Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y480 was introduced at CES this year, and made a brief appearance on Amazon’s website before being pulled off. Now it looks like the notebook has surfaced again, this time at the offices of the FCC. While the FCC visit doesn’t really give us any new details about the IdeaPad Y480, it does mean that the notebook is one step closer to hitting the stores.
The IdeaPad Y480 is a high-performance notebook designed to be a desktop replacement. It features an Intel Core i7 processor, a 14″ or 15.6″ display, Dolby Home Theater technology and JBL-designed speakers, up to 8GB of RAM, up to 1TB HDD, DVD or Blu-ray drive, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, a memory card reader, HDMI support and a 1-megapixel HD webcam. Pricing for the notebook should start at $999.
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