Lenovo 720S-14IKB (14", Full HD, Intel Core i7-7500U, 8GB, SSD)
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Portable notebooks are made to match today’s mobile and flexible lifestyle. All notebook within this category have two key features: They’re lightweight and come with a screen that’s no larger than 14”. What’s also great is their low power consumption; a fully charged battery can last up to an entire day (depending on how much the notebook is used). Such a long battery life is only made possible by using energy-efficient components, which is why portable notebooks are often equipped with low-voltage processors and RAM.
If you use your notebook to check train timetables, write e-mails or have a look at the weather forecast, a home office notebook is what you need. These entry-level devices are affordable and offer enough performance for your everyday tasks. They often feature a rather large screen and have enough processing power to let you work smoothly with the most common programmes.
Gaming notebooks are leading when it comes to processing power and graphics performance. They often feature an eye-catching design with individually configurable lighting and keyboard. Apart from their stylish look, gaming notebooks also boast the following key features:
Does this sound familiar? You’re on a lovely holiday and taking lots of pictures and videos with your new camera. Once copied to your notebook, you just want to give your photos some finishing touches on Photoshop or shorten your video before uploading it to YouTube. However, your GoPro captures in 4k (4096 x 2160 pixel) and your old notebook doesn’t have enough processing power to edit media files. How annoying! Increasing resolution (pixel density) of cameras and growing system requirements of image editing software means that computers with more and more power are needed. Multimedia notebooks strike a good balance between affordable home office devices and gaming systems with high-end graphics performance.
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