As delightful as desktop computers were for the home, you couldn't disregard the fact that they were big, huge and rather unattractive. The advent of the laptop was welcomed with open arms. Small, immaculate and portable, this took home computing to a whole different level and truly raised the bar. There was the conceivable flooding of the market, and models with high laptop prices jostled for shelf space alongside inexpensive, and sometimes inferior, machines. All the top names wanted to be in on the act, ‘Lenovo laptop’ being no exception. And Lenovo laptop prices won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
Lenovo laptops only use ‘Intel core i’ processors, generally regarded as the best available. These obviously differ in capacity and memory. One of the budget models, the Lenovo Laptop G560 59-055709 contains an Intel Core i3 Processor. The internal memory is 3GB and the hard drive size is 320GB. The operating system is Genuine Windows® 7 Home Basic and it has a screen size of 15.6” inches. Neat and stylish, this Lenovo laptop has cornered the market for those just wanting a laptop to use for home and business purposes.
For students who need a laptop that can handle vast quantities of data, try Lenovo Laptop Y560 59-051026. It is tailor made for students and the Intel Core i5 processors guarantee that you will be able to achieve any complicated course work with ease, in whatever subject. The 4GB ram is expandable to a mighty 8 GB, sufficient to hold even those byzantine applications which go hand in hand with subjects such as science and math. The 15.6" screen of this Lenovo laptop is HD Led Back Light Display, ensuring everything is seen with crystal clear clarity.