Lenovo on Tuesday unveiled an expansion of its consumer laptop lineup, including new models in the IdeaPad Z and U families.
The new laptops include IdeaPad Z360 and IdeaPad Z560 which also brings along a variant – IdeaPad Z565 laptop. These new IdeaPad Z series are pepped with Intel Core 2010 family of mobile processors with Nvidia GeForce graphics. Additionally, the IdeaPad Z line features DDR3 RAM (up to 8GB), DirectShare technology for DropBox like syncing of your important files across multiple computers. Rounding out the experience is a standard plethora of ports including USB 2.0, eSATA, BlueTooth, 802.11n WiFi, a 5-in-1 card reader and a webcam.
The IdeaPad Z360 and Z560 will be available in June, along with the AMD powered IdeaPad Z565, and base models of the IdeaPad Z series start at $649.