Lenovo has revealed a slew of products that shows their commitment to multimode computing. There's the Lenovo Yoga 2, Miix 2 and Horizon 2, all of which are improved follow-ups to popular products released last year.
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Maintaining the Zenbook taper outline design and aluminum spun polish hallmark, the ASUS Zenbook UX302's scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 Full HD IPS display is coated with a sheer high gloss finish, and has been available for pre-order since 28 November. It will hit local stores on 20 December.
Toshiba has just announced the availability of the portable 13-inch Portege Z30 Ultrabook, as well as the more affordable 14-inch Tecra Z40. Both models from the Z-series will come with the latest Intel Core processors, as well as business and security features for the enterprise environment.
Dell has introduced its latest range of end user computing products for business and personal use, which includes everyday notebooks as well as printers and touch monitors that boast improved connectivity and functionality.
HP has unveiled a suite of consumer PCs, tablets, along with new services and solutions, including (but not limited to) the HP Spectre 13 Ultrabook, HP Pavilion 11 x2 (a 2-in-1 detachable), as well as the HP Slate 7 Extreme tablet.
Custom gaming notebook manufacturer, Aftershock PC, has launched a 14-inch notebook designed with portability in mind, the Halo, a 14-inch Full HD notebook with Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle technology and Intel's new Iris Pro Graphics 5200 GPU. The Halo is available now starting at $1615.
Intel recently announced that its new range of Y-Series fourth generation (Haswell) processors will be shipping to manufacturers later in the year. These low powered chips are said to have a 4.5W scenario design power (SDP), and will power devices such as tablets and hybrid PCs.