Lenovo intros IdeaPad Z360, Z460, H320

Lenovo Philippines recently updates several of its multimedia notebooks — the IdeaPad Z360, IdeaPad Z460 as well as the compact Lenovo H320 desktop — all coming in with the entire flavor of Intel Core i series.

Powered by up to Intel Core i7 processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, a 13.3” display screen, up to NVidia GeForce 315M 1GB graphics, and 8GB of DDR3 memory plus up to 640GB HDD storage, the IdeaPad Z360 comes with a starting price of Php37,500. Of course, the full specs can push the price much higher.

Lenovo gave me one of these, the entry level I suppose, with a Core i3-370M 2.4GHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM and 500GB HDD. Will post the full review soon.

The IdeaPad Z460 is the 14.1″ equivalent of the Z360 and both models get Bluetooth, WiFi 802.11n, DVD or Blu-ray drive, USB 2.0, eSATA, HDMI, 5-in-1 card reader and web cam. The Z460 comes with a starting price of Php35,900.

The new Lenovo H320 is a compact home desktop PC with its up to Intel Core i7 CPU, up to ATI Radeon HD 5570 1GB graphics, 8GB DDR3 memory, up to 1TB HDD storage, an integrated WiFi 802.11n, DVD or Blu-ray Disc drive. Starting price is Php39,900.

Units will be available locally by 2nd week of November.

25 Comments on this Post

  1. walang imik

    ang sarap mamili…

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  2. WTF, Core i7 for less than 40k!

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  3. i like the pricing of these products

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  4. but still, lenovo sucks! you will know it once the warranty is void after a year…i experienced it first hand.

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  5. Pusang Kulog

    No problems with Lenovo here… Have used a laptop and one desktop with this brand for four years now…

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  6. LagaoLugaw

    I think the core i7 with full specs would be over 40k once the final pricing is out.

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  7. Just saw the Ideapad Z360 on the newly opened Lenovo outlet in Festival Mall Alabang.

    The 37.5k model has a Core i3 with Intel integrated graphics, 2 GB of RAM and 500 GB hard drive.

    The Z460 is there too and the specs are quite a bit better: Core i5 with Nvidia discrete graphics and the same specs for around 40k without OS (47k with Windows 7 Home Premium)

    The Ideapad Z series didn’t really look anything special other than how the Ctrl key is at the leftmost side of the keyboard… usually with Lenovo laptops it’s the Fn key that’s placed there. About time they did that!

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  8. JKisaragi

    EH! Bakit puro “up to” yung given specs (meaning max possible configuration) sabay yung given price is yung pang entry-level? Hehe. Nakakalito naman.

    Anyhow, Intel Integrated graphics is always a dealbreaker for me. Kaya, no thanks.

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  9. Clarify ko lang: by ‘same specs’ on Z460 I mean the rest, 2 GB of RAM and 500 GB hard drive like with Z360.

    At 40k it already has the Core i5 with Nvidia discrete graphics. ;-)

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  10. Drey
    Twitter: TechPump101

    Oh im sorry I think I’m wrong was confused why the prices seems wrong.. but they are actually the right prices.. was wondering why the Z460 i cheaper.. :|

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  11. got the z360 with core i3 last month for 30k.

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  12. Hi where did you buy? I’m planning to buy too for my wife, thinking of getting a Z360 or a Z460, btw, regarding Lenovo, I like their after sales I have a Lenovo Thinkpad T61, I’m impressed with durability, I drop it in an LRT station I thought I broke it but it still run, just got a minor dent. With regards to the after sales I had problem with the adaptor in less than 3working days I got the replacement delivered to my doorstep.

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  13. how about rough touch pad performance…?

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  14. Bought a lenovo z360 at PCExpress…

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  15. Clarriscent
    Twitter: clarriscent

    I agree with Paul on the pricing. It’s what I also saw when we were canvassing. Yuga’s confused me for a bit. The Z460 is a lovely machine (although I would prefer if it’s a little bit thinner). Bought one last month. The rough trackpad performs perfectly, although I’m not a big fan of the dotted surface.

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  16. @clarriscent…tnx a lot
    nice one from all perspective…bought yesterday…loved it…:)

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  17. Paul,

    I’ve been eyeing this laptop for a while and so far I’ve seen more positive reviews than negative ones. May I know where the Lenovo outlet is in Festival Mall? San po kaya banda? I’ve been looking around and so far TCA seems to offer the best deal for 42000 cash with free upgrade to 4GB.

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  18. @ludasca

    3rd floor cyberzone, it’s in the alley behind TCA and in front of the (always so crowded) CDR King.

    May isa pang entrance papunta sa Lenovo: kung galing ka sa side ng Shopwise, akyat ka ulit ng third floor then dun ka sa kanan lumakad, may papasukan na hallway after Samsung but before Audiophile.

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  19. yeahboy 15

    help guys.. alin kaya mas ok.. Lenovo Z460 o ASUS A42JC-VX178?? Same specs lng sila.. Lenovo 35k while Asus 33.5K cash basis sa Festival Mall..

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  20. Horny Angel

    im planning to buy a asus A42JC-VX178 pinaka cheapest na price n nakita ko ay sa pc gadget cyberzone sa sm marikina or sa sm north cyberzone 32,800 kapag cash without OS din pwede ibigay sayo ng 33,900 with router or speaker… mkipagtawaran ka lang. anyway im buying it baka tom pero meron pa kong tinitignan n lappy msi cx420 yong core i5 na 4gb ddr3,320gb hdd, 1gb vram. for 35k sa cash… any recommendation kung ano kukuhanin ko? thanks…

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  21. yeahboy 15

    nakabili nko ng ASUS A42JC-VX178, ibinalik ko kasi laggers.. buti n lng nakuha ko p pera ko.. i suggest mag lenovo k n lng.. check mo ung rating nung dalawa sa windows.. same specs sila pero mas mataas lenovo..

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  22. Techwafer
    Twitter: techwafer

    You can buy Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 for $529 with coupon code USPZ38505,saving 220$ off the price of this Core i3 powere ultraportable.
    A great news.Visit lenovo.com and get it :)

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  23. It’s arduous to search out educated folks on this topic, but you sound like you recognize what you’re talking about! Thanks

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