Whatever your thoughts of Lenovo, one thing is certain: they’re not an important player in the competitive ultrabook market. Up until now, the company’s signature devices were more traditional, bulky even. However, with the launch of the new Lenovo IdeaPad 710S Plus notebook, it would seem like things are about to change for the Chinese manufacturer.
Lenovo’s latest 2-in-1 laptop is called the Lenovo Miix 510. It’s a detachable 2-in-1, meaning the 12.2 inch screen can be separated from the keyboard – turning the device into a portable tablet. The 80U10066US model I’ll be reviewing today offers some real competition to other ultralight devices currently on the market.
Lenovo’s 2-in-1 convertible notebook series has just been refreshed with a couple of new models. The Lenovo Flex 4 80VD0007US model I’ll review today is a sturdy, mid-range touch enabled convertible laptop that comes with good hardware and plenty of features for a sub $750 laptop (as of 11/1/2016).
Lenovo’s new Ideapad 510s ultrabook model, the 80TK002GUS is a lightweight, powerful and versatile laptop, perfect for travelling professionals, home offices or even college students.
Lenovo recently unveiled a new mid-range laptop as a direct competitor to the ASUS K501 series – the Lenovo IdeaPad 700 80RU00FEUS. Although not as good looking, the robustness, reliability and general sturdiness of this portable computer will score high marks for those who want a dependable device, alongside the surprising specs.