Lenovo recently launched its new lineup of Yoga and IdeaPad laptops, all of which are part of the company’s initiative to turn all the models under both product families into ultrabooks that are not only less than 20mm thick but also weigh less than 2 kilograms. A total of six new models have been launched in the Philippines, some of which will be available in several variants and configurations.
Leading the pack of the new Yoga laptops is the new S940, which measures just 12.2 mm thin and weighs only 1.2 kg. It features what the company calls Contour Glass which wraps around the display to not only make the edges smoother but also make the edges look thinner. It’s powered by up to an Intel Core i7-8565U processor and its top-end variant will be available for PHP 115,995. Launching along with the S940 is the Yoga S730, which is lighter and thinner than the S940, measuring only 11.9 mm and weighs only 1.1 kg. The top-end model of the S730 will be available for PHP 69,996.
As for the IdeaPad family, Lenovo is launching a total of four new models that cover several pricing brackets. The IdeaPad S540 will come in six variants with a top-end model that’s equipped with an Intel Core i7-8565U processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 GPU for an SRP of PHP 69,995. There’s also the smaller IdeaPad S340, with its 14-inch display, which can also be configured with up to an Intel Core i7-8565U.
The last two models are the IdeaPad C340, which features a 360-degree hinge and up to an 8th gen Intel Core i7 processor, and the super affordable IdeaPad S145, which is priced at only around PHP 18,995.
All the new models are now available at select retailers and the new Yoga ultrabooks are backed by Lenovo’s 2-year Premium Care Support which includes 24/7 support, zero dead pixel tolerance, and on-site warranty.