Lenovo has just released four new products from the IdeaCenter, IdeaPad and ThinkPad range of notebooks and desktop all-in-ones. The new notebooks strengthen Lenovo’s brand and addresses a wide gamut of user requirements from consumer to enterprise needs.
“The release of our new line of PCs underscores our commitment to extend our exceptionally engineered PCs to varied market segments – consumer, SOHO and SMB,” said Micheal Ngan, Country Manager for Home and Small-Medium Business, Lenovo Philippines. “Our customers in these market segments deserve to have an unequaled ownership experience and we aime to match their expectations with our new offerings designed for both work and play.
The IdeaCenter B300 is a touchscreen desktop all-in-one that conserves space by integrating both the CPU and the monitor into one unit. It’s powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processors and has an integrated TV tuner, Lenovo High sense webcam and YouCam software. The IdeaCenter B300 will have a MSRP that starts at Php 37,500.
The IdeaPad S10-3 meanwhile, is Lenovo’s attempt to make a stylish notebook for hip and stylish consumers. It has a 98% sized chiclet keyboard, multiple color cover options and a thin 16mm profile. It sports an Intel Atom N470 processor a 10.1-inch screen. The IdeaPad S10-3 will be available by September and will carry a MSRP that starts at Php 22,900.
Aimed squarely at SMBs, the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13 is designed to withstand the daily rigors of mobile workers. it’s Intel Core i3-380UM processor is an ULV processor, and promises to give the Edge 13 extra legs when it comes to battery endurance. It’s ThinkPad lineage gives potential customers peace of mind when it comes to service and support. The ThinkPad Edge 13 will be available in October and will carry a MSRP that starts at 38,000.
Finally, the IdeaPad V460 is aimed at small offices and home businesses, and is equipped with an Intel Core i3-350M processor, Intel HD graphics and HDMI output. The IdeaPad V460 starts at Php 37,000