The IdeaPad Yoga 13 is a 13″ Windows 8 ultrabook that morphs into a tablet thanks to its 360º hinge. It has USB ports, an SD card slot, an HDMI port, Core i5/i7 CPU, up to 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.
Has a 10.1″ WXGA IPS screen, Android 3.1, dual core 1GHz Tegra 2 CPU, USB, micro-USB, SD and mini-HDMI ports. Pre-loaded with 25 apps and has an optional stylus that converts handwriting to text.
Weighs only 3.7lbs and is 0.65in thick. Offers up to a 2.7GHz Core i7 CPU and 8GB RAM. Battery charges to 80% in just 30 min., and packs a sturdy carbon fiber “roll cage” and GorillaGlass screen.
The Thinkpad T420 boasts a battery life of up to 30 hours when its 9-cell extended battery is used. Specs include a 1GB GeForce 4200M GPU and Core i5 or i7 CPU. Available this March for at $779+
Lenovo’s China-only Lephone includes a snap-on keyboard a-la the Ideapad U1; the phone itself features a 3.7″ touchscreen, 1 GHz Snapdragon CPU, and two cameras (one front-facing).
Lenovo’s 10″ Skylight targets the netbook crowd, weighing under 2 lbs and offering 3G, Wi-Fi, and up to 10 hours of battery life; it’ll be sold directly or through AT&T at a subsidized price.
Lenovo’s Ideapad U1 Hybrid is an 11.6″ multitouch slate tablet that docks into a laptop; together, they possess a Core 2 Duo CPU, 4 GB RAM, Intel/Snapdragon GPU, and 128 GB SSD.
Like the Edge, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X100e arrives 1/5/10; it’s an ultra-portable notebook with 11.6″ display that weighs less than 3 lbs. and includes a full-size keyboard with multitouch touchpad.
Available 1/5/10: Lenovo’s 13.3″ ThinkPad Edge targets consumers with clean lines, dual core CPUs, a streamlined keyboard, and multitouch touchpad; 14″ and 15″ models in 2Q10.
Lenovo’s Multimedia Remote may not look like much, but that’s the point: it’s a 2.4 GHz Windows-compatible wireless remote that includes a track ball, mini keyboard, and USB dongle.
Lenovo ditches the business suit with its stealthy IdeaCentre B500; it’s a 23″ gaming-oriented all-in-one with a Core 2 Quad CPU, GeForce GTS 250M, 4GB RAM and 1TB HDD.
An external version of the popular laptop keyboard, Lenovo’s ThinkPad USB Keyboard was crowdsourced via their design blog; users happily ditched the touchpad, numpad and wireless.
It’s by no means a powerhouse, but it’s tough to beat the Lenovo IdeaCentre 300’s $450 price; essentially an all-in-one netbook, you’ll get a 20″ display, Atom 230 CPU, and 2GB RAM.
Lenovo’s first use of NVIDIA’s Ion platform in a netbook, the IdeaPad S12 packs a 12.1″ LED backlit screen, full-size keyboard, 1080p playback, HDMI-out and a weight under 3 lbs.
Lenovo isn’t known for its desktops, but their all-in-one IdeaCentre A600 makes a splash with a 21.5″ frameless screen a-la iMac, Blu-ray drive and remote that doubles as a VOIP handset.
An update to its entertainment-oriented Y-series, Lenovo’s Y650, Y550 and Y450 are 16″-14″ notebooks with a 16:9 glossy screen, multi-touch trackpad, and tapered design cues.
Road warriors, max out your productivity: Lenovo’s 17″ ThinkPad W700ds is a dual screen laptop with a 10.2″ LED; this 11 lb. monster also includes a WACOM digitizer.
Lenovo’s 12.1″ X200 and X200t notebooks pack in low-power CPUs as well as optional SSD and Blu-ray drives. The X200t is a tablet, and can get up to 15 hours of life for road warriors.
Although it’s for Asia only, we can’t help but admire the IdeaPad U8’s stylish design; similar to the Gigabyte M528, this MID also has a 4.8″ touch screen. The dongle is for digital television.
The Lenovo ThinkPad W700 is a beast: it tips the scales at over 8 lbs. However, it’s the first laptop to have a built-in Wacom tablet. A 1GB Quadro card doesn’t hurt, either.
Lenovo is throwing its hat into the ultraportable ring with the IdeaPad S10, to be released in October. Weighing in at 2.4 lbs, it will have a 10.2″ screen, Intel Atom CPU and come with Windows XP.
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