Lenovo Unloads Windows 8 PCs, Ultrabooks At IFA

Lenovo wasn't going to keep IFA 2012 without presenting a few more items besides its Android-run Ideatab S2110A, especially in the quantity of new Windows 8 gadgets debuting during the meeting.

The organization came out a sequence of new Idea-brand notebooks Saturday, plus some IdeaCenter A and B-series all-in-one PCs, all suitable with the new OS.

"Designed for an maximum Windows 8 encounter, customers can appreciate up to 10-finger multi-touch for versatile computing…and the Windows Shop for entry to a large number of interesting and useful applications," said Wei Jun, v. p. of Lenovo's Concept Item Team, in an argument.

"These new Concept PCs personify our dedication to provide items that indicate the design and power of the individual."

First up... :

The IdeaPad U510 Ultrabook, recognized as "ultra slim, super mild," is the next-gen of the U310 and U410. A 15-incher, the U510 requires the strength and ability of a computer and places it in a 21mm wide product shape.

With a third creation Apple Primary i7processor and up to 1TB of HDD storage space (with an optionally available 32GB strong condition generate cache), the U510 will last up to six time on a billed power supply.

It's also got a DVD reader/writer, though customers can opt for a Blu-ray Cd generate, for additional viewing satisfaction. Look for it in Sept, starting at $679 (£427).

Working its way down the abc, Lenovo also presented the IdeaPad Y400 and Y500, targeted to entice the cellular player and media fiend.

Though these notebooks are strongly outfitted with i7 processer chips, NVIDIA GeFORCE GT655M 2GB double design, up to 16GB DDR3 storage and a max of 1TB HDD storage space, they've also got a function to take out so more can come in.

The UltraBay is an similar bay that customers can exchange out for double design cards, more storage space or pop in an additional fan to chill.

The Y400's got a 14-inch LED backlit wide display HD show while the Y500's display has the same specifications, just on at 15.6 inches wide.

Throw in JBL speakers, Dolby House Cinema v4, a dual-layer backlit AccuType key pad and a one-piece known as, and these Y's are prepared for some activity.

Both come out in Oct starting at $649 (£409).

Catch some zzz's :

Two more PCs Lenovo's tossing in the mix are the IdeaPad Z400 and Z500, notebooks Lenovo said are 25 % slimmer than conventional opponents.

Third-gen Apple processer chips, the same backlit displays as the Y's and NVIDIA GeForce design come conventional.

However, customers can select what shade their 14- and 15.6-inch computer (the Z400 and Z500 respectively) come in: barrier azure, chocolates, peony lilac and enameled bright are all available in the $549 (£346, starting price) gadgets.

The Z400 strikes racks in Nov while the Z500 is available in Sept.

Both, by the way, provide entry to the Lenovo Reasoning and function brilliant Touchpad.
All for one :

Topping it all off, Lenovo's got four new all-in-one PCs: the A520, B340, B345 and B545.

The A520 is a 23-inch, comtemporary glass only looks 1080p complete HD show system that can be tilted to nearly every level to make film viewing, game playing and whatever else you need to do at -5 levels occur.

It's got a third-gen Apple processer with Apple HD Graphics 4000 plus Dolby speakers, Dolby House Cinema v4, optionally available Blu-ray and other touch-optimized media applications and games.

Coming in at $999 (£629) to begin with, it can keep up top 8GB DDR3 of storage and covers out at 1TB of HDD storage space.

Look for it in Oct.

B-sharp :

If you're in the marketplace for enjoyment masterdom, then the B's are probably right up your street. The B340 and B345 have 21.5-inch shows while the a little bit bigger B545's got a 23-inch front side. All are complete HD wide display and comtemporary glass only looks.

Each can handle 3D perspective and have 10-point multi-touch technological innovation.

The processer chips here are optionally available, with either a third-gen i7 from Apple or an AMD quad-core available.

Users get a NVIDIA 615 2GB in the B340 while its bigger bros are loaded with AMD's Radeon HD7470A 1GB design.

Grab a VESA install for versatile positioning plus an optionally available TV distant for HDTV viewing satisfaction.

The B340 and B345 are out in Oct for $599 (£377) and the B545 in Apr 2013 for $699 (£440). Costs, of course, are to begin.

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