Lenovo has revealed a number of new devices at its Lenovo Tech World global technology event in Beijing, China, including the Lenovo ThinkPad 10 tablet.
The company’s CEO Yang Yuanqing announced and demonstrated Cortana and REACHit during his keynote speech.
The Cortana personal digital assistant will soon be available across Windows 10 PCs, tablets and phone devices, while REACHit extends the search capabilities of Cortana to non-Microsoft services. Both services will be available once Windows 10 is launched later this year.
The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 tablet, which aims to elevate computing for mobile professionals, was also unveiled at the event. The upgraded device now includes a new ActivePen, which enables users to select their input method with improved speed and accuracy.
The ThinkPad10 also has flexible working modes and offers a full PC experience to provide users with the tools they need to do the most common workflows. Users can also take photos on the go with the handy QuickShot cover, which automatically launches the camera app with the flip of the corner.
The ThinkPad 10 will be available globally later this year.
Lenovo also unveiled three new consumer laptops – the Lenovo Z41, Lenovo Z51 and ideapad 100.
The 14-inch Lenovo Z41 and 15-inch Z51 laptops have been designed to be equally a home-entertainment centre and a powerful workstation. The devices include a FHD display, immersive Dolby DS 1.0 Home Theater Surround Sound, and use the latest Intel Core i7 processor with up to 1TB of storage.
Both the Z41 and Z51 laptops will be available next month.
Lenovo’s ideapad 100 has been created to offer the most essential laptop features to users, such as surfing the web, creating content and managing lists. The ideapad 100 uses an Intel BayTrail-M N3540 processor and offers up to 500GB HDD storage. The device also has integrated Intel Graphics, providing users with a fast processor, ample storage and solid display.
The ideapad 100 will be available in both 14-inch and 15-inch versions, and will be available to consumers in June.
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