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Lenovo has announced a new range of IdeaPad Laptops powered by Windows 10 which include three new IdeaPad NoteBooks, the Flex 5 convertible and the Legion Y920 gaming laptop.

The IdeaPad 320 comes in two sizes 15.6 and 17.3 inch respectively and both offer an optional touchscreen and fingerprint reader. The IdeaPad comes with up to a Core i7, 16GB RAM and 2TB HDD along with a USB Type C port which can’t be used for charging though.

The 320S comes in a 14 and 15.6 inch model with screen resolution of 1080p along with 8GB RAM and upto 256 GB and 512 GB SSD. The 320S 15.6 inch variant offers a discrete GPU in the form of an Nvidia GeForce GT940MX.

Another Laptop, the IdeaPad 720 comes with a 14 inch 1080p non touch display with a same GPU as 320S offering Harman Kardon audio and comes with up to 16 GB RAM.

The Lenovo Flex 5 comes in 14 and 15.6 inch size with Nvidia GPU and has an optional 4K UHD Display. Now coming to pricing, the Legion Y920 has a price tag of $2699.99 and will be made available in June.

All of the IdeaPad devices will also be available in June, with the 320 coming in at $439.99 and $489.99 for the 15- and 17-inch models, respectively, the 320S starting at $739.99 and $749.99 for the 14- and 15-inch variants, and the 720S starting at $969.99.

The Flex 5 will be shipping this month, with the 14-inch model coming in at $719.99 and the 150-inch variant costing $829.99.

Finally, the Legion Y920 expands on Lenovo’s gaming laptop brand that was launched back in January. With a 17.3-inch 1080p G-Sync display, it packs an 8GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU and with an Intel Core i7-7820HK or i7-7700HQ processor.

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