Tarsus Technologies has announced the local availability of Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y500P, an entertainment-centric notebook whose exceptional performance features and attractive price tag are sure to blow multimedia enthusiasts away.
The Y550P is differentiated from competitive products by a holistic design that has a total immersive entertainment experience in mind. As such, it allows users to create their own personal movie theatres or music concerts with all of the additional comforts of home. The Y550P will completely redefine the way high-definition portable entertainment is viewed.
“This notebook comes packed with a 2.26GHz Intel Core i3 350M processor, a Nvidia GeForce GT 240M graphics card and an impressive 4GB DDR3 DRAM memory,” says Alexi Hume, Lenovo product manager at Tarsus Technologies.
“This ticks all the important boxes for gamers, movie buffs and other users seeking the ultimate entertainment thrill: speed, performance and a superior graphics card that can handle even the most intense games and high-definition movies,” she continues.
“Add to this a 15.6 inch high-definition LED display, Dolby Home Theater sound, a 500GB hard disk and a host of connectivity options and the needs of even the most hardcore gamers and dedicated movie fans are more than likely to be satisfied,” Hume says
“Furthermore, it comes loaded with Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium and this, along with the OneKey Theater function, means it is the perfect traveling entertainment companion,” she adds.
“Round this out with a long battery life and a host of included software and users of this notebook will be able to work just as hard as they play.
“By packaging these high-level specs at an attractive price point and with its innovative, well-respected brand name, Lenovo has succeeded in delivering exceptional value to its end-user customers,” she says.
“We are convinced that this model will be embraced by resellers and retailers alike, purely because it represents excellent value and a breathtaking entertainment sensation all in one box,” she concludes.