Just like seemingly every other major electronics company, Lenovo is having a busy CES so far.
First, there's the Idea Tab S2 10, a 10-inch tablet running Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 8960 dual core CPU. Offered alongside a detachable keyboard, the device is not only modular, but thin as well: Without the keyboard, it weights in a decidedly-light 1.1 pounds. Oh and it sort of looks like Asus's Transformer.
A bit more powerful is the IdeaTab K2. Focused on gaming and multimedia, the device features Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor and a 1200 by 800 pixel resolution display. It's also furnished with 3G and 4G LTE functionality.
Also announced was the S2 smartphone. Built with security in mind, the device features Kernel level protection against theft and phishing. Photography is also a prime concern, as the device features a 8-megapixel "super camera" to play around with
Lenovo also announced the Lenovo K91Smart TV, the first display equipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Also on board is a 5 megapixel camera, which, in conjunction with the display's face recognition technology, allows owners to prevent unauthorized access. Which apparently is a problem for televisions.
All of Lenovo's announced products are available now - in China, at least. Other regions will have to wait a bit longer. No word on pricing.