a 2-in-1 should check out the Lenovo Flex 5, which comes in 14- and 15-inch versions. It can serve as a standard laptop or be flipped around into tablet, stand, or tent modes. There's pen support, too. The Flex 5 comes with up to a seventh-gen Intel Core i7 chip, up to 16GB of DDR4 memory, integrated and Nvidia GeForce graphics, and an optional 4K display.
Look for it this month, starting at $720 for the 14-inch or $830 for the 15-inch.
Finally, the 17.3-inch Lenovo Y920 gaming notebook is for enthusiasts who want more oomph than a traditional notebook. It runs Nvidia GTX 1070 (8GB) GDDR5 with PCI Express graphics, 16GB of memory, and a 512GB/1TB HDD. All that weighs about 10 pounds and will set you back about $2,700.
Lenovo's new PCs will be going up against whatever Microsoft plans to unveil at a May 23 event in Shanghai, not to mention rumors of refreshed Macs from Apple at WWDC next month.
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