Lenovo announces the arrival of its new entry-level laptop, the IdeaPad 1, in Brazil. The machine, which replaces the Ideapad 3, which will be discontinued, aims to be a companion for productivity and entertainment.
Staying true to the tradition of the series, The model has an ultra-thin and practical appearance.. Weighing in at around 1.4 kg, the device is an easy option for short trips to and from the office.
IdeaPad 1 Features
IdeaPad 1 launches with 14-inch or 15-inch HD display options With a maximum brightness of 220 nits. According to the brand, both versions offer a very thin frame with up to 87% usable area.
internally, laptops use 12th generation Intel or AMD chips and Intel Iris XE or AMD Radeon integrated graphics. Consumers can still mount the machine with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of SSD storage.
On the software side, the IdeaPad 1 comes with the factory-installed Windows 11 operating system and Lenovo Vantage support. For daily use, the computer has a preinstalled version of Microsoft Office.
The IdeaPad 1 even features a shutter-release HD webcam and dual array microphones with noise canceling support, providing a basic video calling experience. In addition, the laptop has two 1.5 W speakers with Dolby Audio technology.
The model has USB-C, USB-A, HDMI and SD card reader ports, as well as Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connections. Closing the package means that, according to the manufacturer, the device is up to 10 hours of battery life away from the outlet.
How much does the IdeaPad 1 cost?
The IdeaPad 1 enters the Brazilian market in two color options: blue and gray. Available from March 2023, the entry-level laptop can be found starting at R$2,599,99.
Source: Tec Mundo
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