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Lenovo launches G Series low-cost notebooks news
04 October 2007

Mumbai: Computer maker Lenovo has announced the launch of its G Series range of notebook computers, which offer computing mobility on a budget to value-conscious consumers who are keen to make a transition from desktops to notebooks.

The G400 notebook features Intel''s Pentium dual-core T2080 (1.73GHz, 533MHz FSB, 1MB) processor, packaged with a 14.1" WXGA high definition glossy widescreen display, wrapped in a sleek silver cover. The laptop comes with DOS, and is equipped with Lenovo''s high touch full-sized keyboard that draws from the legendary Thinkpad keyboard design. It also incorporates the trademark One Key Recovery that lets users easily recover data in the event of a crash.

Additional features include a 4-in-1 memory card reader, a high speed 56Kbps modem, 802.11b/g wireless LAN and integrated Bluetooth v2.0. Weighing 2.35kg, the notebook has a battery life of up to 4 hrs. It also has an integrated microphone, Realtek High Definition Audio with greater than 8cc chamber design for impeccable sound, and limited edition Power2Go 5.5 multimedia software that allows users to record various forms of data.

According to Anil Philip, executive director, transaction business, Lenovo India, notebooks offering mobility and productivity at an affordable price are gaining popularity with consumers who want alternatives to desktops. The Lenovo 3000 G Series targets a new set of value-conscious consumers, at a compelling price point, which allows Lenovo to offer its range of best-engineered PCs to a new segment of users.

The Lenovo G Series notebook is available at all Lenovo authorised storefronts, at prices starting at Rs31,750, not including taxes.

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