When it comes to consumer laptops, “choice” seems to be the main focus of the Lenovo IdeaPad G-Series. With 5 models to chose from (G770, G570, G470, G575, 4575) and with sizes ranging between 14″ to 17″ there’s something for everyone. Again, Lenovo is using its RapidBoot technology to differentiate itself from the competition with a very quick boot of the operating system.

On the hardware side, buyers can opt for the very powerful Intel Core i7 processor, or the AMD Brazos fusion that consumes less power. The choice isn’t so broad in the graphics department, with AMD being the only game in town for the Lenovo G-Series. The Radeon HD 6370M is the base model, but the Lenovo G770 laptop gets “up to” a Radeon HD 6650M. All G-laptops have an optical drive (Blu-Ray, optionally), up to 8GB of RAM and up to 750GB of disk storage.

Processor: Up to Intel Core i7, or AMD Brazos Fusion
Display/Resolution: 13.3 – 17in high-definition Display (1366 x 768)
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6370M up to 1GB VRAM (G770 up to Radeon HD 6650M)
Memory Up to 8GB DDR3 memory
Storage Up to 750GB HDD storage
Optical Drive Integrated DVD read/write or Blu-ray Disc™ drive (option)
Wireless:  Bluetooth & high-speed 802.11n Wi-Fi
Connectivity: USB2.0, 5in1 card reader, HDMI output
Camera: Integrated 2.0M webcam

Other Features Multi-touch touchpad to move things around with two or more fingers; AccuType keyboard with individual rounded keys for comfortable and accurate typing

Weight Starting at 4 lbs
17”: N/A;
15.6”: 14.8 x 9.8 x 0.7 to 1.4”
14”: 13.4 x 9.1 x 0.7 to 1.4;
13.3”: 12.9 x 8.6 x 0.8 to 1.3”

Battery life: N/A

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