PC titan Lenovo has just unveiled two new Windows 8-packin' notebooks that tell us things are really starting to take off locally for Microsoft's latest OS gem. And, just like other next-gen devices, these metallic spawns have the stuff that make us wish we have been spending less on inuman sessions. Damn you, Sin Tax! Anyway, get to know each one better below.
Lenovo IdeaPad Z400
The IdeaPad Z400 sports a smooth and shiny metallic case giving it a more elegant and professional look. It's pretty thin and light, too, measuring just 26mm thick and weighing only about 4.5lbs. On the inside, you've got a third-gen Intel Core chip (from i3 to i7 depending on the variant), up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a healthy 1TB HDD storage, and the usual wireless connectivity features such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
This one also comes with a 14-inch (1366 x 768 resolution) display as well as Intel HD 4000 graphics and even a discrete Nvidia GPU for better performance in the eye-candy department. Rounding the list of nifty features for the IdeaPad Z400 is a 720p HD webcam for your online video telebabads, a 4-cell lithium-polymer battery that grants up to five hours of juice, a backlit keyboard, and a built-in disc drive.