Companies are vying to project their wares in the IFA consumer electronics fair week in Berlin. Not far behind in the bandwagon is Lenovo, waiting to run riot with its Windows 7 laptops and Android tablets. The firm is a second-to-none contender in the race for PC supremacy. Notebooks, desktops, laptops name the gadgets and Lenovo burnishes.
Lenovo’s Windows 7 Laptop
The wait is over for consumers who want an ultrabook experience but at a lesser price. Lenovo’s new S series laptop is slight, and light comes in varied colors including a metallic finish. It’s standard of performance ranges above netbook and notebook devices. It has solutions that allow the existing OS to be promoted to a Windows 8 system.
With a minimum price tag of $499, the new laptop models are available in the IdeaPad series of S 300, S 400, and S 405. The slim gadget is less than an inch thick and weighs only 4 pounds. It has a five-hour battery life and can utilize Intel and other advanced microdevices for configuration.
Lenovo’s Android OS Tablets
Priced at $299 onwards the new Android operated Ideatab gadgets are sleeker and have options that are more multimedia. Designed to cater to the ever-increasing-mobile-owning populace, this new find includes the S 2110, A 2107 and A 2109 Ideatab models. The tablet provides laptop-like functionalities aiming at users over a broad spectrum from 3G connectivity to first-class applications.
The Ideatab gadgets serve a wide range of consumers with features like, IPS screen, long battery life, internet facilities, front and rear facing cameras, Wi-Fi and other gaming attributes, to name a few. These tablets facilitate multi-tasking when on the move and when in position.
These light mobiles will be a definite pick amongst the thronging masses at IFA. Lenovo wants to be number one and what better way to achieve it than by these new releases.
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