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February 10, 2010

Lenovo releases new desktop, notebooks

Support AMD Turion and Athlon processors, and ATI graphics

By CBR Staff Writer

Lenovo has extended its family of consumer-oriented PCs with the launch of three new PCs, G455 and G555 notebooks and the C315 all-in-one desktop..

The new laptops are based on AMD Turion or Athlon processors and include ATI graphics and Lenovo applications such as OneKey Rescue System and Energy Management on the G455 and G555 and IdeaTouch multitouch applications on the C315.

Dion Weisler, vice president of business operations at Lenovo, said: Our new G series notebooks and C series all-in-one desktop are designed for users who want a simple but powerful computing experience without any headaches. By working closely with AMD engineers and leveraging AMD advanced technologies, we have created products that offer superior performance in the areas of graphics and power efficiency at an affordable price point.”

According to Lenovo, the G445 and G555 notebooks include 16:9 widescreen high-definition displays, and support up to an AMD Turion™ II Dual-Core processor and ATI Radeon™ HD integrated graphics. It offers high definition video and DirectX 10 for running Windows 7 as graphics features such as Aero Peek and Aero Flip. The notebooks also support VeriFace facial recognition for logging on to the PC.

The C315 comes with a 20-inch, high-definition 16:9 widescreen display and NaturalTouch touch screen technology. It features AMD Athlon dual core processors, 4GB of memory, ATI Mobility Radeon graphics, and IdeaTouch, a suite of touch-optimised multimedia applications that includes PowerCinema, AutoCollage and VeriTouch software.

The Lenovo G455 and G555 notebooks start at $449 and are expected be available in the US beginning in March. The starting price of the Lenovo C315 all-in-one desktop is $649 and is expected to be available in the US beginning in April.

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