Windows 7 laptops announced

Lenovo debuted several new models

October 24, 2009

Lenovo debuted several new models

Lenovo today announced that it is now offering a broad portfolio of Think and Idea-branded PCs running the new Windows 7 operating system. Lenovo is also introducing two new ThinkPad laptops geared for small to medium businesses (SMB).

The new ThinkPad SL410 and SL510 laptops feature crisp and clear 16:9 high definition screens, make voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) calls seamless and feature a matte-finish cover.

Lenovo has certified many of its Windows 7 PCs under the Lenovo Enhanced Experience program. This certification ensures the PCs provide strong performance, multimedia and ease of use. The combination of Windows 7 plus Lenovo’s Enhanced Experience certification represents an advancement in digital entertainment and personal productivity for consumers, small-to-medium business (SMB) and large enterprise customers.

“For three years, Microsoft and Lenovo engineers have worked tirelessly together to jointly create a PC experience that is better, faster, more stable, and more secure,” said Rory Read, president and chief operating officer, Lenovo. “This has been an unparalleled effort to integrate hardware and software from the ground up. As a result, we’ve created new innovations in touch technology, improved speed and performance across the board and developed a host of other enhancements that will make a meaningful difference to our customers worldwide.”