Lenovo, the company that recently was involved in a scandal, the one about pre-installed backdoor software in the motherboards of one of their laptop lines, are now focusing on reinventing themselves with something brand new.
The latest Lenovo model in line from the IdeaPad series is the Flex 2-in-1, released already in June with three different options it aims at target different demographic – the college kids. This target group does both, studying and gaming. This new machines comes in several colors, such as purple, white, silver, blue and black. The prices are set to start at $440, with the 17″ screen models starting at $490. The top of the line IdeaPad has a i7 chipset and up to 16 GB of RAM and 2 TB of hard drive space.
The most expensive models from this line is the “S” series, “S” standing for “slim”. Full HD screen, USB-C port, i7 processor and 512 GB of storage with 16 GB of RAM, pretty cool, right? Limited color variety, yet sturdy and promising!
Finally, Y920, prepared for VR with a great 17″ screen, i7 processor, Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU, 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of space. The price of this beast starts at $2700.