Lenovo is trying to get a leg up on its competitors by announcing its new laptops ahead of the Back to School season, when most PC manufacturers unveil their new products. Lenovo has unveiled new IdeaPads today, a more powerful Flex model, and it has even launched a new gaming laptop. Clearly, it’s new lineup of notebooks has something for everyone.

The Lenovo IdeaPad lineup has been refreshed. The 14, 15 and 17 inch models now have a slimmer and more sleek design. Customization options are plenty. They can be configured with up to Core i7 processors. Prices start at $440. All models come with Windows 10 out of the box.

The company has also launched a new gaming laptop, the Legion Y920. It has a 17 inch display with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics processor that touts 8GB of DDR5 RAM.

It has a backlit mechanical keyboard and is VR-ready. Prices start at $2,700 so it’s not exactly going to be everyone’s notebook of choice. The new gaming laptop from Lenovo will be available for purchase next month.

Lenovo has also launched new Flex 5 models in 14 and 15 inch sizes. An optional 4K display can be configured, but all models come with NVIDIA GeForce GT940MX graphics card and Windows 10. Active pen support is also optional. Prices start at $750 and they will be available for purchase later this month.

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