Lenovo launched the IdeaPad D330 hybrid laptop.
A 2-in-1 device, the IdeaPad D330 can switch seamlessly between the two by detaching the laptop’s keyboard, allowing it to turn into a powerful tablet that boasts a convenient trackpad, Dolby Premium Audio, and a 10” screen with HD display.
The new IdeaPad has four usage modes – the Notebook, Stand, Tablet, and Tent. Each mode is designed to enhance the user experience in various situations such as writing, sketching, viewing photos or videos, or creating presentations.
The IdeaPad D330 offers real computing power and performance to keep up with everyday demands, be it for work or play, at anytime and anywhere. The machine is powered with an Intel Pentium Silver N5000 processor, 4GB of RAM, and equipped with Intel Integrated Graphics, 128 GB eMMC storage and the latest USB 3.1 Type-C support with power display, making charging quicker than average.
Weighing 1.13 kg (2.5 lbs.), the IdeaPad 330 is one of Lenovo’s lightest products. The tablet weighs 600g, while the keyboard is at 525g. It also boasts of having up to 12 hours of battery life, making it ideal for those who want to continue to work or stream movies on the go. Moreover, the device runs on the Windows 10 Home operating system. It also has a 2MP front camera and a 5MP rear camera.
“Customer satisfaction is at the core of our business and it has always been our mission to provide game-changing devices that suit the needs of our customers. The new D330 was born because of that very reason – it is an easy-to-use and powerful device that can perform several tasks on the go, whether for entertainment or business purposes. We believe this is exactly what our users need,” said Lenovo Philippines Country GM Michael Ngan.
In the last quarter of 2018, the company posted a double-digit growth and improved profitability as its revenue reached $11.91 billion, a 19-percent year-on-year growth. According to Gartner], Lenovo secured the number one spot in PC shipments.
Ngan believes that further growth is expected as Lenovo continues to expand its convertible and hybrid line-up, starting with the IdeaPad D330.
“As the market becomes younger and more mobile, we at Lenovo will continue to focus on providing innovative, portable devices that provide new and unique experiences for every user. This is something that we have been working on since day one, which is a key factor in solidifying our position as a global leader,” said Ngan.
Starting price for the IdeaPad D330 is P24,995. It is available at leading electronics stores.