Lenovo recently launched the IdeaPad Y470, Y570 And Y560d notebooks at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas. These devices are powered by the Windows 7 operating system and high-performance processors, packed with innovative tools and features. Lenovo claims that, the latest IdeaPad notebooks are more responsive as compared to the Apple’s MacBook Air.
Lenovo’s RapidBoot technology allows you to start your PC, 20 seconds faster than a typical Windows 7 computer. The new Y470 and Y570 laptops can boot in less than 10 seconds, thanks to the RapidDrive SSD technology, which uses the SSD and HDD storage to combine fast boot and application performance with affordable storage capacity.
These devices are powered by the 2nd Generation Intel Core processors with Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and a 1 GB NVIDIA GT 550M switchable graphics. It features a 2 megapixel integrated camera, 4 hours battery life, up to 1 TB HDD storage, up to 8 GB memory, TV-out, Genuine Windows 7 OS and more. The Lenovo Y570d laptop comes with the Nvidia’s 3D vision capabilities which allows you to enjoy movies, photos and games just by putting on the included 3D glasses.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y Series are priced from $899.99. These devices will go on sale from May 2011. Check out the complete specs below.
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