31 May 2013

Lenovo Introduces Its New Range of Touch-Enabled Devices

In Singapore today, Lenovo announced its new range of touch-enabled PCs. The touch-enabled devices comes in a number of form factors, ranging from "table-top", laptop, ultrabook, tablets. 


The IdeaCentre Horizon is table PC packed with a supersized 27-inch screen using NVIDIA GeForce graphics and Dolby Home Theatre® v4 audio with 10-finger touch  with Intel Core i7 processors  that can allow up to four people to use it simultaneously for work and play.









The Horizon Aura interface allows users to interact with content such as videos, photos, apps and games The Horizon comes preloaded with a library of games created by Lenovo. Complementing these games is a special set of on-the-glass accessories including an e-dice and four joysticks and four strikers.







Remember the Yoga 11 that was launched last year? This year, Lenovo brings the IdeaPad Yoga 11s which is packed with up to a 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i5 processors and Windows 8 for full power in a 0.68-inch thin frame.




The IdeaPad Yoga 11s also has the same attractive rubber painting and a soft-touch exterior as the IdeaPad Yoga 13 and will be available in Silver Grey and Clementine Orange.

The ThinkPad Helix is a premium convertible that defines the next generation of mobile computing through its ground breaking “rip and flip” design. This special design gives users absolute mobile freedom and versatility with multiple unique ways to use it. The ThinkPad Helix can become a 11.6-inch tablet by detaching it from the base. It can also be fliped 180° and reattached to the base.

  
The ThinkPad Edge E431 comes with an optional touchscreen display and is targeted at small and medium businesses. The E431 ushers in a redesigned trackpad that provides more real estate for end users to play around with. The E431 comes with a proprietary new charging standard called OneLink, which uses a single cable for charging, video and data. Consumers can also purchase an additional OneLink dock, a peripheral with four USB ports, HDMI and an Ethernet jack.

Lenovo has also recently unveiled a refreshed range of touch-enabled PCs – namely touchscreen versions of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and IdeaPads U310 and U410 Ultrabooks, the mainstream IdeaPad Z400, and the thin-and-light IdeaPad S400.

Pricing and Availability
The IdeaCentre Horizon will be available at Lenovo Exclusive Stores and all Courts outlets starting from the PC Show onwards with prices from SGD$2,899.

The IdeaPad Yoga 11s will be available from the PC Show onwards with prices from SGD$1,399.

The ThinkPad Helix is available in stores and at the PC Show with prices from SGD$2,199.

The ThinkPad Edge E431 (non-touch) is already available in stores with prices starting from SGD$1,199, while the touchscreen version will be available from mid July with prices starting from SGD$1,499.

The ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is currently available and is retailing at a starting price of SGD$2,999

The IdeaPads U310 and U410 Touch (both in Graphite Grey Only) are currently retailing with prices starting from SGD$1,199 and SGD$1,299 respectively.

The Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 Touch is also currently available, with prices starting from SGD$1,199.

The IdeaPad S400 touch is currently retailing with prices starting from SGD$1,099

All products are available through Lenovo retailers and business partners.


(Information and photo credit Lenovo Singapore and Text 100 Singapore)


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