Lenovo's IdeaPad, IdeaCentre Get Newest AMD, Intel ChipsBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2010-05-12 Email Print
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Lenovo's new ultra-lightweight notebooks, all-in-one computers and desktops and net top device all offer Windows 7 and feature new chips from AMD, Intel and Nvidia.Lenovo has introduced a number of new PCs in multiple form factors, including notebooks, all-in-one PCs, a net top and slim desktop towers. Geared toward consumers, the PCs run Microsoft Windows 7 and feature processor and graphics options from Advanced Micro Devices, Nvidia and Intel.
The newest members of the Lenovo IdeaPad Z series are the Z360, Z560 and Z565 multimedia-rich notebooks. The first two are available with Intel Core processors and Nvidia GeForce graphics, while the Z656 can be configured with AMD Phenom II processors and integrated ATI Mobility Radeon graphics.