Lenovo is on a roll. The Beijing-based tech firm just refreshed its lauded IdeaPad and Legion gaming laptop line and announced a new Flex 2-in-1. Three new IdeaPads comprising 720S, 320S, and the 320 are all set to hit the store shelves this June.

Lenovo’s new laptops: what to expect

The selling point of the imminent devices will be their non-generic coloration, which is likely to sweep college kids off their feet. For instance, the 15-inch 320 IdeaPad will be up for grabs in a slew of hues such as purple, black, blue, silver and white. The 15-inch 320 will come bearing a starting price of $439.99 while the 17-inch starts at $489.99.

Under the hood, it is likely to pack the 7th generation Intel Core I7 processor, with nearly 2TB of HDD storage and 16GB of internal memory.

14-inch IdeaPad 720S: price and specifications

Lenovo has also announced the 14-inch 720S, which sells for a whopping $969.99, making it the most expensive among the recently announced IdeaPads. Taking its steep price into consideration, it is highly likely that the 720S will be powered by a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor and feature 512GB of storage with 16GB of memory. Other specs include a Full-HD non-touch screen with 1920x1080 pixels resolution. It will also have USB-C with Thunderbolt. Weighing in at less than three and a half pounds, the laptop is available in silver and gold color options.

Although simple, the keyboard design is definitely eye-catching.

Lenovo Y920 gaming laptop: specifications and price

The 17.3-inch gaming notebook is ideal for tech buffs who want something more than just a run-of-the-mill notebook. The Lenovo Y920 packs Nvidia GTX 1070 (8GB) GDDR5, paired with PCI Express graphics, 16GB of memory and a colossal 512GB/1TB HDD.

The device weighs in at about 10 pounds and costs about $2,700.

Flex 5: what's in the offing?

Tech enthusiasts will be able to get their hands on the Flex 5 2-in-1 laptop later this month. The device will be made available in 14-inch and 15-inch screen sizes and will feature a 360-degree hinge, which is customary in 2-in-1 design.

Moreover, the laptop is highly likely to pack up to seventh-generation Intel Core processors, which could be coupled with Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics. It might also have an optional 4k UHD IPS Display. While the 14-inch model starts from $719.99, the 15-inch version of the Flex 5 starts from $829.99. Both the models will be up for grabs online starting later this month.