The 2-in-1 one laptop includes a digitizer from Wacom, while the tablets feature Toshiba's TruPen, which the company claims is a "pro-grade pen."
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Lenovo has been all over the CES in Las Vegas, announcing new products right and left. Today brought the launch of two Flex laptops, the Tab 2 tablets starting at $99, and the S41 Ultrabook.
The 7-inch tablet is powered by an Atom processor, features separate interfaces for children and parents, and costs $99.95.
Toshiba's new $119 Atom-powered tablet won't win any medals for speed, but it does have more than enough power to make people think twice about buying a cheap Android device, especially of they come from a Windows background.
The refreshed 7-inch and 8-inch tablet lineup features Intel's new Atom processors and starts at $159.99.
Aimed at a variety of vertical markets, the Xplore Bobcat clads an Atom-based Windows tablet in a rugged and customisable chassis.
This affordable 8-inch Atom-based (Bay Trail) Windows 8.1 tablet has a nice IPS screen and delivers all-day battery life under light usage modes. Limited screen size, internal storage and processing power will prevent it from being more than a companion device for mobile professionals though.
The ThinkPad Yoga is heavy and short of on-board connectors — an Ethernet port being the most glaring omission. Otherwise it's difficult to fault this ingeniously designed tablet.
Intel has unveiled the specs of a new toughened tablet powered by its Atom Z2520 processor.
The chip giant's new modem is already built into the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE tablet being sold overseas.
The computing giant fights to compete in the dwindling PC market by dishing out a range of new Android and Windows-powered tablets and notebooks.
SanDisk banking on buoyant tablet sales and dishes up faster flash storage to go with Intel's new Atom Z3000 'Bay Trail' silicon.
This excellent Windows 8 tablet/ultrabook hybrid has a well-designed keyboard docking mechanism, typically solid build quality and a specification well suited to mainstream business use. It has a hefty price tag, though, and the lack of SD-based storage expansion is perplexing.
The MacBook Pro competitor goes up for pre-order on August 18 for $1,400, while the new tablet will be released on September 1 for $699.99.
Although it's well built and delivers decent battery life, the ElitePad 900's combination of a basic Atom-based tablet and a range of optional extras is an expensive way to build a work-ready system.
The refreshed convertible laptop also adds Near Field Communication, starts at $1,199.99.
After many false starts, Intel may finally be gaining momentum in mobile with several wins in tablets and hybrids announced this week at Computex, and new Silvermont processors and a global 4G LTE modem on the way.
Toshiba's June product refresh brings new slimline consumer and business notebooks, some featuring Intel's latest 4th-Generation Core processors, and a new range of 10-inch Android tablets.
The 11.6-inch convertible notebook runs Windows 8 Pro, but starts at $1,499.
The unique Windows 8 device has back-to-back 13.3-inch screens and works as a touch-enabled laptop with lid open, or as a tablet with lid closed.
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