Highlights from the show floor of CES 2011. In this edition, we've plenty of tablets, notebooks and systems covered, courtesy of Microsoft showcasing the more prominent products from their partners in one location. Also covered are Lenovo's new star products from their booth.
Packed in a 15.6-inch form factor is Lenovo's multimedia machine, the IdeaPad Y560. Boasting of sleek curves and subtle design, the notebook looks ready to entertain with a quad-core CPU and a Mobility Radeon HD 5730 discrete graphics engine. We find out if it lives up to expectations.
Lenovo's latest IdeaPad appears to be one of its sexiest and meanest yet with its streamlined looks and powered by a Core i5 processor. We took the ultra-portable out for a spin to see if its ideas are indeed bright and smart.
Famed for its business ThinkPads, Lenovo has been busy infiltrating the consumer scene with its alternative IdeaPad series as well. We placed the 15.6-inch Y550P through the hoops to see how it stacks up as a an entertainment rig.
Lenovo launches a whole bunch of new stuff that promises to be fun, fun, fun! We pop on by to find out.
Offering performance, an unusual glossy design and an affordable price tag, the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 is a business notebook made for the office warrior.
Lenovo makes a strong case to skip the usual netbook form factor with this foray into the world of tablet computing, the new Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t.
Lenovo's Skylight makes its way to our labs for some quick hands-on time. While it's only an engineering unit, the Skylight still manages to impress with its light weight, thin dimensions and overall good looks. Find out more in our preview.
Lenovo tweaks its business ThinkPad range with a new look and a much lower price. Yes, dear readers, black is out and bright gorgeous glossy red is in. Intrigued yet? Read on!