Lenovo has launched its A-Series Android tablets as well as its G-Series and Y-Series laptops.
The Lenovo Tab A7-50 is a compact reading, photo-taking and web-surfing companion for consumers with a limited budget. Powered by a quad-core processor and equipped with a 7-inch, wide-view HD display for sharper text and web pages, it comes with a 2MP front-facing camera and 5MP rear camera that is perfect for taking hi-resolution photos.
Also available is the Tab A7-30, which features an Ebony extrerior and an 8GB capacity.
Meanwhile, its 8-inch variant, the Lenovo Tab A8-50, will be available in midnight blue, white, yellow, and red colors by mid-August, and provides total entertainment on the go.
The sharp, colourful 8-inch HD display produces bright HD images, with front-facing, Dolby Audio speakers that bring digital information to life, making it an excellent choice for playing games, watching videos, listening to music, and interacting with friends online.
The larger screened Tab A10, on the other hand, is compatible with an optional Bluetooth keyboard, which acts as a stand for hands-free multimedia viewing and a protective cover, on top of functioning as a keyboard for endless productivity. Whether watching movies in “Stand” mode or browsing the web, users can enjoy its 10.1-inch HD screen which displays crystal-clear images.
At less than 9 mm thick, the Tab A10 is a comfortable, lightweight and versatile tablet that offers an enhanced user experience.
Lenovo Y50 laptop
The Lenovo Y50 laptop offers advanced technology, which includes an optional backlit keyboard, up to Ultra HD 3840×2160 display, and NVIDIA GeForce, for enhanced graphics.
Powered by an up to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor, Windows 8.1, and HDD, users can easily multitask among activities such as watching videos, opening apps, posting to social media and browsing photos.
Lenovo G40 and G50 laptops
Both the G40 and G50 laptops come with a complete set of new and improved specifications, including the Intel 4th generation Core i7 or the AMD R5-M230 processors, Windows 8.1, Dolby Advanced Audio v2, a DVD player and a HD display or HD webcam. Users can also easily log-in to their PC with just their face thanks to Lenovo’s VeriFace Pro facial recognition software.
The Lenovo Tab A7-30, Tab A7-50, and Tab A10 come at a starting price of Php5,999, Php8,099, and Php12,199, respectively.
Meanwhile, pricing for the Lenovo Y50, G40, and G50 starts at Php72,995, Php16,900, and Php24,495, respectively.
Lenovo A8-50 will be available by mid-August, at a starting price of Php10,499.