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Lenovo launches new range of PC lineup feat Yoga 2 and Flex 2

Lenovo have always been a tough competitor in the PC market and with this year’s product line-up, I am pretty sure it will do well. Lenovo on June 19, 2014 announced the new products that they will be selling this financial year. All of them look extremely interesting and of great value to us. Lenovo has launched Yoga 2, Flex 2, C260, G40/G50 and Z50 in India.

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Features

Lenovo launched the next iteration to its famous Yoga series with the Yoga 2 convertible ultrabook. Yoga 2 brings 10-point multi-touch display which flips back 360 degrees to offer four different usage modes — Laptop, Tablet, Stand, and Tent.

Budget-friendly multimode computing is now affordable with the Lenovo Flex 2 (14 inch), a 14” dual-mode laptop with a touchscreen that flips 300 degrees from laptop to stand mode. The laptop has backlit keyboard and comes in graphite grey colour.

Packing a think and light laptop with slim profile and powered by an AMD processor is what G50 and G40 is all about. They has integrated Dolby advanced audio and comes in Ebony black and silver options.

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Looking for little more power? Lenovo has also launched a multimedia notebook offering a good balance between features & performance. The notebook features 15.6″ HD display with an AccuType keyboard and Dolby advanced audio. The notebook comes in silver and white options.

The 19.5” all-in-one C360 an ideal PC for a family is now very affordable. Sleek and responsive with Lenovo Assistant, the AIO is perfect for everyday use while upgrading storage or memory is hassle-free.

Pricing and Availability

The new range is available at all Lenovo exclusive stores and big retail outlets along with thedostore.com. This range including Lenovo’s Yoga 2, Flex 2, G40/G50, Z50 and C360 AIO will start from Rs. 59,990, Rs. 41,990, Rs. 22,990, Rs. 39,990, Rs. 28, 490 respectively.

Author: Mobile Geek

Loves each and everything related to mobiles including but not limited to poor battery life, slow UI, low resolution display etc.

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