Asia Bizz: Lenovo, is looking to make the 2011 financial year a very special one as they are moving ahead with the launch of IdeaPad notebooks and IdeaCentre K330 desktop PC’s. Lenovo had been researching over the market as what sort of demand is expected from the consumer, and on that basis it launched gadgets that are going to satisfy the power hungry young generation.
The IdeaPad will be featuring a whole new level of notebook configuration, providing the user with a whole new experience of multi tasking. The notebook can have up to 8GB RAM, and 750GB hard disk space which will be running with the Intel i7 processors. Other features will include JBL speakers, Dolby Home Theater, and Lenovoâ€™s own OneKey Theater, and will be priced at $849.
The IdeaCenter on the other hand, is a completely different power station which will be having a maximum of 16GB RAM and 4TB of Hard drive space. It will also feature integrated DVD or Blu-ray drive, DirectX 11 graphics support with full HD resolution. The IdeaCenter will be standing head on against the Dell Alienware gaming stations. These power towers will be priced at $699.