One of Lenovo’s enduring qualities would be the kind of build quality and finish that it comes in. Sure, no hardware manufacturer is able to churn out 100% foolproof devices all the time, and the longer you are in the business without releasing something defective, it means you are only one moment closer to such a particular moment. Still, many people have championed Lenovo’s durability in their ThinkPad range of products, and hopefully, some of the ThinkPad DNA would be carried over to the refreshed Lenovo IdeaPad S400 Touch, S500 Touch and S210 Touch models.
The Lenovo S Series laptops were specially designed to be elegant in nature, offering a decent amount of performance without having to break the bank. It comes with a tactile metallic finish, measuring a mere 0.8” in thickness and tipped the scales from just 3 pounds alone. Both the IdeaPad S400 and S500 can be configured to feature 3rd generation Intel Core i5 processors, with the option for discrete graphics, while the IdeaPad S210 has up to 3rd generation Intel Core i3 processors. Regardless of which model you select, all three of them come with Dolby Advance Audio v2 certification, Lenovo Companion, Lenovo Support and Lenovo Cloud applications. The IdeaPad S210 Touch, S400 Touch and S500 Touch will retail for $429, $449, and $579, respectively, from the beginning of this summer onwards.
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