Lenovo‘s updated Z Series multimedia notebooks have had in injection of Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors, with the IdeaPad Z570, Z470 and Z370 built around 15.6-, 14- and 13.3-inch displays respectively and a choice of Core i3, i5 or i7 CPUs. The IdeaPad Z470 and Z370 come with eye-catching fuchsia, sky blue or dark brown transparent covers, while the Z570 is a little more sensible with an Accutype chiclet keyboard and metallic-effect casing.
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Sunday, 21 August 2011
Lenovo IdeaPad Z570, Z470 and Z370 with hybrid graphics
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