Lenovo's Ducati 5 has a wrap-around racing stripe design inspired by Ducati Panigale

Lenovo has been partnering with Ducati on the racetrack for a couple of years now, and today, the company announced the Lenovo Ducati 5, a new Windows 10 laptop that was designed in collaboration between the two companies. It has a wrap-around racing stripe design, along with Ducati Panigale colors and honeycomb exhausts that match Ducati Monster frames.

The BIOS chime is meant to match the sound of Moto GP riders, and it comes in a Ducati gift box that has matching colors. It also comes with a sleeve that has a Ducati shield.

As far as the PC itself goes, it's pretty mid-range, but the good news is that it's not priced outrageously like many special edition devices. This one has up to a Core i5-1035G1 CPU, which is the version of the chip that does not have Iris Plus Graphics. It has 8GB RAM, up to a 1TB SSD, and a 14-inch FHD 300-nit display.

It does have two 2W Dolby Atmos speakers, which are user-facing and placed on either side of the keyboard. All-in-all, the aluminum laptop weighs in at 3.48 pounds.

The Lenovo Ducati 5 will be available in April in markets outside of North America, sttarting at €899.99.

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