Lenovo has refreshed its IdeaPad line, introducing the IdeaPad S400 Touch, S500 Touch, S210 Touch and U300 Touch and U430 Touch. All of them are ultra-portable notebooks. The S series features an elegant design with a tactile metallic finish, while the U range is super slim and lightweight measuring as thin as 0.77-inch.
The 14-inch S400 Touch and 15.6-inch S500 Touch both have a 10-point multitouch display. They are powered by up to Intel 3rd gen Core i5 Ivy Bridge processor and can be equipped with dedicated AMD or NVIDIA graphics. The S210 Touch is a smaller model with 11.6-inch touchscreen. It is less powerful with up to Core i3 CPU. They have up to 8GB of RAM, and features Dolby Advanced Audio v2.
The U330 Touch and U430 Touch, on the other hand, is powered by up to Intel’s 4th gen Core i7 Haswell processor and optional NVIDIA GeForce graphics. They can be equipped with 1TB hard drive with 16GB SSD or 500GB hybrid drive with 16GB integrated flash or 256GB SSD. They come with a 13.3-inch Full HD and 14-inch 1600×900 or Full HD touchscreen.
Coming later this summer, the S400 Touch starts at $449, S500 Touch $579, S210 Touch at $429, U330 Touch at $799 and the U430 Touch at $799.