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Lenovo Philippines Laptop Price List

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Here are the latest prices of Lenovo laptops in the Philippines. The laptops in this price list includes the Legion gaming series, ThinkPad, and the IdeaPad series. We listed the devices according to their series and price range.

Last update: August 7, 2019

Legion Gaming

Laptops above PhP 100,00

  • Legion Y740 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8750H + RTX 2060; 16GB / 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD) — PhP 119,995

Laptops from PhP 70,000 to PhP 100,000

  • Legion Y540 (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + RTX 2060; 16GB /  1TB SSD) — PhP 99, 995
  • Legion Y530 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8750H + GTX 1060; 16GB / 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD) — PhP 94,995
  • Legion Y540 (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1660 Ti; 8GB / 1TB SSD) — PhP 89,995
  • Legion Y730 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8750H + GTX 1050 Ti; 8GB / 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD) — PhP 79,995
  • Legion Y530 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8750H + GTX 1050 Ti; 8GB / 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD) — PhP 72,995

Laptops below PhP 70,000

  • Legion Y540 (15.6″ FHD; i7-9300H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 64,995
  • Legion Y530 (15.6″ FHD; i5-8300H + GTX 1050; 8 GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 53,995

ThinkPad

Laptops above PhP 100,000

  • P1 — (15.6″ FHD; i7-8750H + Quadro P1000; 16GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 125,000

Laptops from PhP 50,000 to PhP 100,000

  • X390 (13.3″ FHD; i7-8565U; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 77,990
  • T490 (14″ HD or FHD; up to i7-8565U; up to 48GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD) — starts at PhP 69,990
  • E490s (14″ HD or FHD; up to i7-8565U; up to 8GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD) — starts at PhP 59,990

IdeaPad

Laptops above PhP 100,00

  • Yoga S940 (13.9″ UHD; i7-8565U; 16GB / 512GB) — PhP 115,995

Laptops from PhP 50,000 to PhP 100,000

  • Yoga S730 (13.3″ FHD; i7-8565U; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 69,995
  • Yoga S540 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8565U + MX250; 12GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 65,995
  • Yoga 530 (14″ FHD; i7-8550U + GeForce MX130; 8GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 63,995
  • Yoga 520 (14″ FHD; i7-8550U + GeForce MX130; 4GB / 128GB SDD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 61,995
  • L340 Gaming (15.6″ FHD; i7-9750H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD) — PhP 59,995
  • IdeaPad 720S (13.3″ FHD; Ryzen 5 2500U + Vega 8; 8GB / 512GB SSD) — PhP 59,995
  • Yoga 530 (14″ FHD; Ryzen 7 2700U + Vega 10; 8GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 57,995
  • IdeaPad 520 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8550U + MX150; 8GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 54,995

Laptops from PhP 40,000 to PhP 50,000

  • L340 Gaming (15.6″ FHD; i5-9300H + GTX 1650; 8GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 49,995
  • Yoga 530 (14″ FHD; i5-8250U + MX130; 4GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (15.6″ FHD; i7-8550U + Radeon 540; 4GB + 16GB Optane / 2TB HDD) — PhP 49,995
  • IdeaPad 320S (13.3″ FHD; i5-8250U + GeForce MX150; 8GB / 256GB SSD) — PhP 49,995
  • Yoga 520 (14″ FHD; i5-8250U + MX130; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 48,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (15.6″ FHD; i7-8550U + Radeon 540; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 48,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; i7-8550U + Radeon 530; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 45,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 2700U + Radeon 540; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 43,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 2700U + Radeon 540; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 42,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (14″ FHD; i5-8250U + Radeon 535; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 40,995

Laptops from PhP 30,000 to PhP 40,000

  • IdeaPad 330 Gaming (15.6″ FHD; i5-8300H + GTX 1050; 4 GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 39,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 7 2700U + Vega 10; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 39,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (15.6″ FHD; i5-8250U + Radeon 535; 4GB + 16GB Optane / 1TB HDD) — PhP 39,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (14″ FHD; i5-8250U + Radeon 535; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 38,995
  • Yoga 530 (14″ FHD; Ryzen 5 2500U; 4GB / 128GB SSD) — PhP 37,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; i5-8250U + Radeon 530; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 35,995
  • Yoga 530 (14″ HD; i3-8130U; 4GB / 128GB SSD) — PhP 34,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 5 2500U + Radeon 540; 4GB + 1TB HDD) — PhP 34,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; Ryzen 5 2500U + Radeon 540; 4GB + 1TB HDD) — PhP 33,995
  • Yoga 530 (14″ HD; Ryzen 3 2200U ; 4GB / 128GB SSD) — PhP 32,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (14″ HD; i5-8250U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 32,995

Laptops from PhP 20,000 to PhP 30,000

  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; i3-7020U + Radeon 530; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 29,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (15.6″ HD; Ryzen 3 2200U + Radeon 540; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 28,995
  • IdeaPad 330S (14″ FHD; i3-8130U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 28,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (14″ HD; i3-7020U + Radeon 530; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 27,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (14″ HD; i3-7020U + GeForce MX110; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 27,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ HD; i3-8130U; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 27,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (14″ HD; i3-7020U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 25,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ HD; Ryzen 3 2200U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 25,995
  • IdeaPad 330 (15.6″ FHD; A9-9425 + Radeon 540; 4GB / 2TB HDD) — PhP 25,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (14″ HD; i3-7020U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 25,995
  • IdeaPad D330 (10.1″ HD; Pentium Silver N5000; 4GB / 128GB SSD) — PhP 24,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (15.6″ HD; i3-6006U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 24,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (14″ HD; i3-7020U; 4GB / 1TB HDD) — PhP 23,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (15.6″ HD; A9-9425; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 21,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (15.6″ HD; A6-9225 + Radeon 530; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 20,995

Laptops below PhP 20,000

  • IdeaPad 330 (14″ HD; Pentium Silver N5000; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 19,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (15.6″ HD; A6-9225; 4GB / 50GB HDD) — PhP 18,495
  • IdeaPad 330 (14″ HD; Celeron N4100; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 17,995
  • IdeaPad 130 (15.6″ HD; A4-9125; 4GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 16,495
  • IdeaPad 120S (11.6″ HD; Celeron N3350; 2GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 13,995
  • IdeaPad S130 (11.6″ HD; Celeron N4000; 2GB / 500GB HDD) — PhP 14,995

These laptops are available at all Lenovo Concept Stores and resellers nationwide. For more details, check out Lenovo Philippines’ website, Facebook, and Twitter page.

CES 2020

The ASUS Chromebook Flip C436 screams premium

Simple, clean, and light

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Despite Apple’s dig at Chromebooks, it appears to be going strong with yet another addition to the portfolio — the ASUS Chromebook Flip C436.

Simple, clean, and light

ASUS is calling this the thinnest and lightest 14-inch Chromebook. It’s only 13.7mm thick and weighs just 1.1kg.

Complementing the slim form factor are two unique finishes: An iridescent Aerogel White which changes color depending on your viewing angle, and a more subtle Transparent Silver.

The sexy look extends to the display which has an 85 percent screen-to-body ratio.

Unexpected power

One would think something this slim form-factor will hold it back from going all out in performance. Fortunately for us, that’s not the case.

Here’s a specs and ports dump: Up to 10th Gen Intel Core i7, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD storage, Wi-Fi 6. Two USB-C ports, microSD card slot up to 2TB.

Whether you’re typing in laptop mode or writing on it in tablet mode, this will help you get your work done. Yes, write on tablet mode. This Chromebook supports any USI-compatible stylus.

The ASUS Chromebook Flip’s 42W all-day battery promises to delivery up to 12 hours of battery life.

Not just for work

When you’re done with the day’s work, you can flip it to tent mode for a Netflix session. The display along with the Harman Kardon-certified speaker setup should produce audio perfect as you unwind for the day.

The ASUS Chromebook Flip C436 starts US$ 999 will be available at around the first and/or second quarter of 2020.

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CES 2020

The Lenovo Ducati 5 is a racing inspired laptop

It even gets an exhaust note on startup!

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Lenovo has been partnering with Ducati on the racetrack for a couple of years now, and today, the company announced the Lenovo Ducati 5, a new Windows 10 laptop that was designed in collaboration between the two companies.

The racing stripe and additional design features come together well, and the fresh 10th-gen processor from Intel should keep it running quickly. The BIOS chime is meant to match the sound of Moto GP riders, and it comes in a Ducati gift box that has matching colors. It also comes with a sleeve that has a Ducati shield.

Apart from the Ducati branding, Ducati 5 is a standard mid-range laptop. It comes equipped with a 10th gen Intel Ice Lake Core i5-1035G1, Intel integrated graphics, 8 GB of RAM, a 14-inch display, and up to a 1 TB PCIe SSD.

Unsurprisingly given the size, there’s no discrete graphics on board, just the integrated graphics of the chip. This is not meant for serious video work or gaming.

Port selection is fairly good, offering users two USB 3.1 Type-A ports, one USB Type-C port, HDMI, an SD card reader, and a 3.5 mm audio jack.

The Lenovo Ducati 5 starts at EUR 900 and will be available in April 2020. Lenovo does not list a U.S. pricing. With a production run of just 12,000 units, the Ducati 5 is clearly a niche product.

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CES 2020

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold: Not just a computer

Best foldable so far?

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Last year in the midst of a foldable smartphone war, Lenovo showed us that a computer with a foldable display was also possible.

At that time it didn’t come with a name. Or specs. Or a launch date or a price. But all of that changes here at CES 2020.

What makes the Thinkpad X1 Fold so special? If you saw our preview video you would know, but if you didn’t don’t worry, we got you covered.

It’s not just a computer, its many things.

It’s a huge 13.3 tablet with an OLED display that folds close just like this. When shut, it looks just like a notebook complete with its built in leather folio cover.

You can also hold it like a book and and enjoy an e-book the way you would regular books. Use it with a pen, and it’s a notebook!

You can fold it horizontally too and the bottom half turns into a virtual keyboard. Or, and we weren’t allowed to tell you before, use a real keyboard.

When the X1 Fold is closed it fits snuggly in the middle of the display, so you can easily take it anywhere with you. Flick open the kickstand to use the tablet as a monitor and control everything with the physical keyboard.

You could also fold it horizontally and prop the keyboard on one half of the display and use it like you would any laptop. Key travel feels good and satisfying. It connects wirelessly and automatically. And it charges while tucked in the middle of the display.

The keyboard and pen are bundled and come free.

But Lenovo will also sell a stand for propping it up when you want to connect it to an external monitor. Yes you can do that do.

Another thing we weren’t allowed to show you before is its hinge mechanism. The secret sauce that allows it to fold and unfold like this.

It’s worth pointing out. While the durability of flexible displays is still questioned, Lenovo is willing to risk the name ThinkPad — a brand that’s synonymous with durability and performance.

Now that the design is final. We can also now share button and port placements: Two USB-C ports. One on the bottom, the other is on the right along with SIM card slot, volume button, and the power button.

At launch Lenovo will first be offering a model with a full version of Windows 10 Pro. A version with the upcoming Windows 10X is eventually coming.

Because many of you will ask. Here is the spec sheet: You get the latest Intel processors, up to 8GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.

While the future of computing is still being debated. A versatile device like the ThinkPad X1 Fold is exciting and makes sense. It’s an idea we can get behind. And it’s one of GadgetMatch’s Best of CES 2020 Awardees!

The question now is people will go out and buy it. Would you?

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