Lenovo IdeaPad Y650

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

When I say "lenovo," I usually think about laptops that get the job done, no matter the price, and no matter where you are. Sometimes, they go through fire, sand, and smoke, and to do that, you really don't need a sexy design. In fact, most lenovo laptops I've seen were looking good, without trying to impress, or deliver a visual feast. Now, things seem to have changed because the new lenovo 16-inch IdeaPad Y650 looks impressive, while keeping a sober design. You can look at the image above and drop a comment if you think I am not right - after all, this is only my personal opinion. The good part of the story is that the three models belonging to the IdeaPad Y650 range became available sooner than expected, and the even better part of the story is the feature list, as you're going to see below.

- 16-inch LCD with a 1366x768 resolution

- Base model powered by a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU with a GMA X4500 integrated graphics chipset and 3GB of RAM, running Windows Vista Home Premium.

- Mid-range model adding a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce G105M graphics chipset with 256MB of memory, while using the 64-bit version of Windows Vista Home Premium.

- The flagship of the range gets a faster 2.53GHz Core 2 Duo CPU and a total 4GB of RAM.

- All models have a 320GB, 5,400RPM hard drive, and a DVD recorder built-in.

- At last, there's a six-cell battery, as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Unfortunately, pricing doesn't look that sexy to my eyes, with $1,300 for the entry-range model, $1,350 for the next one, and going as high as $1,400 for the high-end IdeaPad Y650. On the other hand, you'll get a lot for your money, so it's not such a bad deal grabbing a new lenovo IdeaPad Y650, either...


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