Lenovo IdeaPad Z Series Announced

Lenovo has announced a new laptop called the Lenovo IdeaPad Z that comes in a series of three models. The models are the Z360, Z560 and Z565.

Processors on the new Z series vary from an AMD V series single-core processor all the way up to an Intel Core i7-620M with TurboBoost.

Price points start at around $650 where you will end up with a 13 inch model with a screen resolution of 1366×768 pixels in a widescreen aspect ratio. Upgrades see these notebooks being upgradable to an Intel Core i7 processor along with an NVIDIA GeForce 315M with 1GB of memory. 8GB of DDR3 memory can also be used. For storage you can go up to 650GB hard drive based.

The Z360 is the 13.3 inch model with the 15.6 inch being the Z560 running an Intel CPU and the Z565 is similar but with an AMD inside instead.

Users will enjoy watching their favorite movies on the new Z series with its high-definition (HD), 16:9 format widescreen (available in 13.3 and 15.6-inch models), optional Blu-ray DiscTM drive, and Dolby® Advanced Audio for a stunning audio experience. With OneKeyTM Theater II, optimized audio-visual settings are enabled at the press of a button, making the Z series great for videos and multimedia content. The IdeaPad Z360 and Z560 are available with the all new 2010 Intel® CoreTM processor family and NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics, while the IdeaPad Z565 is offered with up to AMD PhenomTM II processors and integrated ATI Mobility RadeonTM graphics.

Not a bad set of notebook computers with quite a diverse set of configurations. Release dates are not known at the moment but they should be launched very soon from what we understand.

Via: Gizmodo

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