Portable and light has become the main objectives among many gadget makers today. People nowadays seem to gravitate towards gadgets that are easy and light to carry but pack on the power of their larger predecessors. This is especially true in the realm of notebooks and laptops. Ultraportables have become quite popular because they are usually thin, light and slick but can pack a punch in terms of performance. Many ultraportable PC makers are still trying to stretch the boundaries in terms of how far they can go with making the thinnest or the lightest device in the market. Lenovo certainly has something to offer with its new Lenovo LaVie Z Convertible PC.
The Lenovo LaVie Z HZ750 is a new convertible laptop stemming from the partnership of Lenovo and NEC. This mobile computer is considered to be the lightest 13-inch convertible PC, weighing around just 2.04 lbs. the LaVie Z HZ750 features a360-degree hinge pioneered by Lenovo that allows users to convert the gadget from a laptop into a tablet with just a turn of the display. This ultraportable is also quite thin at just 16.9mm.
The Lenovo LaVie Z will feature the 5th Generation Intel Core i7 processor and run Windows 8.1 OS. A 128 GB storage ensures that there is plenty of ready memory available. This ultraportable convertible PC also comes with a specialized magnesium-lithium body, which is 50 percent lighter than aluminum and yet just as strong as the heavier magnesium alloy laptops. This makes them quite an ideal and handy companion for people who are always on the go. Just recently introduced at CES 2015, the Lenovo LaVie Z HZ750 is expected to be available in US shores by May of this year. It is expected to cost around $1,499 when it comes out.
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