Lenovo starts selling computers with operating system Windows 7

Friday, October 23, 2009

The company Lenovo announced a series of sales of personal computers and Idea Think the new operating system Windows 7. The company also introduced two new notebook ThinkPad, designed for small and medium businesses. Many of Lenovo PCs running Windows 7 received a certificate Lenovo Enhanced Experience. PCs with the new operating system, Microsoft and Certified Enhanced Experience provides the performance, full support for multimedia features and ease of use.

As the producer, the new notebook models ThinkPad SL-series will be reliable assistants for employees of small and medium-sized businesses with an active working schedule. They are based on the Intel Core 2 Duo. These models used widescreen display with 16:9 aspect ratio with the technology VibrantView - 14-inch at the ThinkPad SL410 and 15-inch at the SL510. Furthermore, these notebooks support the connection of high-definition displays and standard monitors for HDMI and VGA. Updated device positioning Ultranav supports Multitouch technology and allows a single movement operations such as changing the scale of objects on the screen, rotate images, web navigation, etc.

Some versions of notebooks support the installation of the module 3G, also available WiFi, Ethernet and optional module Bluetooth. To prevent possible interference and ensure high quality voice calls and internet video conferencing, Lenovo has increased the resolution of built-in webcam, installed advanced digital microphone for clearer sound transmission and add a button to turn off the microphone.

Notebooks ThinkPad SL410 and SL510 comes with a set of technologies ThinkVantage - hardware and software solutions that help simplify the solution of critical problems, such as connecting to the Internet, managing passwords, data recovery and software upgrades. Notebooks equipped with technologies such as the ThinkVantage Access Connections, Rescue and Recovery, Presentation Director and System Update.

For business customers of Windows 7 available in the entire line of notebooks ThinkPad, including the updated models of ThinkPad T400s, and tablet X200 Tablet, as well as on desktops ThinkCentre A58 and M58, M58e and workstations ThinkStation S20 and D20. For end-users available range of computers Idea, including notebooks IdeaPad Y550, Y450, U450, 450p, U350 and a desktop "all-in-one» IdeaCentre A600.


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