Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Lenovo Yoga 2, Flex 2 convertible laptops launched




Chinese laptop maker Lenovo has launched its new portfolio of PCs, laptops and multi-mode devices within the Indian market. The range includes Yoga 2 and Flex a pair of multi-mode laptops, G40/G50 and Z50 main stream laptops, and entry level All-In-One (AIO) C260.

Speaking at the launch, Shailendra Katyal, director, HSB (home and small business), Lenovo India, said, "We are pioneering entirely new classes with table PCs and AIOs, continuing our leadership in multi-modes and conjointly creating nice inroads this year within the tablet and smartphone category. we are assured of achieving our goal to become a laptop and leader additionally as one of the foremost revered technology corporations within the world."

The Lenovo Yoga 2 convertible ultrabook is the company's leading multi-mode device. It sports a 10-point multi-touch show that flips back 360 degrees to offer four different usage modes — laptop computer, tablet, stand and tent. Yoga 2 will be on the market at Rs 59,990.

Lenovo has introduced Flex 2, a mid-range multi-mode device with a 14-inch dual-mode laptop with a touchscreen that flips 300-degree from laptop to stand mode. The laptop computer has backlit keyboard and comes in atomic number 6 gray color. The device is priced beginning at Rs 41,990 (inclusive of taxes).

Lenovo now conjointly offers G40/G50, a skinny and light budget laptop computer with GIGALAN support. The Lenovo G50 notebook computer combines a slim style with variety of options, as well as a video disc drive and AMD processor. it's integrated Dolby advanced audio and comes in ebony black and silver choices.evaluation for the device starts at Rs 22,990 (all inclusive).

The company will also sell Lenovo Z50, a multimedia system notebook providing a balance between options and performance. The 15.6-inch HD display notebook features an Accu Type keyboard that boasts of a modern look and feel with blandish, slightly arching keys for increased comfort and accrued typing accuracy. Equipped with Dolby advanced audio, the notebook comes in silver and white choices. The device starts at Rs 39.990 (all inclusive).

Lenovo C260 device is a 19.5-inch all-in-one. It comes with an optional touchscreen. The device starts at Rs 28,490 (all inclusive).

The devices will be on the market in any respect Lenovo Exclusive stores, multi-brand retailers, giant format retail stores.


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