Hands-on with Lenovo’s new Windows 8 devices at CES [Video]

Lenovo has a nice new line of Windows 8 devices to show off at CES this year. We took a look at three of the new devices that will be released later this year. The coolest of the bunch can be seen at the end of the video. Lenovo is doing a good job at bringing a wide range of Windows devices to market. Which is your favorite?

Lenovo X1 Carbon

The X1 Carbon is a 14-inch ultrabook designed with Carbon Fiber. This makes it stronger than aluminum, but weighs less. The X1 Carbon has a touchscreen, and 9 hours of battery life, and a crazy cool adaptive row of buttons on the keyboard. They claim the display has “higher resolution and better viewing angles.” The X1 Carbon will start at $1,299 this month.

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga is an aptly named device. The Yoga has been around for a few years but Lenovo keeps improving it. Like many of the people you would find in a yoga studio, the IdeaPad Yoga is very flexible. The screen can be bent 360 degrees. You can bend it all the way back to use it as a tablet, or use it as a stand. Very neat.

Lenovo ThinkPad 8

Perhaps the coolest thing that Lenovo showed off is the ThinkPad 8. This new tablet is the first Windows device that can truly compete with the iPad Mini. It has a full 1920×1080 full HD display, Intel Atom processor, 128GB of storage, USB 3.0, LTE, and Windows 8.1. It also has a cool magnetic flip cover case. Later this month it will be available for just $429.


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