Lenovo at the CES announced some new products that they would be launching this year which ranges from 8 inch tablets to the fully fledged 23 inch AIO devices. All would have Windows 8 as the OS.
Lenovo MIIX 2
Lenovo had launched the MIIX tablet last year of 8 inch size which they are upping with a 10 inch and 11 inch model this time. These tablets would have magnetically connected keyboard docking station as an option. Hardware specification of the device is a screen resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixel, while the processor for the 10 inch variant is an Intel Atom chip. They would have JBL surround speakers and storage space of 128/256 GB. The storage space can be further expanded via microSD cards. Battery power is sufficient for one day of operation. The 11 inch variant would have an Intel Core i5 processor.
Lenovo X1 Carbon
One more upped product to their existing one is the X1 Carbon. This is a 14 inch Ultrabook which is the upgraded variant of their existing one. While the previous version was made up of aluminum, the present one boasts of carbon fiber makeover. This makes it tougher yet lighter. The display, company claims, is of higher resolution also that allows for better viewing angles. Battery backup is for 9 hours. It is expected to be available later this month.
Lenovo ThinkPad 8
A competitor for the iPad Mini is the Lenovo ThinkPad 8. With a full HD display and resolution of 1920 x 1080, the ThinkPad 8 is powered by an Intel Atom processor and sports 128 GB of storage space. It is Windows 8.1 based and has for connectivity USB 3.0 and LTE capability. Launch of the product is expected to be somewhere towards end of the month.
Lenovo Y and Z Series
Two more varieties have been added by Lenovo with their Y40 which is a 14 inch laptop and the Y50 a 15 inch laptop. The interesting feature is of course the stylish black leather case that they come in. The display has Ultra HD capability with its 1920 x 1080 resolution factor and powered by an Intel Core i7 chip.
The Z series Laptops would have a starting price of $599 and expected to be in the market by March. They are powered by an Intel core i7 chip and they would come in 14 inch and 15 inch display size for the Z40 and Z50 respectively. Both would have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and 1 TB of storage space.
Lenovo Horizon 2
Another upped model is the Horizon 2 which comes in a lighter and thinner version than its older sibling. The processor is an Intel Core i7 and has features like Dolby Audio, 10 point touch screen, and NFC. The Windows 8.1 based device would be available around June.
The AOI has a display of 27 inch with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, but super slim in dimension. It boasts of 178 degrees of viewing angle which makes this great for family viewing. The graphics card is an NVDIA GeForce for graphics and has Dolby audio with JBL speakers. Onboard will be 1 TB of storage space when it is launched in June.
Another AOI is the C560 with a display of 23 inch that has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The processor is Intel Core i7 and for graphics it has NVDIA GeForce processor. This also has Dolby Audio capability and for storage a whooping 2 TB. There is also a TV tuner factored into the device and is expected to launch next month.