Lenovo slims down with IdeaPad 720S and 320S laptops
Consider the new Lenovo Idea pad 320s and 720s the rich relatives in this otherwise mainstream family of laptops.
BS stands for slim and they definitely are compared to mates.
The 320S will be available in 14 and 15.6 inch versions Both with full HD [UNKNOWN] displays, surrounded by a narrow basal for cleaner look, it puts more screen in less space.
They also come with [UNKNOWN] keyboards and windows precision touch pad standards.
Configuration will feature [UNKNOWN] intel core 7 processors, 8 gigs of memory and PCIESST for storage.
And while the 14 inch has integrated graphics the 15 will have an NVIDIA 940 MX GPU giving you a little more power for casual gaming and photo and video work.
Moving up to the 14 inch 720s gets you an aluminum and magnesium body instead of the 320's plastic chaise.
Double the memory, a 940 MX graphics card and an optional fingerprint reader with Windows Hello support and while both have USB type C ports, only the 720S's has Thunderbolt.
Support the 14 inch idea pad 720 starts at $970 while the 14 inch pad 320S starts at $740 with the based 15 inch version going for $750.
All will be available starting in June.
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