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If you can't wait for Lenovo's $1,200 (starting MSRP) IdeaPad Y710 to hit the regular channels, you can order it today from TigerDirect with a \"2 to 5 day\" turnaround. Your $1,860 nabs you a 17-inch consumer slab with 2.5GHz T9300 processor, 2GB memory and 500GB disk, with Blu-ray disc drive a full

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January 8, 2008 at 10:48AM
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We caught the regular Ideapad Y710 last night, but Lenovo was nice enough to stealth this hot gaming version out of its VIP press debut and let us play with it for a while. The custom arrow key and system-monitor LCD unit replaces the numeric keypad, and it's rocking a Blu-ray drive and Dolby Home

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We caught some time with Lenovo's new Ideapads and they're pretty hot -- but a little bit bigger than we were expecting, particularly the 15-inch Y510. The ultraportable U110 was looking pretty flash in sparkly red, but suffering from a bad case of fingerprint-attraction -- enough so that one poor

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IBM Lenovo's Think brand (ThinkPad, ThinkStation) has gotten the company far, but it was clear those boring numbers (3000, 2000) just weren't cutting the mustard. Say hello to Lenovo's new global portable and desktop computing brands: IdeaPad and IdeaStation, respectively. While details on the Idea

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