As part of its CES 2013 announcements, Lenovo has revealed a wide range of Windows 8 touchscreen-based laptops, such as the IdeaPad U310 and U410 Ultrabooks, which both have Intel Core processors and have a thickness of 18mm. These Ultrabooks prices start at $799 and will be released around March-April this year.
The IdeaPad Z400 and Z500 notebooks that cost around $699 have 10-point touchscreens and Dolby Home Theatre v4 sound support as well as backlit keyboards will also be released by Lenovo.
Lenovo will also be releasing the IdeaCentre A730 in June, that has a 27 inch screen which comes in a 1920×1080 resolution or an optional 2560×1440 screen. This will be priced at a reasonable $1,499. In addition, shortly before the IdeaCentre A730, the IdeaCentre C540 will be released in February as a non-touchscreen 23-inch all-in-one PC and in June as a touchscreen version.
Finally, the ThinkVision LT1423 was announced to be released in the second quarter of 2013, which is a mobile monitor with a 13.3 inch 1600×900 Gorilla Glass touchscreen , which is engineered to give users a ‘second screen’ experienced with full Windows 8 UI support. The wireless USB version will cost $449, however if you wish to have a wired USB version of the mobile monitor it will only cost $349.