Lenovo announced LePad slate, a unique Hybrid Laptop/Tablet. When running in its tablet form (via the removable screen), it’ll run Google Android, connect it back to its base, and you have a fully functional Windows 7 Laptop.
The 10.1-inch, 1280×800 screen is powered by a Snapdragon chip. Inlcuded in the LePad is 1GB of RAM with with either 16GB or 32GB flash storage as well as wireless and 3G connectivity as standard. LePad will run Android 2.2 and Lenovo claims it has a battery life of eight hours, comparable to that of Apple’s Ipad.
Lenovo also previewed their new X120e ultraportable laptop at the show, powered by AMD’s upcoming Fusion processor, which combines a CPU, GPU and Northbridge on a single chip. The new platform delivers 65 percent faster graphics performance as well as 30 percent longer battery life when compared to its predecessor, the ThinkPad X100e laptop, according to Lenovo. The X120e Boasts an 11″ screen and HDMI to connect to HD TV sets.
The X120e will be available in February in multiple configurations, with prices starting at under $400.
Lenovo launched two new ThinkPad Edge E220s and E420s laptops that elevate computing with luxurious and sophisticated design. ThinkPad E220s and E420s offer choices of upcoming Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors.
Lenovo designed the 12.5-inch ThinkPad E220s and 14-inch ThinkPad E420s to turn heads. Strikingly thin and light, the ThinkPad E220s measures less than one inch thick and weighs less than 3.5 pounds for excellent portability, while the slightly larger ThinkPad E420s starts at just one-inch and four pounds2. They both feature metal accents that frame the black, soft-matte exterior.
Inside they display an infinity screen for a TV-like appearance.