Lenovo is not only engaged in the production of furniture dedicated to the professional field as they could be models of the IdeaPad V and Y or ThinkPad that we have spoken in recent days, but will also offer interesting opportunities for consumer users with the introduction of B-Series which might be advantageously used even in small offices and companies of modest size.
In particular, this family includes two models, Lenovo IdeaPad B470 and B570, which differ substantially with regard to the form factor, the first 14-inch, 15.6-inch second. Specifically designed for multimedia and traditional applications, the two notebooks leverage the new Intel second-generation Sandy Bridge with integrated graphics and Intel Technology 2.0.
With the powerful RapidBoot, you get a very low start-up time of no more than the handful of seconds. The operating system chosen by the producer is the usual Windows 7. The configuration includes a maximum memory of 8 GB hard disk with cutting up to 1 TB by the side of a DVD (the Blu-ray is optional), Wi-Fi that can be enriched by a module for broadband communications and integrated 0.3 megapixel webcam.
Lenovo IdeaPad B470 and B570 are expected during the month of April as well as several other models of the company. The introductory price is communicated to Rs. 22,610/- equivalent to about Rs. 22,014/- at current exchange rates. The Chinese particularly active in the last period and is proposing solutions based on innovative Sandy Bridge processors developed by Intel, such as those in the model ThinkPad E220s , but also on the APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) of AMD such as the ThinkPad X120e.