A total of 10 laptops of varying specifications have launched in the Philippines. These are spearheaded by the ultrabook lineup of Lenovo — IdeaPad and YOGA. Whether you’re looking for a budget slim notebook or a powerful thin & light, Lenovo has you covered.
The following IdeaPad and YOGA laptops feature 10th Generation Intel Core processors with Wi-Fi 6 support for faster and better internet coverage. There’s also ThunberBolt 3 and Intel Optane Memory H10 support. For those who’re planning to purchase starting with the YOGA S940 or IdeaPad S540, Lenovo is including a FREE Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 perpetual license worth PHP 6,995.
That said, the most exciting part about the new Lenovo laptops are the inclusion of Solid State Drive instead of the standard Hard Disk Drive. This gives a huge boost in loading performance and transferring files, and the best part is that it’s also available on lower-end tier.
IdeaPad S145 and S130
Lenovo IdeaPad S130 features an Intel Celeron N4000 with up to 8 hours of battery life. Weighing 1.47kg with 17.7mm thinness, the entry-level laptop makes use of an 11.6″ HD TN Anti-Glade display that can go up to 250 nits brightness. The S145, on the other hand, supports up to i7-8565U and Nvidia MX110 GPU. It can come with a 512GB SSD or a hybrid 1TB HDD and 128GB SSD.
The price of S130 is P15,995 while the S145 starts at P18,995.
IdeaPad S540, S340, and C340
For those who want performance out of a thin laptop, both the IdeaPad S540 and S340 delivers up to Intel Core i7-10510U with Nvidia MX250. While the S340 comes with FHD display, the S540 has the option for a QHD panel. It even features dual fan and dual-heat pipe for proper thermal management. In the case of Ideapad C340, it’s a 2-in-1 convertible with a slightly less powerful but capable processor that goes up to i7-1065G7 with Intel Iris Plus G7 graphics. In some models, it’s equipped with Nvidia MX230 GPU. Some neat features include backlit keyboard, Rapid Charge, and multi-touch screen with active pen support.
The price of IdeaPad C340 starts at P25,995 while the S340 and S540 start at P39,995 and P49,995 respectively.
YOGA C640, C740, and C940
Another 2-in-1 convertible laptop with a metal chassis is the YOGA C640. It’s a small laptop with its 13.3″ FHD IPS screen. Arguably, it has the longest battery life with Lenovo claiming up to 20 hours. If a bigger alternative is what you need, the YOGA C740 packs more features, like FHD VESAHDR, up to i7-10510U (same with C640), and 14″ and 15″ display size options. But should you need the full package, the YOGA C940 has a 360-degree hinge featuring an all-metal chassis. It’s equipped with an i7-1065G7 processor and Intel Iris Plus Graphics G7
integrated graphics. It supports Wi-Fi 6 and Garage Pen for sketching. You can use it for up to 18 hours, too.
The YOGA C640 is priced at P64,995 while the C740 starts at P69,995. As for the YOGA C940, it will set you back at P99,995.
YOGA S740 and S940
Stepping up the build and performance up a notch, Yoga S740 delivers up to i7-1065G7 processor with an option for a GTX 1650 GPU or Nvidia MX250. The display that comes in 14″ and 15.6″ sizes support VESA400 HDR. There’s also Dolby Atmos speaker and up to 15 hours of battery life.
At the top of Lenovo’s YOGA list is the S940. The company claims it as the world’s first laptop to have contour glass for smoother edges. There’s a 14″ screen that supports VESA400 HDR, 500 nits peak brightness, and a dazzling 4K resolution. It’s equipped with Intel Core i7-1065G7 with Intel Iris Plus Graphics G7 integrated. Measuring 1.2kg and 12.2mm thin, it boasts up to 16 hours of battery life.
The price of YOGA S740 starst at P74,995 while the Yoga S940 will set you back at P119,995.