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 2-pound notebook, to be displayed in Vegas next month, features a 12.2-inch WQXGA resolution screen, Intel Core M Broadwell processor, and 12 hours of battery life.
$30 off Toshiba Satellite E55t-AST2N01 4th gen Core i5 15.6" ultrabook w/ 8GB RAM & 1TB HDD & 32GB SSD at ToshibaDirect
$30 off Toshiba Satellite E55t-AST2N01 4th gen Core i5 15.6" ultrabook w/ 8GB RAM & 1TB HDD & 32GB SSD
Seagate's latest wireless hard drive should please road warriors with limited Internet access thanks to 10 hours of battery life and 1TB of storage space.
At CES 2012, Dell showed off its first ultrabook, a 13.3-inch Intel-based device that comes with Windows plus a few features aimed at appealing to enterprise users
While technically too expensive for an Ultrabook, the Samsung Series 9 is a thin notebook without equal.
The ultrabook has taken over CES 2012, but Intel CEO Paul Otellini surprised keynote audience goers on Tuesday afternoon by starting off promoting the company's strong new focus on smartphones.
In its CES 2012 keynote, Intel unveiled partnerships aimed at delivering more Atom-based devices this year, including an announcement of the first phone built on its 32-nano chip, the K800 from Lenovo
Intel's Mooly Eden has shown off a number of ultrabook concept devices at CES, including the Nikiski prototype, which has a transparent touchpad and runs Windows 8
Ultrabooks biggest star at Consumer Electronics Show this year, but exhibitors also expected to tout device and data management products to help users multitask between multiple gadgets.
More than 75 prototype designs are set to arrive this year, Intel has said at CES, with features such as gesture control and touchscreens aimed at wooing buyers
Now the big boys are getting into the Ultrabook act. Last night, HP unveiled its Envy 14 Spectre "premium" model, and today Dell has bowed with its Ultrabook debut.
Plus a quad-core tablet and a quartet of wi-fi cameras...
Is it a game playing or a movie?
Launched yesterday at CES, HP's Envy 14 Spectre is not your run-of-the-mill Ultrabook. For one thing, it doesn’t look anything like a MacBook Air, with a black glass lid that fits a full 14in.
Amid a sea of lower-priced Ultrabooks that Intel hopes will turn the laptop platform into a mainstream success floats HP's new Envy 14 Spectre, which is certainly not a run-of-the-mill anything. Its most notable feature is a glass-based chassis, -- yes, glass -- that is scratch-resistant and lightweight enough to still weigh under 4 pounds.
Can Ultrabooks really "wow" consumers? Intel's head of its PC division certainly thinks so.
Intel's Ivy Bridge announcement will have to wait. Instead Intel executives devoted its CES press conference to the user experience they hope to deliver with Ultrabooks, which they said are more than just thin-and-light PCs.
At CES in Las Vegas, Intel's Mooly Eden updates the company's "ultrabook" efforts, including a concept transparent touch screen on the back side, coupled with the Windows 8 Metro user interface.