The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 multi-user and multi-mode table PC optimized for multiplayer gaming has been launched in India along with a couple of laptops that go by the names of IdeaPad Z510 and IdeaPad Y510p. These devices mark the company’s arrival in the gaming PC sector in the country.
Both the laptops as well as the table PC make the most of the Windows 8 OS. Although all of these machines are powered by the Intel Core i7 processors, only the laptops employ the fourth generation variant of the CPU. The Horizon 27 relies on the third generation version for its smooth internal working. Another common feature is Dolby Home Theater audio which helps enhancing the gaming experience even further.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z510 is the cheapest amongst the three and has been outfitted with a screen measuring 15.6 inches diagonally. It can be configured with up to 16GB of DDR3L RAM which seems like a perfect companion for the Core i7 CPU. Moreover, it boasts of OneKey Recovery and even extends support to the Intel WiDi technology.
And now we have the IdeaPad Y510p, that is also compliant with Windows 8 Pro. You can make use of its Ultrabay feature to increase the storage capacity and expect the device to reproduce improved-quality visuals, thanks to dual graphics support. It seems like a good laptop for everyday work as well, considering that a backlit Accutype keyboard with rounded keys has been fitted for facilitating convenient typing even in the dark.
As far as the IdeaCentre Horizon 27 is concerned, it is a table PC that is bundled with a set of accessories like a joystick, a striker, e-dice, a wireless mouse and a keyboard to allow customers to play multi-player games. Its Aura interface allows more than two people to operate the system simultaneously.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z510, Y510p and IdeaCentre Horizon 27 are available now for Rs 50,990, Rs 69,990 and Rs 1,36,500, respectively.