Smartbooks, modular tablets, and touchscreen netbooks are just a few of the new products we took a closer look at during the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Keep reading to see which mobile PCs impressed us the most and which ideas are a little half baked.
Las Vegas natives call it "The Big Show." NotebookReview.com staff members call it "Hell Week." Everyone else knows it best as the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES 2010 officially opens its doors on Thursday, but the newest laptops and related gizmos are already starting to show up. Take a look at our predictions, and check back here for the latest news.
Lenovo today introduced its IdeaPad S10 netbook convertible tablet PC.
Today marks the introduction of the Lenovo Skylight, the first ARM-based "smartbook" based on Qualcomms Snapdragon chipset platform. Skylight essentially attempts to combine the best features of smartphones and netbooks to create a new mobile consumer device. Are consumers ready to drop their netbooks or ultraportable notebooks for this? Lenovo and AT&T certainly think so.
Lenovo today announced new ThinkPad notebooks including the T410s, T410, T510, and W510.
The latest leaked Lenovo notebook is the ThinkPad X100e.
Leaked product details indicate Lenovo is about to introduce an entry-level ThinkPad line, the Edge series.
Lenovo today announced its 11.6-inch IdeaPad U150 ultraportable.
Lenovo today made its IdeaPad U550 available. It features Intel Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors and a 15.6-inch screen.
Lenovo's upcoming IdeaPad U150 ultraportable computer has been spotted.
Lenovo today announced Lenovo Lost & Found, a service that helps anyone who finds a lost ThinkPad notebook return it to its owner.
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