China-based electronics giant Lenovo is set to showcase its new series of smartphones at CES, including its first LTE-enabled handset, the Vibe Z. The company launched six models
at last years event, and is looking to continue its expansion into market's outside China by unveiling another four devices this week.
Most tablets look pretty similar. You could argue that this is because their iPad-like form factor makes the most sense. But Lenovo thinks there's still some room for variety. Take the company's new Yoga Android tablets, which add a cylindrical bulge and kickstand to the traditional tablet design.
multi-mode tablet is about to be joined by a baby brother. The new Miix2 is the company's first 8-inch tablet, and features a latest generation Intel quad-core processor, runs Windows 8.1 and is available with an optional stylus.
Lenovo's impressive Horizon Table PC
is about to get a smaller IdeaCentre comrade with the launch of the Flex 20 All-in-One computer. Part of a bunch of new multi-mode devices to making their debut at IFA 2013, including the new Yoga 2 and a couple of laptops, the multi-user Win8 PC boasts 19.5 diagonal inches of multi-touch display real estate, features Intel's latest Core i processors and is available with HDD or SSHD storage.
Last year's Windows 8 launch was accompanied by a slew of new Ultrabooks, tablets
, and hybrid convertibles. Out of that bunch, one of the most interesting has been Lenovo's series of Yoga PCs
. Like a yoga instructor, the Yoga PC bends, stretches, and flips into several different poses. If you've been eyeing that form factor but haven't yet pulled the trigger, then you might want to know that Lenovo just announced its first proper follow-up, the Yoga 2 Pro.
Lenovo has taken the wraps off some new Windows 8 business class Ultrabooks ahead of an IFA 2013 debut. Though all of the new additions take advantage of the performance improvements and energy efficiency offered by Intel's Haswell processors, the new T and X Series models also feature something called Power Bridge technology that allows users to swap out the second battery without having to power down first. Lighter and thinner than previous ThinkPads, the new laptops all feature a large trackpad to support Windows 8 gesture controls, and come in both touch-enabled and non-touch display panel flavors.
It's no secret that Windows 8
hasn't exactly struck a chord with every desktop user. It makes sense, though, that the dual-natured operating system would be much more at home on dual-natured devices. You know, the kind that sit at the intersection of the desktop and mobile, like the Lenovo Ideapad Yoga
. Join Gizmag as we put the new 11-inch model, the Yoga 11S
, through its paces.
Lenovo has pulled back the curtain on a new Windows 8 hybrid called the Miix. Described as a multi-mode device, when docked with an optional folio case with included AccuType keyboard, the 10.1-inch tablet can be used like an Ultrabook. It's driven by a Clover Trail Atom processor, and promises up to 10 hours of continuous use between charges from the 6800 mAh Li-Pol battery. Not bad at all for something that's being priced at around US$500.
With the release of its K900
smartphone in China, Lenovo confirms its determination to face high-end smartphone manufacturers head on. Despite being only 6.9 mm thin, this Jelly Bean beauty boasts the latest Atom processor from Intel, a 5.5-inch Full HD display and a 13-megapixel camera that lies flush with the stainless steel alloy and polycarbonate unibody housing.
Lenovo has revealed that a more powerful version of its Yoga 11 convertible
is earmarked for release next month. Essentially four devices in one, the Yoga 11S will run Win8 Pro and be powered by a choice of Intel's 3rd generation Core i processors.