Lenovo has just launched a new laptop that will run the latest Android version, which is a big deal given the amount of Android users on the planet.
The Lenovo Y510 laptop is the world’s thinnest and lightest laptop to date, weighing just 1.75 pounds, and it comes with 8GB RAM.
The 8GB model comes with 1GB RAM and a 256GB SSD, and the 256GB model is priced at $799.
That’s a pretty sweet deal.
The Y510 is the second Lenovo laptop to hit this price point, and this one is going for $699, which makes it a solid value for the money.
The Y510 will be available in two configurations: a full-sized 10.1″ laptop that features an Intel Core i5 processor and 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a smaller, 11″ laptop with the same processor and 128GB of storage.
The price for the smaller laptop is $699.
Lenovo is also offering the Y510 with a full version of the Lenovo ThinkPad X240, which has a 12.3″ display, a 2TB hard drive, a 1TB SSD, a 4GB of GDDR5 RAM, an Intel HD 4000 graphics processor, and 2TB of RAM.
There are a lot of reasons for a laptop to be affordable.
In the past, Lenovo laptops have been priced at around $1,000, but they’ve since dropped in price.
The Lenovo Y410 and Y510 are among the first laptops to come in the price range of $1.00 to $1 in the last year, and we’re still waiting on Lenovo to add some sort of battery life to its laptops, which it hasn’t done in quite some time.
Lenovo’s other flagship laptop, the Yoga Y720, is priced much higher, at $1 and up, and will ship in March for $1-1,199.