CES 2015 News: Lenovo Announces New Products Including P90 Smartphone, Yoga 3 Convertibles, Ultra Light Laptops, And More

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Jan 05, 2015 05:19 PM EST

The CES 2015 announcements are just beginning to pour in, and new technology and electronics are being unveiled all day. Lenovo has introduced its own new line of products including smartphones and tablets.

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On the smartphone front, Lenovo announced the P90 smartphone as well as several peripherals. Lenovo says the phone is "first powered by the newest 64-bit Intel Atom process and with Intel 64- bit processor and Intel XMM 7260 LTE-Advanced modem". The company also announced an attachable VIBE Xtension selfie flash devices (yes), and VIBE VB10 smartband wearables that sync with your mobile iOS or Android device.

The next installment in the line of products are new laptop and tablet models in the Yoga family. The light and thin convertible--hinges allow it to take the shape of a tablet--Yoga 3 comes in 11-inch and 14-inch (in a 13-inch frame) variations with a 1920 x 1080 display. Lenovo also revealed the ThinkPad Yoga, which comes in more mobile 12-inch size as well as 14 or 15-inch versions.

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Ultraportables LaVie Z HZ550 and LaVie Z HZ750 are 1.72 and 2.04 pounds, with the former taking the title of the world's lightest 13-inch laptop and the former the lightest 13-inch convertible. Lastly on the lightweight front is the 8-inch Yoga Tablet 2, which boasts the AnyPen technology that turns "nearly" any pen into a tablet writing implement.

Lenovo also announced all-in-one desktop models--the C20, C40, and C50--that offer various configurations of 10-point multitouch displays, full HD resolutions, and 2 GHz, four-core processors. The screen sizes across the three range from 19 to 23 inches, all of them boast 8 GBs of memory, and the two higher end models offer 2 TB hard drives as opposed to the C20's 1 TB.

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