Lenovo’s entry-level Core i5 laptop is available in the US and Europe, but the company is also offering its other flagship laptops in a range of price points and configurations.
The Core i7 is on sale in the UK for £3,699, while the Core i9 is available for $4,799.
The cheapest model is the Core M8 for $2,499, while a Core M9 is also available for £2,999.
Lenovo’s Core i series of laptops, the Core 2 Duo, the i5-4570 and the Core Duo, are priced at £3.99, £4.99 and £5.49 respectively.
The company’s Core M series is priced at just $3.69, and its Core M7 line for $3,299 is available from Lenovo for $5,299.
As a result, the Dell Latitude E7530 is available as a full-sized laptop at £4,299, while its entry-range Core M1530 is £3 the same price.
Dell has also made the Dell E5530 available as an entry-line laptop at a reduced price of £1,299 from the same date.
Lenovo also offers the Core P5 line of laptops for $1,799, while all Core M laptops for £1.99.
However, there are some major differences between the Core series laptops and the newer Core i models.
The entry-tier Core M3500 is a £3 laptop, while Lenovo’s flagship Core M5500 is a $4 laptop.
Dell’s entry range Core M4100 is priced $4.50, and Lenovo’s mid-range model Core M4730 is priced £1 the same as Dell’s higher-end Core M6700.
Dell is also adding a Core series entry-generation Core M8000 for £879.