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Lenovo launches IdeaPad Y460 and Y560 Notebooks

Lenovo launches IdeaPad Y460 and Y560 Notebooks

Bangalore: PC maker Lenovo has launched a new range of multimedia notebooks. The new line up called the Y-Series comprise of the Lenovo IdeaPad Y460 and Lenovo IdeaPad Y560. The prices of the notebooks start at around Rs. 46,235 and are available across stores in India.

The IdeaPad Y460 has a 14 inch HD LED screen display and runs on Intel Core i5 processor. It has Windows 7 as the operating system and comes bundled with a variety of softwares. Weighing 2.2 kg, the notebook has dimensions of 340 X 20-33 X 235mm. The Y460 has a 1.3MP integrated web camera and its connectivity options include 3 USB ports, one card slot, one multi card reader slot, Mic-in, headphone, and HDMI.

IdeaPad Y460 has a memory up to 8GB DDR3 DRAM and has a storage capacity up to 320GB. It comes with a 6 cell battery that gives a running time of approximately five hours.

The IdeaPad Y560 sports a 15 inch display screen and is powered by Inter Core processor. It includes an ATI Radeon HD5730 1GB graphics card, an optional Blu-ray Disc drive, as well as an HDMI output for connecting to other HD devices.

The notebook can be configured to 8GB DDR3 and can have an additional storage of 750GB HDD. It also has Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth connectivity.

The Lenovo Y Series notebooks have the one key theatre feature with JBL speakers, Dolby Headphone technology, and multi-touch touchpad that enhance movie viewing experience. They also come with safety applications like Lenovo Veriface Face recognition technology and One-Key rescue system.


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