Over at CES 2015, Lenovo is showing off products that range from new tablets to all-in-one desktops to laptops. The company starts with the A-series tablets that includes the A7-10 and A7-30. The C-series all-in-one desktops can be perfect for the home or office with their specs and very affordable price. And for those who are always on the go, there’s the Lenovo S41 laptop that is as powerful as a desktop computer but is still portable and comes with a budget-friendly price.

The A-series tablets, the Lenovo A7-10 and Lenovo A7-30, both run Android 4.4. The A7-10 weighs only 269 grams and is very thin at 9.3mm. No mention on the exact battery used but Lenovo says the tablet can last all day. Some of the specs include a 32GB storage capacity, expandable MicroSD card slot, a 1024 x 600 IPS display screen, and an unknown MediaTek quad-core processor. Available in Ebony Black only later this month with a $99 price tag.

The Lenovo A7-30 boasts of almost the same features except it is slimmer at 8.9mm and has a SIM card slot that allows mobile 3G connection. This model will be available in four color variants. You can choose from Ebony Black, Aqua Blue, Pearl White, and Cotton Candy. Shipping of this $129 Android tablet will start in March.

The Windows 8.1-running Lenovo S41 is a 14.1-inch laptop that is very slim at 19.5mm and very light at only 1.8kg. Laptop is packed with NVIDIA GeForce graphics, Intel Core i7 processor, and Dolby Home Theater for a high quality audio system. You can  choose from either the 256GB SSD or 1TB SSHD storage options when it arrives in June with a $799 starting price. (Sorry, no Chrome OS-powered laptop from Lenovo yet)

Two screen sizes of the C-series all-in-one desktop will be available: a 21.5-inch and a 23.-inch model. The Lenovo C40 and C50 both feature 10-point Full HD touch screen, 1920 x 1080 resolution display, DVD burner, front-facing speakers, Intel Core i5 processor, and either the NVIDIA GeForce or AMD R5 graphics engine. The all-in-one desktops run Windows 8.1 and will hit the shelves this March for only $429 and $729.

VIA: SlashGear


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