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Lenovo announces limited-time cash rebate on select devices

Global innovation leader and world’s number one PC maker Lenovo is offering its laptop devices at discounted prices this August as part of its cash rebate campaign that coincides with SM’s Cybermonth celebration, where customers can purchase a Lenovo Ultrabook for as low as P12,995.

Featured in the campaign are the newly released S145 and S130 Ultrabooks that measure as thin as 17.7mm and less than 1.5kg in weight. The bezels are also significantly reduced on the sides for a more compact form factor, and internals are upgradeable for both RAM and SSD storage.

From now until August 30, 2019, the S130, S145, and IdeaPad 330 will be offered at prices below their SRP. The full list of participating Lenovo devices and their promo prices are as follows:

For Lenovo Philippines Country General Manager Michael Ngan, the rebate promo is for students and those who are still looking for the ideal device that can be used for everyday needs. “The academic year has just begun for most schools and to help students make the most of their learning experience, we are offering our IdeaPads at a much affordable price range. Apart from the lower price, users will enjoy various features critical in boosting productivity, whether at home or in school.”

Embracing form, function, style, and fun, each IdeaPad delivers responsive performance users can count on. The IdeaPad S145, for instance, which was just released this July, is a reliable and affordable device for everyday needs. Its narrow bezel makes for a cleaner and larger display area, and the crystal-clear Dolby Audio™ provides exceptional entertainment.

In addition to the discount, the participating devices come with a 2-year onsite warranty. To avail, visit major electronics stores nationwide. For more information, contact Lenovo Philippines on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lenovophilippines/.

Topics: Lenovo Philippines , Michael Ngan , Cybermonth celebration
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