Simultaneously with the presentation of new models of the IdeaPad B470 and B570 , dedicated mainly to the consumer users or small work organizations, while also having the most powerful Lenovo IdeaPad G Series, composed of models Lenovo IdeaPad G470, G570, G770, G475 and G575. There are five models with form factors ranging from 14 to 17 inches and equipped with all the Windows 7 operating system from Microsoft. The technical configuration is largely shared, starting with the Intel processors that Sandy Bridge is the lifeblood of the systems.
The manufacturer offers several options ranging from the Core i3 to the top of the range Core i7. Lenovo IdeaPad G475 and G575 also allows the installation of innovative APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) developed by AMD and Fusion in the family. These are the Brazos processors which are well placed to address any need, from the modest to the most demanding. The new Lenovo born in the house can be equipped with more memory up to 8GB well, a feature common to most models recently presented by the company.
As for the data storage space, the devices use hard drives, possibly in RAID configuration, which reach a maximum capacity of 750 GB. Basically, this is a traditional DVD burner even though it may give way on request to Blu-ray. On the video side, you have several options among which we mention the c hip AMD Radeon HD 6370M with 1 GB of dedicated memory. Another option is the Radeon HD 6650M, all high-end solutions.
Among other features, a number of USB 2.0 connectors, module, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11n card reader memory 5-in-1 HDMI video output and a 2-megapixel webcam that clashes with the least performance from 0 , 3 megapixel fitted as standard on IdeaPad B. The new Lenovo models are expected over the next April at a starting price not yet announced.