Lenovo Announces New Laptops, Tablets and AIOs

Lenovo has just revealed its new range of laptops and PCs at MWC 2019. Here's all the specs and pricing into, along with

Lenovo has just revealed its new range of laptops and PCs at Mobile World Congress 2019. Here’s all the specs and pricing information to know, along with our quick description of what to expect from each device.

While Lenovo’s business laptop range is nothing to sniff at, we’ll be focusing just on the new models most relevant to consumers, from laptops to PCs to their one interesting phone/tablet hybrid release.

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Lenovo IdeaPad S540

Lenovo IdeaPad S540This new consumer laptop model boasts an all-aluminum chassis, and it’s available in both 14-inch and 15-inch sizes. It’s a slim build, but the battery is claimed to last up to 12 hours, making it a solid option for anyone in the market for a portable but reliable laptop.

  • Dimensions: 14.1″ x 9.6″ x 0.67″
  • Weight: Starts at 3.97 lbs
  • Intel Core i7 processor
  • OS: Windows 10 Home
  • Up to 16 GB memory
  • Up to 1 TB storage
  • Dolby Audio Speaker System
  • Starts at €799 (About $908)
  • Available April 2019

Lenovo IdeaPad S340

Another consumer laptop that claims to be slimmer and more powerful than ever. The new IdeaPad S340 has 14-inch or 15-inch sizes and either an 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8565U processor or an AMD Ryzen 7 3700U mobile processor. The battery can last up to 10 hours.

This one’s AI-powered, with Amazon Alexa and Microsoft Cortana both built in, allowing users to set up reminders and an ongoing schedule, or use their voice to shop, listen to music, and control smart home devices.

  • 14-inch or 15-inch display
  • Dimensions: 14.09″ x 9.64″ x 0.7″ – 0.76″
  • Up to 16 GB
  • Up to 2 TB storage
  • Battery max: 10 hours
  • Weight: Starts at 3.72 lbs
  • Intel Core i7-8565U processor or AMD Ryzen 7 3700U mobile processor
  • OS: Windows 10 Home
  • Starts at €549 (About $624) for the AMD-based model, which is available April 2019
  • Starts at €599 (About $681) for the Intel-based model, which is available March 2019

Lenovo IdeaPad C340

Lenovo IdeaPad C340

Finally, this new IdeaPad is a 2-in-1 convertible laptop that can be used as a tablet as well. The battery life takes a hit compared to this model’s IdeaPad cousins: it only lasts 8 hours, not 12, though it supports RapidCharge technology.

It comes with a fingerprint reader and an Active Pen support for easily inspired sketch artists. Once again, your two size options are the 14-inch or the 15-inch.

My favorite feature? The “TrueBlock Privacy Shutter,” a physical slide you can close to keep your PC’s webcam in the dark when turned off. It’s the little things.

  • 14-inch display dimensions: 12.91″ x 9.01″ x 0.7″
  • 15-inch display dimensions: 14.33″ x 9.84″ x 0.81″
  • Up to Intel Core i7-8565U Processor
  • Latest NVIDIA® Graphics (N17S-G0)
  • Up to 16 GB memory
  • Up to 512 GB + 1 TB storage
  • OS: Windows 10 Home
  • Starts at €599 (About $681)
  • Available March 2019

Lenovo Tab V7 Tablet/Phone

Lenovo Tab V7Yes, you read that right – Lenovo has revealed a tablet/phone hybrid, or as Lenovo puts it, “a tablet with the DNA of a smartphone.” It’s Lenovo’s way of offering the bigger screen that consumers want, with a 6.9-inch HD display, while still fitting in your back pocket (provided you have a large one). The device has a 81 percent screen-to-body ratio, complete with bezels.

The processing power should be great, thanks to the octa-core Snapdragon 450, and the 5180 mAh battery will last you all day (30 hours of audio, or 10 hours of video/browsing). The camera specs are okay but not amazing. This device is definitely aimed at people who enjoy watching video on the go. It also works well as a kid-distracter when you need a portable entertainment system.

  • 6.9-inch Full HD display
  • 18:9 display ratio
  • 7.89 mm size
  • 195 grams weight
  • 13-megapixel rear camera
  • 5-megapixel front-facing camera
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB memory with 128GB microSD expansion
  • 5180 mAh battery
  • Rear fingerprint unlock
  • Front facial recognition unlock
  • Android 9.0 Pie
  • Starts at €249 (about $283)
  • Available April 2019

Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO A340

IdeaCentre AIO A340Lenovo’s new consumer PC model comes with a streamlined, modernist stand made out of a single strip of curved steel. The 24-inch HD display for the AIO A340 comes with thinner bezels than the previous model, with a choice of two different processors: The Intel Core i5-8400T or the 7th generation AMD A9-9425. Either way, it’ll look stylish in your home.

  • 24-inch Full HD display
  • Intel Core i5-8400T or 7th generation AMD A9-9425 processor
  • 8 GB memory
  • 1 TB HDD storage
  • OS: Windows 10 Home
  • Camera: 720P
  • Audio: 2 x 3W Stereo Speaker
  • Starts at €599 (About $680)
  • Available March 2019

Should You Buy Them?

Lenovo’s new models all seem to be holding up to the company’s reputation for well-built products. If you’re a Lenovo fan, there’s a lot of enjoy, from the processing power to the sleek designs.

If you’re in the US, however, you’ll have to wait for pricing confirmation. Lenovo hasn’t made their U.S. prices available yet, so watch this space for updates.

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