Lenovo at CES unveiled the high-end, business-oriented ThinkPad W700ds. The upgraded ThinkPad W700ds, though, should draw a lot of attention because of its 17-inch main display and its 10.5-inch secondary display. Lenovo has also provided a more affordable quad processor and increased the maximum amount of RAM from 4 GB to 8 GB. The smaller screen “kind of sits at a 30-degree angle,” according to Samuel.
Lenovo is also launching an all-in-one desktop and three new notebooks, all geared to multimedia entertainment and gaming. Also upgrading its W700 ThinkPad with an optional slide-out second screen and its S10 subnotebook with social networking software.