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A pair of Lenovo 2-in-1 laptops and tablets are displayed during a keynote address by Intel Corp. CEO Brian Krzanich at the 2014 International CES at The Venetian Las Vegas on January 2014. This year, Lenovo will unveil a new 2-in-1, the Flex 5.
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Lenovo is updating its IdeaPad and Legion gaming laptop. Moreover, a fresh Flex 2-in-1 is also on its way.

Per The Verge, three new Lenovo IdeaPads will debut this June. They are dubbed as the 720S, 320S, and the 320. What makes these variants stand out is the fact that they are being released in unique laptop colors. Well, they are highly likely to be the perfect choices for college kids.

The 15-inch 320 IdeaPad is available in red, purple, white, silver, blue, and black. It retails for about $439.99. On the other hand, the 17-inch starts at $489.99. This new tech toy offers up to 2TB of HDD storage with 16GB of memory.

However, the priciest among the line of new IdeaPads is the 14-inch 720S. For the record, the "S" stands for "slim". The 14-inch 720S sells for $969.99, inclusive of a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of memory, and 512GB of storage. It also features a full HD (1920x1080) non-touch screen and a USB-C with Thunderbolt.

According to the same source, the Lenovo 720S weighs about less than three and a half pounds. The only drawback, probably, is its color. Well, it only comes in a "lame" silver or gold. Nevertheless, the keyboard looks simple and nice.

Meanwhile, Paste Magazine reported that Lenovo is also releasing another gaming laptop in its Legion model. The Y920 is (virtual reality) VR-ready in a 17-inch, full HD (1920x1080) display. It then provides a 16GB of memory, 512GB storage, and Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU. It runs the 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor and a mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting too for the price of $2,699.99.

Lastly, Lenovo introduces a fresh 2-in-1 variant, the Flex 5. It sells at $719.99 with the same specs as to the latter models. The notable difference is that the Flex 5 provides an Ultra HD (3840x2160) IPS display with pen support. For the record, all of the mentioned devices run on Windows 10. These amazing laptops will be available in June, while the Flex is believed to arrive sometime this month.

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