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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 12:39

Lenovo offers cheap Windows 8.1 laptop

Written by Nick Farrell

Just £229

The owner of IBM cast offs Lenovo launched its most affordable Windows 8 laptop.

Starting at £229, the new Lenovo B50-30 offers a full Windows 8 and claims to be powerful enough for most users. The Lenovo B50-30 has been designed to be sleek and slim being less than 1" in height Equipped with a modern tiled keyboard and anti-glare HD 15.6" display, it offers the same build quality that users enjoy across the entire Lenovo range of products. Complete with Windows 8.1 with Bing, Intel N2830 2.16GHz processor, 4GB memory and full connectivity experience.

Ken Chan, senior product marketing manager, Lenovo said that the Lenovo B50-30 is the most affordable full-spec laptop we have ever created and easily handles complex daily tasks. Design aesthetics were a key consideration when building this new product and we've been conscious to also incorporate winning design points from other Lenovo products into the B50-30."

It has integrated graphics, Dolby sound and an optical drive. It can be bought through Lenovo resellers. Lenovo is not the only PC outfit working to bring notebook prices down. HP's upcoming Stream entry-level notebook should sell for even less

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