Are you looking for a feature-rich, yet affordable laptop? If you answered that question with a yes, then you may just like Lenovo’s recently announced Essential G575 notebook. The G575 is based on AMD’s Brazos platform, and comes with face recognition login for added security.
According to Cristian over on the tcmagazine.com website, the Lenovo Essential G575 notebook comes with a 15.6-inch display with a 1366 x 768 resolution, an integrated DVD reader/writer, a 6-cell battery that provides around 4-5 hours usage, up to 8GB of RAM and up to a 750GB hard drive.
As noted over on shop.lenovo.com, the G575 model also comes with high-speed (802.11 b/g/n) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (optional) connectivity, an AccuType keyboard with easy-to-press keys, up to AMD Radeon HD 6370M 1GB graphics and an integrated 2.0/0.3M webcam for video chat.
Another great feature of the G575 is the Lenovo DirectShare, which enables you to easily synchronize your files with another notebook without having to be connected to the Internet. The G575 comes with a variety of software including YouCam, VeriFace 4.0 (for the face recognition) and Rescue System 7.0.
You can read more about the specs of the Lenovo Essential G575 notebook – which runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit and starts from $549 – over on the shop.lenovo.com website. Are you looking for a new laptop / notebook?
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