Lenovo recently unveils the innovative Z-series laptops consists of the IdeaPad Z400 and Z500. These latest additions to the devices that will make you do are designed to provide users with a revolutionized interaction with their PC.

“The Z series blends fashion, form, and function to address the evolving needs of Filipino consumers looking for a slim, versatile, and intuitive personal computer with great multimedia and multi-touch features at a competitive price point,” said Lenovo Philippines Country Manager Vicky Agorilla.

Even though it is slim, the Z series is not an Ultrabook. These are standard laptops that are 25% slimmer than its kin. The IdeaPad Z400 is powered by up to 3rd generation standard voltage Intel Core i7 processor and sports a 14-inch LED backlit HD widescreen display. On the other hand, the IdeaPad Z500 is powered by up to 3rd generation standard voltage Intel Core i5 processors and a 15-inch LED backlit HD widescreen display. Both laptops feature enormous memory of 1TB HDD storage.

The Z series also boasts the latest NVIDIA GeForce graphics technology, and smart features like the TouchPad that is optimized for the Windows 8 interface with easy scroll, zoom and rotate functions, it also has the Lenovo Cloud feature.

The Z400 and Z500 are now available at Lenovo Exclusive Stores and authorized business partners starting February 2013. The prices start at Php 29,995.00 and Php 37,995.00 respectively. By April 2013, the touchscreen versions of the Z series will also be available in the country.

“Our slim IdeaPad Z touchscreen series equipped with Windows 8 is a testament to Lenovo’s long term commitment of driving innovation by expanding into new form factors as we lead the way to the PC+ era,” added Vicky Agorilla.

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