Lenovo have today revealed three new laptops to be added to its current S Series range, and include the Lenovo S300, S400 and S405 laptops, which will all come with Windows 7 initially but will be upgradeable to Windows 8 when it finally launches in October.

All of the three laptops look the same from the outside with a 21.9mm thick design which weighs in at just 1.8kgs, but don’t be fooled by their exterior as the differences between the three lie inside the laptops themselves.

For instance the Lenovo S300 and S400 will be available with the 3rd generation i3 or i5 processor, whereas the S405 includes an AMD A8 quad-core processor with up to 1TB HDD storage which doubles the space on from the S300 and S400 models which only pack a 500GB hard drive.

But all of the New laptops with Lenovo’s S Range will be available in red, silver and pick with prices starting at £349.

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