Lenovo Has A Variety Of New Products To Tempt You
We’ve Laptops And Chromebooks, Tablets And Desktops …
Lenovo have announced a wide variety of new products which will start arriving as early as next week. Starting with the least expensive and working our way up are three tablets, the Lenovo Tab M7 at $89.99 the Tab M8 with HD starting at $109.99 and a FHD model starting at $159.99. The M7 has a 7″ IPS screen at 1024×600 and offers WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G/4G connectivity while the M8 increases that resolution to 1280×800. All will run Android Pie and come with a fair amount of preloaded software, thankfully none of the ones which have recently been discovered to have serious security issues.
Three Chromebooks are coming as well, the convertible C340 comes in both 11″ and 15″ models starting at $289.99 and respectively, while the 15″ Chromebook S340 is not quite as quite as flexible and comes in at $249.99. The smaller version of the C340 and the S340 are powered by up to a Celeron N4000 based on the year old Gemini Lake family, with 8GB RAM and up to 64GB of local storage. The 15″ C430 can have up to a Kaby Lake based Core i3-8130U and 4GB of RAM with up to 128GB of local storage.
All benefit from two USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1 ports, two USB 3.1 Type-A Gen 1 ports and one audio jack with a battery life rated at 10 hours. The Chromebooks weigh between 2-4.4lbs and sport either HD or FHD monitors depending on your configuration and offer a variety of colours for you to pick.
Last come the IdeaCentre A540 and IdeaPad S540 a desktop built into either a 1080p 24″ or 1440p 27″ monitor and a 13″ laptop. The all-in-one models offer a choice of a Coffee Lake era Core i7-9700T, i5-9400T or i3-9100T and an RX 540X on the 24″, RX560X for the larger model. Inside you will find up to 16GB of RAM and a 1TB NVMe SSD with connectivity encompassing a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A, a pair of USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A and a pair of USB 2.0 ports as well as LAN, though they do have 802.11ac and BlueTooth.
The IdeaPad S54 is saved for last as it is the star of the release. The laptop features 10th generation Comet Lake processors, from a 6-core i7-10710U through to an i3-10110U, optionally pairing the new Intel GPU with an NVIDIA MX250 to power the 2560 x 1600 IPS screen. An IR camera lets you log in by presenting the S54 with your pretty mug and has a pair of proper USB C ports so you can plug the latest and greatest peripherals in. As with the desktops, you can pick up to 16GB of RAM and a 1TB NVMe SSD however the wireless options are significantly better, offering 2 x 2 WiFi 802.11 ax, 2 x 2 WiFi 802.11 ac, 1 x 1 WiFi 802.11 ac and BlueTooth 5.