Lenovo Unleashes New Range of Windows 8 Touch Devices at CES 2013
With the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) for 2013 underway, all the tech giants and corporations are getting their game faces on. Standing tall and prepping up with the big boys is Lenovo and its new lineup of consumer and business Windows 8 touch devices.
These latest additions to its line are the ultra-portable IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks, the multimedia-intensive IdeaPad Z Series laptops and its new IdeaCenter All-in-One (AiO) desktops. The company is also introducing its take on an extreme performance gaming desktop PC, dubbed the Lenovo Erazer X700, which Lenovo says is designed for enthusiast-level gaming and graphics-hungry applications.
“People love touch. It's everywhere in today's PC Plus world and is driving new interactions with devices and digital content,” said Peter Hortensius, President, Product Group and Senior VP at Lenovo. “We're aggressively integrated touch across our consumer PCs so that we have one of the largest portfolios of Windows 8 touch products available,” added Hortentius.
CES 2013 is also the time and place for the company to show off its latest technologies which are incorporated into its devices, such as the OneLink technology and the Wired/Wireless Mobile Touch Screen Companion. Lenovo's OneLink technology is designed to offer simplicity through a single cable connection and eliminates clutter without compromising performance.
Its Wired/Wireless Mobile Touch Screen Companion, which is featured in the slim and sleek ThinkVision LT1423p Mobile Monitor offers extra screen real estate and touch functionality for users who are looking for productivity on-the-go.
CES is one of the largest technology-related trade show which is held each January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is a closed-door event that hosts previews of products and new product announcements.
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