Lenovo’s got some new hardware hitting new markets, with the fresh launch of the Lenovo LaVie Z as well as the LaVie Z 360 taking place in the States over the weekend.

Why should we be excited that this computing hardware is spreading its wings? Because there’s a chance that it might make its way here in the future.

Why’s that exciting? Because Lenovo have packed these machines with Quad HD displays, Core i7 processors and 8GB of RAM. Oh, and a 265GB solid state drive. The major difference between the two models is that the 360 version comes with a touchscreen display as well. Not a bad collection of specs for a pair of 13-inch notebooks.

But not that remarkable, until you look at how much they weigh. The LaVie Z weighs in at 1.87 pounds, which is about 850 grams in conventional measurements. That’s around what you’d expect from a tablet rather than a full notebook.

Of course, it’s going to cost users to get this much in a tiny little package. But, somehow, we think they’ll pay.

Source: Engadget

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