CES 2011: Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0, U260 and 3D Hands-on [Video]

At CES 2011, Lenovo's Nick Reynolds, hands on the wicked thin Lenovo U260, which boasts a Core i7 processor in a chassis that's well under an inch thin. The secret to this PC is the unique "breathable keyboard" that draws air in through the keyholes and vents it out the back so the PC stays […]

At CES 2011, Lenovo's Nick Reynolds, hands on the wicked thin Lenovo U260, which boasts a Core i7 processor in a chassis that's well under an inch thin. The secret to this PC is the unique "breathable keyboard" that draws air in through the keyholes and vents it out the back so the PC stays cool without packing a monster fan.

Nick also gave a first look at the B520, Lenovo's new 3D all-in-one. It's the first frameless all-in-one, meaning there's no bezel holding the display; its just seamless, edge-to-edge glass.

Finally, Lenovo's John Mese, behind Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7, Lenovo's optimization of their PC software load. EE 2.0 is new, and it results in a seriously fast boot --sometimes under 10 seconds!

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