The new accessory uses Intel's Wireless Gigabit technology to eliminate the need for cables to attach to the notebook docking station.
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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.
This premium laptop that impressed us when we reviewed it is now heavily discounted by Lenovo.
This new laptop is the very definition of the term Ultrabook.
It's thinner, lighter, and stronger than its predecessor, and packs a powerful processing punch with Intel's latest Core M-70 chip.
At just 7mm thick, the new 2.5-inch solid-state drives are perfect for Ultrabooks, but PC upgraders will appreciate capacities up to 960GB.
Both new 13-inch notebooks use Intel Haswell processors, but the pricier UX32LN adds a full HD display and an option for Nvidia's new Maxwell mobile graphics.
The portables include pair of convertible notebooks and what the company calls the world's thinnest 14-inch Ultrabook.
Most of the notebooks weigh less than 4 pounds apiece, though only the Portégé Z30 qualifies as an Ultrabook.
Among the slew of new portables are a pair of Ultrabooks.
The ultra-thin notebooks also get their RAM doubled to 8GB, but starting at $1,449.99, they don't come cheap.
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.
The new business notebooks will come in 12.5-inch and 14-inch sizes, starting at $1,049.
Based on the same design as the company's luxury Kirabook, some of the new notebooks come with Intel Haswell processors and Dragon Assistant voice-recognition software.
The forthcoming laptop also sports a 14-inch IPS display, spill-resistant keyboard, and a pair of batteries.
The Plus features Intel's new Haswell chips and a 13.3-inch screen with 3,200x1,800 resolution, while the cheaper Lite relies on AMD processors instead.
While Toshiba unveils a 7mm hybrid hard drive/solid-state drive, Samsung launches the first PCI Express-based SSDs for ultra-thin PC notebooks, the same one found in new versions of Apple's MacBook Air.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is attractive and solidly built, with an excellent touchscreen and a great keyboard. However, we'd like to see more ports and a removable battery at the very least. As it stands, this ultrabook is too expensive for widespread deployment.
The EliteBook Folio 9470m is a well-made ultrabook with a particularly good keyboard and touchpad. We like the removable battery and optional battery slice, but would prefer a higher screen resolution across the range. Windows 8 fans will also note the absence of a touchscreen option.
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