The Lenovo IdeaPad Y560p laptop was launched at the recent Sandy Bridge conference held in Sydney. Lenovo has released its new range of laptops and desktops. The all new Lenovo Y560p that was revealed to Australian audiences is packed with high-performance technology to make it a top multimedia machine for the consumers. It has some exciting specifications like Intel Core i7 processor, up to 750GB hard disk and 8GB of DDR3 RAM. All these features make this a fast system. Apart from all these specifications, Lenovo also gives customers the choice of a RapidDrive. It combines a 32GB solid state drive with a HDD that improves the storage speed. The Lenovo IdeaPad Y560p is the first in the series and expected to be offered with a price tag of $1,649.

Lenovo continues to release its cutting edge technology in organization computing. They are also going to release Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420 and E520 in mid-April. The products have Lenovo’s most different and enhanced Experience 2.0 for fast boot up times. It has also a range of connectivity technology for businessmen on the go.

The Sandy Bridge processor has several features and the first is the single monolithic design that includes the processor graphics core alongside two, one is four cores and up to 8 MB shared L3 cache on a new ring bus, It is shared with an integrated graphics core. The Sandy Bridge processor is connected to the peripheral control hub (PCH) via a single 20Gb/s direct media interface connection. The other features include, AES-NI instructions.

Lenovo is also launching the range of ThinkCentre M90 and M91p desktop PCs. They have different processors varying from i3, i5 and i7 processors. They are expected to be hitting the shelves in March 2011 with high performance and high security. They have three type of sizes as tower, modest and eco small form factor. Lenovo developed the ThinkCentre models for a variety of applications.