9 January 2013, Singapore – Lenovo launched a series of exciting new products in its lineup, which was announced recently at the Computer Electronics Show (CES 2013).

 

Soon to be released mobile phone from Lenovo. The K900.
Soon to be released mobile phone from Lenovo. The K900.

The latest news we received from Lenovo is its latest flagship smartphone – the Lenovo K900. Almost all major electronics giants have identified mobile communications as one of the most important market they need to tap into. It is no surprise that Lenovo has upped the ante in the mobile foray. The K900 is one of the first smartphones in the world to combine a 5.5” IPS display with 1080p full high-definition resolution performance at 400+ pixels-per-inch, housed under the latest, touch-capacitive Gorilla Glass 2! PLUS, it sports a 13Megapixel camera sensor, which seems to be the new spec-to-be for mobile camera (maybe not Apple ;P) and an F1.8 aperture.

Pricing and Availability

This phone will be first rolled out in China starting from April 2013. Singapore pricing and availability will be announced closer to the local availability date.

 

Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon(Photo credit: Lenovo Google+)
Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon
(Photo credit: Lenovo Google+)

Next up is Lenovo’s first table PC. Sporting a 27” multi-touch display, the Horizon PC supports multi-user and multi-mode device for the home that allows users to turn their personal computing experience into a shared computing experience. It is designed to lie flat on any surface so that you can your family can have some quality PC time together. What is cool though, is that The Horizon Table PC includes the Lenovo App Shop, which is a dedicated apps store powered by Intel AppUp giving users access to 5,000+ multi-user entertainment apps with exclusive access or package of pre-loaded gaming and educational apps from industry leading vendors including Electronic Arts, FableVision, just to name a few. Imagine you and your family competing to become a real estate tycoon in a modern take on the classic board game MONOPOLY. Totally awesome.

Pricing and Availability

The IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC will be available beginning in early summer through Lenovo business partners and www.lenovo.com. Prices start at approximately US$1,699. Singapore pricing and availability will be announced closer to the local availability date.

 

As expected, new range of notebooks will also be released by Lenovo. Following large interests in laptop/tablet convertibles, Lenovo launched two new additions to its family of convertibles. The latest convertible notebook is the ThinkPad Helix, a premium for business professionals featuring a “rip and flip” design, and the IdeaPad Yoga 11S, the first multimode mini Ultrabook™ equipped with powerful Intel processors and featuring Windows 8. The Helix feature a 11.6-inch tablet (weighing 835 grams) that can be separated from its base to become the thinnest full-function Intel® 3rd generation Core™ tablet with vPro. The tablet can also be flipped 180° and snapped back into the base.  The Yoga 11S is a newly improved, with a new low power lineup from Intel with up to 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i5 processors and  Windows 8  to give users the full power of multitasking and using Office applications, all in a svelte, 0.68-inch thin frame.

Pricing and Availability

The ThinkPad Helix and IdeaPad Yoga 11S convertibles will be available starting in late-February and June, respectively, through retailers, business partners and www.lenovo.com. Models start at approximately US$1,499 and US$799, respectively. Singapore pricing and availability will be announced closer to the local availability date.

 

 

 

 

And of course, not forgetting the refreshed models from existing lineups:

  • The Lenovo Erazer X700, a specialist gaming PC that sports an eye-catching diamond-cut and cold blue lighting design, and comes with Lenovo’s exclusive OnekeyTM Overclocking feature that allows users to unleash extreme processor performance. This kickass machine will surely be a talking point to visitors to your home.
  • Touchscreen-enabled versions of Lenovo’s IdeaPad U310 and U410 consumer ultrabooks, now made incredibly mobile at just 18mm thin and ultra quick when booting from hibernation or starting up.
  • Two latest incarnations of the mainstream Z Series, the IdeaPad Z400 and Z500 laptops which are optimized for the Windows 8 touch-based user interface. The machines support 10-point touch and come with impressive multimedia capabilities.
  • The ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 for small businesses, which are the first machines to feature Lenovo’s unique OneLink technology for new docking capabilities.

Pricing and Availability

  • The IdeaPad Z500 Touch will be available starting in April. Models start at approximately US$699.
  • The IdeaPad Z400 Touch will be available starting in March. Models start at approximately US$699.
  • The IdeaPad U310 Touch will be available starting in March. Models start at approximately US$779.
  • The IdeaPad U410 Touch will be available starting in April. Models start at approximately US$850.
  • The Lenovo Erazer X700 will be available starting in June. Models start at approximately US$1,499.
  • The IdeaCentre A730 will be available starting this in June. Models start at approximately US$1,499.
  • The IdeaCentre C540 will be available starting in February. Non-touch models start at approximately US$549. Touch models will be available in June.
  • The ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 will be available starting in May. Models start at approximately US$539.
  • The ThinkPad OneLink Dock will be available starting in May. Price will be approximately US$99. The ThinkVision LT1423p Mobile Monitor Touch will be available during Q2 2013 and price will be approximately US$449.

Singapore pricing and availability will be announced closer to the local availability date.

 

That’s all from Lenovo from now. We will keep you updated with the latest from CES 2013. Stay tuned!

 

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