Lenovo debuts its newest models in its line of affordable mainstream laptops, the G570, G470, G575, and G475.CES 2011
Lenovo debuts its newest models in its line of affordable mainstream laptops, the G570, G470, G575, and G475.
When it rains, it pours. Lenovo today launched new models in its G series of affordable mainstream laptops at the Consumer Electronics Show. The newest G Series models—namely the G570, G470, G575, and G475—can be configured with up to a dual-core Intel Core i7 processor, or AMD Brazos Fusion APU. Other configurable options are memory (up to 8GB DDR3), hard drive (750GB), optical drive (DVD and Blu-ray), and Video graphics (AMD Radeon HD 6730 up to 1GB, except for the G770, which can be configured up to the AMD Radeon 6650
[RELATED_ARTICLE]The 13.3-inch IdeaPad G470 measures 12.9 by 8.6 by 0.8/1.3 inches (HWD), while the 14-inch G570 measures 13.4 by 9.1 by 0.7/1.4 and the 15.6-inch G4575 and G575 measures 14.8 by 9.8 by 0.7/1.4 inches. Dimensions for the 17-inch G770's measurements are yet to be announced.
All four new models sport a 1,366 by 768 display, a multitouch touchpad, and wireless connectivity in the form of 802.11n and Bluetooth 1. All four also feature an integrated 2.0-megapixel Webcam, USB 2.0 ports, 5-in-1 reader, HDMI port. Bundled software includes Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7 with RapidBoot technology.
Availability and pricing for the new IdeaPad G Series laptops are yet to be announced.
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