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If you participated in Lenovo’s LSS 2020 Online Launch live event, chances are you were bombarded with a lot of new gadgets from the company from laptops to tablets to smart watches to smart vacuums! Here’s a comprehensive list of what Lenovo launched in their recent event for you to narrow down your search for your gadget from Lenovo.
Let’s start with the laptops.
Sitting at the flagship corner are the Yoga S and C series laptops. Lenovo updated every single one of them like the Yoga S730, which starts at ₱54,995, can now be configured to have up to a 10th gen Intel Core i7 processor, while the Yoga S740, which starts at ₱66,995, can now have up to an Intel Core i9 9th gen processor. And the flagship model Yoga S940 as its new variant which is available for ₱119,995 now comes with a 10th gen Intel Core i7 processor.
Meanwhile the 2-in-1 convertible Yoga C640 now has a more affordable variant powered by a 10th gen Intel Core i5 for ₱54,995. And lastly, the Yoga C940 can now be configured up to a 10th gen Intel Core i7 processor.
The IdeaPad Flex 5 is a 2-in-1 laptop that combines portability and power. You can choose from a variety of configurations depending on your needs. It’s also available in 2 sizes, 14″ and 15.6″. There are 3 colors available upon launch, Platinum Gray, Teal, Graphite Gray, and more to come soon. Digital artists will definitely be delighted with this as the IdeaPad Flex 5 has an IPS display for accurate colors plus Lenovo is bundling the Digital Pen for free! The IdeaPad Flex 5 is also bundled with a lifetime license of MS Office 2019 worth ₱6,995. The IdeaPad Flex 5 will be available June 2020.
There’s also going to be an 11″ version that will be available this month.
Next up is the IdeaPad Slim 5. The Slim 5 is similar to the Flex series sans the 2-in-1 function. The Slim 5 is geared towards modern professionals with its sleek and stealthy look. It comes with a physical webcam shutter for privacy and has enterprise-level security and connectivity. It also has the latest USB-C port capable of DisplayPort video output. The IdeaPad Slim 5 is also available in 2 sizes, 14″ and 15.6″, with the latter having a numpad on the keyboard. All variants come with a lifetime license of MS Office Home & Student worth ₱6,995.
The IdeaPad Slim 3 is Lenovo‘s most basic laptops yet. The entry level laptop, if you will. But don’t let the price deceive you as these devices definitely pack a punch, especially at its price range. You can get a free lifetime license of MS Office Home & Student starting with the ₱39,995 variant.
All laptops up to this point comes bundled with the newest B210 laptop backpack from Lenovo worth ₱2,995. Also, with Lenovo throwing around the acronym LSS everywhere, it just doesn’t mean Lenovo Summer Sale. Lenovo has a bunch of trick up its sleeve. One meaning of LSS is Lenovo Shipment Support. Lenovo partnered with GrabExpress to deliver your machine anywhere within Metro Manila with insurance of up to ₱10,000.
Another meaning of LSS is Lenovo Special Surprise, where Lenovo partnered with Lazada to bring you ₱40,000 worth of exciting freebies, depending of course on the model you get.
Promo starts June 1, 2020, where you can get either ₱40,000 or ₱20,000 worth of freebies depending on which laptop you get. You can already preorder your unit at your favorite resellers.
Lenovo also brings to the Philippines its lineup of Chromebooks. Chromebooks are known to be very affordable machines installed with ChromeOS, commonly found in educational institutions. Lenovo’s lineup of 2020 Chromebooks promises to have thinner and lighter designs, a wide range of CPU options for different use cases, narrow bezels, user-facing dual speakers and stylus support. There will be 3 variants of the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3 Chromebook starting at ₱13,995, equipped with Intel Celeron N4020 processor. There will also be a Flex and Slim version of Chromebooks with the Flex 3 at ₱20,995 that sports an Intel Celeron N4020 and the upcoming Flex 5 which starts at ₱31,995 will have up to a 10th-gen Intel i5 processor.
Lenovo also launched a number of smart devices. Let’s start with their lineup of robot vacuums.
First is the Lenovo T1 which comes with its own dust bin. This vacuum is hands-free because you can control it via an app in your phone or even schedule it every morning before you even wake up and never bother about sweeping your floors first thing in the morning again. The T1 never loses its way and gets out of troubles easily with its laser-precision mapping. It also has a long battery life thanks to its 5,200mAh capacity. You also don’t have to worry about replacement parts as Lenovo made it to be easily replaceable with a mop head.
You can get the Lenovo Robot Vacuum T1 for ₱19,995 and the T1 Pro, which is the one with the dust bin, for ₱24,995.
A more basic version of the T1 due to its smaller battery and fewer sensors. You can get the E1 for ₱9,995.
Aimed to provide users a smarter home experience, Lenovo launched a slew of tabs that will function as smart home hubs via Google Assistant. The tablets come with a smart charging station, worth ₱2,995 separately.
Here’s an overview of the tablets
And we’re not finished yet as Lenovo also launched a number of smart accessories to go with your new devices.
Lenovo introduced 3 new headsets with Bluetooth 5.0 support. Can’t say much about these until we get some samples to review but here’s the prices:
Armed with a Nordic 5283 processor, the Smartwatch S2 is more geared towards your health. It can track sleep performance and outdoor movement, and can also measure motion speed and heart rate. The device seems sturdy for day-to-day usage thanks to its zinc alloy frame, tempered glass display and 3ATM water resistance. You can grab the S2 for ₱2,995.
If you find yourself in the middle of nowhere with no sockets and needed extra juice, this USB-C laptop powerbank can charge your machine in no time giving you another 48Wh of battery life. Thanks to its 2 integrated USB-A ports, you can also charge your smartphone.
Lenovo is bringing back their smartphones to the Philippine market. They only released select models from before but that’s because they’re launching a new lineup of phones soon, so stay tuned.
Now that’s a handful of devices in a single launch. To check Lenovo’s Summer Sale you can head on to the Lenovo Mobile Flagship store on Lazada. Also check out Lenovo‘s official social media pages for more info on availability and participating resellers.
You can check out the facebook pages for Lenovo Philippines and Lenovo Legion.