Lenovo offers more IdeaPads

PETALING JAYA: Lenovo has introduced two IdeaPad notebooks, the Z360 and U460, that are aimed at meeting the needs of those who want to mix style and performance.

According to the company, the IdeaPad Z series promises to bring mobile multimedia to the masses at a competitive price point.

Easy on the eyes, the Z360 comes encased in a modern-looking metallic cover panel and offers a fashionable chiclet keyboard to complement the look.

The 13.3in model ships with an Intel Core i3 370M Processor (2.40GHz, 3MB L2 Cache), 2GB DDR3 SDRAM, nVidia GeForce 310M 512MB graphics and up to 500GB SATA hard disk.

Thanks to its built-in OneKey Theatre II button, users can optimise the video and audio quality from normal to movie mode in a jiffy, the company said.

Meanwhile, the sleek and stylish IdeaPad U series is designed to cater to the fashionista in all of us.

The clean and sophisticated appearance of the U460 is made possible by its “U” shaped outline that is inspired by a closed book lying on its side. Its textured aluminium top cover adds a further touch of class to the overall design.

Measuring less than 25mm thick and weighing about 1.7kg, the U460 can be configured with an Intel Core i7 processor for impressive performance in a thin and light design.

Also available are integrated WiFi and optional 3G connectivity on selected models, and a range of other features that include an ambient light sensor, active protection system and data recovery tools. The Z360 costs RM2,699 while the price for U460 has yet to be announced.

++++ www.lenovo.com

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