If you thought Lenovo’s new Thinkpads were the extent of their CES Announcements, think again. The company had a separate cache on tap of goodies for the consumer market. Making it to the North American market are new tablets, laptops, convertibles, and all-in-one desktops. Let’s take a quick peak.
YOGA Tablet 2 with Windows Anywhere Pen
Yes, we saw the Yoga tablet 2 back in the fall, but it’s back with AnyPen Technology. This allows your #2 pencil or grandpa’s fountain pen to be used as a stylus. Beyond that, the windows tablet isn’t a slouch. It’s got a 8″ Full HD Display with an IPS panel, and is powered by a quad core Intel Atom CPU. It runs full Windows 8.1, comes with 32GB of built-in storage, and can take a 64GB MicroSD card in addition. It also earns its Yoga name with a built-in stand that can also be used to hang the tablet.
The Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen is $299 and ships later this month.
The Yoga 3 comes in 11 and 14″ sizes. Like its name suggests, it’s a 4-in-1 convertible. It comes standard with a Full HD IPS Touchscreen. the 11″ Model ships with Intel Core M processors while the 14″ features 5th generation core CPUs. You can also order it with Nvidia GeForce graphics in the larger size.
The Yoga 3 is $799 for the 11″ and $979 for the 14. It’ll ship in March.
Lenovo’s Yoga line is expanding to the business sector with the ThinkPad Yoga. It comes in 12, 14, and 15″ sizes and 5th Generation Core CPUs. All versions come with a Full HD touch screen and Dobly sound. The 15″ also has an optional Intel RealSense 3D camera.
The Thinkpad Yoga starts at $999. The 12 and 15″ Models ship in February while you’ll have to wait until May for the 14″
A little further up the foodchain is the Flex 3. This laptop comes in 11, 14, and 15-inch sizes. Like the Yoga line it can transform from laptop to tablet and a couple modes in between. It comes standard with a 1366×768 display and a Full HD display is optional on the two larger sizes. It’s powered by an intel Atom CPU with 5th Generation Core CPUs optional on the 14 and 15″. Nvidia GeForce graphics are also optional on the Larger Flex 3s.
The Flex 3 series starts at $399 for the 11″ and $549 and $579 for the 14 and 15-inch. They’ll ship in May.
The S41 is a sleek new 14″ laptop with a full HD display and Next Gen Intel core CPUs and Nvidia GeForce graphics. The laptop weighs under 4 pounds. It also features Dolby certified sound. Storage comes via a 256GB SSD or 1TB hard drive.
The s41 is $799 and will ship in June.
Lenovo also released a new Android tablet, the Tab 2 A7. It features a quad core MediaTek CPU and 1024×600 display. You also get 8 or 16GB of storage and up to 32GB more on a mSD card.
The Tab 2 A7 starts at $99 and will ship later this month.
B50 All in One
Joining Lenovo’s desktop line is a stunning new AIO called the B50. It features a 23.8″ Full HD display and 4th generation intel Core CPUs with GeForce Graphics. The display also features 10-point multitouch. It also has JBL speakers built-in. It also comes with Intel’s RealSense 3D Camera for scanning 3D objects.
The B50 is $1249 and ships in March.
C Series All in One
Also joining Lenovo’s AIO ranks is the new C-series. It comes in 3 models: the 19.5″ C20, 21.5″ C40, and the 23″ C50. All displays are Full HD and 10-point multitouch is optional. They are powered by either Intel 4th generation Core or AMD A8 CPUs. Likewise you have your pick of GeForce or Radeon graphics.
The C-series starts at $429 and will ship in March.
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