The local Windows 8 parade is in full swing, folks! Lenovo, a brand known for awesome computers, recently introduced to the market four new devices riding on Microsoft's latest OS. All of 'em are touch-enabled, including one that seems to have been inspired by the ultra-flexible moves of our deepest, sexiest, bedroom dreams.
Check out the hot hardware-packin' lot below.
Lenovo IdeaPad S210 Touch
Deemed as a basic, entry-level addition to Lenovo's notebook bunch, the s210 Touch still comes with enough hardware that can attract geeks, especially those who are on a budget. It boasts of a relatively slim facade and overall business-y look outside and a third-gen Intel core i3 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 500GB of storage inside. It also hosts a 12-inch display with 10-point multi-touch, which is a fancy way of saying it supports more fingers and gestures for a better touch experience.
Get it: Available later this month starting at P21,995
Lenovo IdeaPad S400 Touch
Why hello there, beauties!
A bit higher up the hardware scale is the S400 Touch. For starters, it's powered by a third-gen Intel Core i3 or i5 processor that's partnered with up to 8GB of RAM. Storage comes at 500GB with up to 24GB of solid-state capacity for faster operation. The touchscreen's larger on this one, too, coming in at 14 inches. For gamers and those with visuals in mind, the S400 Touch packs AMD Radeon 7450M graphics for better eye-candy.
Get it: Available later this month for P27,995 (Core i3) and P32,995 (Core i5).