The all-in-one PC B500 combines multimedia and gamer-centric in a robotic and stylish look. This new machine will feature Core 2 Quad, a dedicated GPU, 23-inch 1080p display, 1TB of storage capacity, along with JBL speaker system and motion remote. Unfortunately the B500 price is still unspecified yet.
Although the B500 is said to be a gamer-centric all-in-one the ultra-portable IdeaPad Y550P rules to be Lenovo’s fastest notebooks. The Y550P runs Core-i7 quad-core with dedicated NVIDIA video graphics support, with 15.6-inch screen display and virtual surround playing a role as multimedia portables too. Measuring same 15.6-inch but running Core 2 Duo, IdeaPad U550 is new that takes the concepts of ultra-portables with only 0.94 inches thick while still fitting a DVD burner.
Now let’s move on with energy efficient portables from Lenovo with its CULV-based U150. The U150 will feature 11.6-inch LCD, a 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo and a 250GB hard drive. This unit has been already out for U.S release. While, we have some updates on U350 and S10-2 that both now runs Windows 7 with new organic lid patterns, such as brown leather on the U350 or pseudo-modern floral textures on the S10-2.
Rounding up the decent Lenovo line-up is Core 2 Quad IdeaCentre K300 with optional drives in RAID arrays and a unique hardware power toggle to throttle back the system and save energy. K300 price is still unknown but its sibling H230 is available for $299 giving budget-conscious consumer an entry point.
Probably all systems will make its availability visible and mostly more details on the options and specifications will come.