Lenovo announced its new lineup of Windows 8 devices at the CES 2013. The devices include IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks and the IdeaPad Z Series laptops, and new models of IdeaCentre all-in-one desktops - from stylish A Series to the affordable and space-saving C Series.
Lenovo's signature IdeaPad U310 and U410 mainstream Ultrabook devices take thin and light to the next level with new 10-finger touch support. These ultrabooks are just 18mm thin and are aid to be ultra-responsive, waking up from sleep in just one second with Instant Resume.
IdeaPad U310 and U410 come equipped with 3rd gen Intel Core i7 processor, the NVIDIA GeForce graphics with DirectX 11 and an extended battery life for all day computing.
The IdeaPad Z400 and Z500 laptops are touted to be the latest-generation of the Z Series and are optimised for the Windows 8 touch-based user interface.
They support 10-point touch, feature stereo speakers for extra bass, come with up to 3rd gen standard voltage Intel Core i7 processors and include the latest NVIDIA GeForce graphics technology. The backlit AccuType keyboard even lets users comfortably see what they're typing when they're in the dark.
The company also introduced ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 laptop for small businesses.
Lenovo also introduced a gaming desktop PC, the Lenovo Erazer X700, designed for enthusiast-level gaming and graphics-hungry applications.
The IdeaCentre A730 all-in-one desktop combines an optional 27-inch Quad HD (2560x1440) or 27-inch Full HD (1920x1080) frameless display. The A730 supports up to Windows 8 Pro, includes choices of the 3rd gen Intel Core family of processors and features large storage options up to 1TB.
The Lenovo C540 AIO with an optional touch screen is one of the most affordable and space saving 23- inch touch AIOs for family entertainment. It bundles powerful technologies including a 3rd gen Intel Core i3 processor and NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics for an affordable computing solution.