Lenovo Updates Its Consumer Lineups

Posted on August 29, 2019 by Paul Thurrott in Android, Chrome OS, Chromebook, Hardware, Windows 10 with 11 Comments

Today, Lenovo announced new Chromebooks, Windows 10 PCs, and displays aimed at the consumer market. The announcements come ahead of IFA, at which we’re expecting to see a tsunami of new PC and device designs.

“When the personal devices we rely on to keep us connected, entertained and more productive get smarter, we may first notice the added convenience,” the Lenovo announcement notes. “By engineering intuitive, adaptive, time-saving features, we’re showing how smart products are improving the quality of life and wellbeing for people. Here are some of the latest innovations showcasing at Tech Life, Lenovo’s annual holiday event during IFA.”

Here’s what’s new.

13-inch ​IdeaPad S540 laptop is an ultra-slim, all-aluminum AIO design with a QHD option, Dolby Audio, up to 10th generation Intel Core or AMD Ryzen 7 processors, Cortana and Alexa voice capabilities, and RapidCharge. It will start at €799.00 when it arrives in October 2019.

13-inch​ IdeaPad S340 laptop arrives with Windows 10, up to 10th generation Intel Core processors, up to 16 GB of RAM, and up to NVIDIA GeForce MX250 graphics. It weighs just 2.8 pounds, comes in three fun colors, provides Dolby Audio, and provides up to 8 hours of battery life. No word on pricing or availability yet.

24-inch IdeaCentre A540 is a stylish AIO desktop that comes in two display sizes and provides a wireless charging pad in its base. It will ship with up to 9th generation Intel Core i7 processors and discrete AMD Radeon RX560 graphics, and an AMD Ryzen CPU option will also available on the 24-inch model. 10-point touchscreen is optional on either display size. The 24-inch version will start at €799.00 and the 27-inch model will start at €999.00; both will be available starting September 2019.

Lenovo Chromebook C340 convertible laptop is available in Sand Pink or Platinum Grey with a 360-hinge and touchscreen, and two display sizes, 11-inch and 15-inch. The 15-inch model provides more storage (up to 128 GB eMMC), a numeric keypad, an optional backlit keyboard, and up to an Intel Core i3 mobile processor. The 11-inch models will start at €299.00 and will ship in August. The 15-inch models start at €449.00 and will be available starting in September.

14-inch Lenovo Chromebook S340 laptop is available with optional Intel processors, built-in virus protection, and a battery life of up to 10 hours. It weighs 3 pounds, will start at €299.00 and will ship in August.

In addition to these offerings, Lenovo also announced a 28-inch L28u​ monitor (€349.00, October) and a 34-inch curved G34w Gaming Monitor €599.00 (February 2020), plus two tablets, the Lenovo Tab M7 (€139) and Lenovo Tab M8 (€159) with Wi-Fi and LTE options.

 

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Comments (11)

11 responses to “Lenovo Updates Its Consumer Lineups”

  1. brduffy

    Hmmmmm, I don't see a track pad on that second image! Have they gone all minority report on us?! :-D

  2. anthonye1778

    Interesting and stylish, aesthetically pleasing lineup. That A540 AIO looks especially cool. But let's be real, I haven't bought a single Lenovo product since the spyware incident. I just don't trust them anymore.

  3. beckerrt

    Bring on IFA! Crazy, but I am way more interested in the laptop market developments than what's going on in the smartphone world. Guess the "post-PC" era is getting delayed?

  4. pascal.b

    It looks like they finally got the Ctrl + Fn key layout sorted out.

  5. JVarde

    Why do you refer to the IdeaPad S540 laptop as "AIO"? Aren't all decent laptops All In One? Also, I don't see a track pad even after zooming in.

  6. brettscoast

    Good post. Have to hand it to Lenovo they are certainly creative and proactive in their hardware design. They offer a wide variety of highly desirable consumer products at competitive prices.

  7. MikeGalos

    Oddly, Lenovo didn't call out their Chromebooks in the headline and didn't include them until right before monitors and other accessories. Guess this site thinks Chromebooks are the big headline.

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