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Lenovo Launches Refreshed IdeaPad, Yoga, and IdeaCentre Computers

Featuring a more streamlined lineup

In time for the second half of 2019, Lenovo unveiled its refreshed line of IdeaPad laptops, Yoga premium laptops, and IdeaCentre desktops. The refreshed lineup also introduced a new naming convention as well.

The IdeaPad starts off with the entry-level S145. Powered by an Intel Pentium processor, the 19.9mm-thin laptop comes with narrow bezels, a 14-inch Anti-Glare Full HD display, and Dolby audio. For Php 20,995, this model comes with 4GB RAM and 500GB HDD.

The more upscale S340 comes with an Core i7-8565U processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, 128GB SSD, and an NVIDIA MX250 GPU. This model retails for Php 52,995.

Those looking for a convertible laptop can check out the C340. This one comes with a 360-degree hinge, allowing you to transform it depending on your needs. You also get the same specs of its ultrabook sibling: Core i7-8565U processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, 128GB SSD, and an NVIDIA MX250 GPU. Like the S340, it also retails for Php 52,995.

Leading the IdeaPad line is the S540. Sporting a 15-inch display, the S540 can be equipped with either an NVIDIA MX250 or GTX1650 GPU, while keeping its premium looks. It comes with a 12-hour battery, along with Rapid Charge tech that gives you 2 hours of usage for a 15-minute charge. The S540 retails for Php 59,995 for the MX250 version and Php 69,995 for the GTX 1650 version.

Those looking for something more premium can check out the Yoga line starting with the S730. Sporting a skinny 11.9mm chassis, the S730 has a 13.3-inch Full HD display accompanied by razor-thin bezels along with a Dolby Atmos sound system. Powering it is a Core i7-8765U processor paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. The S730 is priced at Php 69,995.

Those who seek a premium ultrabook can check out the S940. Making it unique is its Contour Glass, which wraps around the display to minimize the appearance of its razor-thin bezels and its class-leading 15-hour battery life. You get the same set of internals found on the S730, though the S940 has double the RAM at 16GB, along with a bigger 14-inch Ultra HD IPS display. The S940 retails for Php 115,995.

Rounding up the new products Lenovo unveiled is the IdeaCentre AiO A340. This all-in-one computer has a minimalist and trendy design and is made for those who want a clean home or office desk space. Pricing for the A340 starts at Php 32,995.

Select variants of the IdeaPad will come with a Microsoft Office Perpetual bundle, while all Yoga models come with 2-Year Premium Care Warranty with 24/7 support.

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