Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d With 3D Capability Unveiled; Pick Yours by June-end for $1199.99

June 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo has rolled out its new 3D-enabled multimedia laptop, promising customers a ‘unique sensation of visual immersion within their favorite movies, pictures and games’. Named Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d, new notebook will come with a variety of features you had always wanted in your notebook.

The IdeaPad Y560d has been rolled out featuring the TriDef 3D technology solution, which includes a 3D screen, software and glasses. A 15.6-inch device, the IdeaPad Y560d will boast of a High-Def 16:9 widescreen and polarizer glasses which would provide the 3-dimensional experience while watching compatible 3D movies and or playing 3D games. The device has been endowed with Lenovo’s Enhanced Experience RapidDrive technology that helps in combining SSD and HDD storage solutions to deliver even faster Windows 7 boot-up times. This feature also promises to significantly enhance application performance. Lenovo has also made sure that the IdeaPad Y560d can be configured with up to 8GB DDR3 memory and up to 750BG HDD storage. That could mean that there is no clamor for storage space any more. The IdeaPad Y560d is being offered with JBL-designed speakers and Dolby Home Theater surround sound system to complete the perfect 3D experience.

Powered by a choice of Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors that carries with them the Intel Turbo Boost Technology7 for delivering extra GHz in times of need, the device also will have in the interiors a high-performance ATI Radeon HD5730 1GB graphics card that makes it run all the latest games.

An optional Blu-ray Disc drive, HD graphics support and an HDMI output for connecting to other HD devices are also part of the package. If you are looking for more, the IdeaPad Y560d will also have SlideNav, an intelligent touch-sensitive slide bar application for easy desktop navigation; OneKey Theater II for optimized video playback; and an Ambient Light Sensor that automatically adjusts the PC screen brightness based on the user’s distance from the display, said Lenovo in a statement.

Connectivity is taken care of by the optional high-speed integrated 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Pick your model when it starts arriving at retail stores by the month end. Lenovo will sell the device for a price starting at $1199.99.

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