The IdeaCenter Horizon Table PC with its 27-inch display might be the headline maker for Lenovo at CES 2013 but that’s not all that the world’s largest PC vendor has to display at the show. The company has introduced new UltraBooks under the U series, All-In-Ones, Z-series multimedia laptops, ThinkPad Edge laptops, a gaming-centric desktop PC and a wireless touch monitor. Read on for details. Also Read - Apple Music Lossless, Spatial Audio features with Dolby Atmos coming soon to India
IdeaPad U310 and U410: The U-series UltraBooks are just 18mm thin and come with a 10-point touchscreen. They come with up to a third-generation Intel Core i7 processor and the latest Nvidia GeForce graphics with DirectX 11. IdeaPad U310 Touch will be available starting in March from $779 while the IdeaPad U410 Touch will be available in April from $850. Also Read - Realme Book, Realme Pad teased, will launch later this year: Details here
IdeaPad Z400 and Z500: These multimedia-centric laptops will come with 14-15.6-inch 10-point touchscreen. Like the U-series, these will also be powered with up to a third-generation Intel Core i7 processor and the latest Nvidia GeForce graphics with DirectX 11. The Z400 and the Z500 will be available in March and April respectively starting from $699. Also Read - Truecaller on Android can now clean up your SMS inbox spam with one tap
Erazer X700: The Erazer X700 marks Lenovo’s entry into the gaming desktop PC range. The desktop comes with Lenovo’s Onekey Overclocking feature that allows users to overclock at the click of a button while simultaneously preventing the PC from overheating thanks to its liquid cooling system. With AMD Eyefinity technology, users can connect up to six monitors to enjoy a panoramic screen display and add up to 4 TB of storage without tools while the PC is still running. The Erazer X700 comes with 32GB of memory, dual graphics support (NVIDIA GeForce or ATI CrossFireX1, up to dual AMD Radeon HD and the latest Intel Core family of processors. It will be available in June starting from $1,499.
A730, C540 AIO: The IdeaCentre A730 AIO, which Lenovo is claiming to be the slimmest AIO, combines an optional 27-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) or 27-inch Full HD (1920×1080) frameless display with 10-point multi-touch into an less-than-an-inch thin frame. The A730 supports up to Windows 8 Pro, includes choices of the third-generation Intel Core family of processors and features large storage options up to 1TB. The A730 will be available in June for $1,499.
The Lenovo C540 AIO with an optional touch screen is a 23-inch touch AIO with a third-generation Intel Core i3 processor and NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics. The non-touch version will be available in February starting from $549 while the touch version will be available in June, the pricing of which hasn’t been disclosed.
ThinkPad Edge E431, E531: The 2013 ThinkPad Edge laptops bring Lenovo’s OneLink technology that offers features similar to the Thunderbolt port found on Apple’s MacBook range. The first device to support the new technology is the new ThinkPad OneLink Dock that offers dedicated HDMI and audio ports as well as four USB ports. Lenovo plans to offer additional OneLink devices in 2013. The ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 laptops finally get touchscreens with up to full HD resolution and a five-button ClickPad. The ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 will be available starting in May from $539. The OneLink dock will also be available in May from $99.
ThinkVision LT1423p Mobile Monitor Touch: The ThinkVision monitor will come in touch and non-touch versions and feature a 13.3-inch 1600 x 900 AH-IPS panel protected by Gorilla Glass. The touch version will be available in the second quarter for $449.