Lenovo becomes of the first to embrace Intel's new Huron River chips, in both its Personal and Business notebooks
Lenovo welcomes Intel's Huron River

Lenovo has launched its new range of consumer and business notebooks for 2011, in addition to all-in-one devices.

The company now becomes one of  the first PC makers to feature Intel's 2nd generation 32-nm 'Huron River' chips in their machines.

In the consumer notebook segment, Lenovo has launched new models of the Z, and G series. While the Z series offerings boast of superior power saving capabilities and better visual appeal inc;uding HD LED display capabilities, the entry-level G series notebooks aim to offer enterprise-class notebook features at substantially low costs.

Speaking about the all-in-one offerings, Rajesh Thadani, Director - Consumer Business Unit Lenovo said, "We are proud to have a 50% market share in all-in-ones. We are now adding touch and 3D capabilities to our upcoming models in 2011."


On the business notebook segment, Lenovo has announced features like keyboard noise reduction aimed at making VoIP calls more pleasant, USB capabilities even while the notebook is on switched off mode.

March 23 2011