Lenovo has launched a slew of diverse consumer laptops in anticipation of the upcoming festive season in India. The new models consist of the Ideapad 510s, Ideapad 710s, Ideapad 310, Ideapad 510, Ideapad Y700, Yoga 510, Yoga 710, and Miix 310.
Starting things off with the new Ideapad Y700, the premium gaming laptop will set buyers back by Rs 128090, a great deal more expensive than the previous 15.6-inch entries in the series. Lenovo has increased the notebook’s screen size to 17.3-inch and promises a desktop-class experience.
In terms of specs, the Ideapad Y700 is fueled by an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GTX 960M 4 GB GDDR5 GPU, and up to 16GB of RAM. Lenovo is bundling a gaming kit made up of accessories like a mechanical mouse, gaming mouse, armored backpack, and special headset along with the notebook. It claims the package is worth Rs 19496, but plans to sell it at Rs 2999.
Moving on to the less expensive Yoga 510 and Yoga 710, the devices are set to be available at Rs 40990 and Rs 85490, respectively. The 2-in-1 laptops continue the 360-degree tradition of the Yoga series, allowing consumers to bend the gadget in various modes like tent or tablet.
This time round, the Yoga 510 is lighter and has been blessed with fast charging capabilities, the new Intel 7th Gen Core i5 processor, and a revamped design. As for the new entries in the Ideapad series, the 510s and 710s are lightweight notebooks carved out of aluminum and magnesium priced at Rs 51090 and Rs 73390, respectively.
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While the Ideapad 510s boasts of a 14-inch full HD screen, 1TB HDD and Harman Kardon certified stereo speakers, the 710s goes for a 13.3-inch QHD+ display, 512GB SSD, and JBL Speakers. Finally, the Ideapad 310 and 510 are going to vend for Rs 28390 and Rs 61690, correspondingly.
Both are aimed at heavy-duty media consumers with 15.6-inch 1080p screens, 7th Gen Intel SoCs, and Harman Kardon speakers in the case of the Ideapad 510. Lenovo has also announced the new Miix 310 in India. The hybrid 2-in-1 comes with a detachable keyboard and battery life of 10 hours. It costs Rs 17490 and is currently vending via Amazon India.