This must be a superbly buzy year for the folks at Lenovo, the products never fail to stop coming at CES. On top of announcing so many products from AIO PCs to tablets to computers, here are the Lenovo B Series laptops targeted at entry level users to give them what they need at an affordable price. With a choice of either the latest Intel Core processors (B480 and B580) or AMD Fusion APUs (B485 and B585), these B Series laptops will come with integrated or discrete graphics at an extreme affordable price from just USD$499.
They can support up to 1TB of storage, comes with USB 3.0 and HDMI out ports and will be built in with 4-in-1 multicard reader. Like the other laptops with the latest Intel Core processors, the B Series laptops will be preloaded with Lenovo’s Solution Center powered by Intel Small Business Advantage.
As for desktop, Lenovo also announced its H520s, the slim and easy-to-use desktops for home computing. At half the size of a standard desktop PC, the H520s promise a great range of entertainment and processing power at an affordable price. Together with Lenovo Assistant, you can easily use and configure all the settings found on this PC. The H520s is expected to be available from June at USD$499.
Lastly, but definitely not the end of Lenovo’s products this CES, Lenovo introduced its S2 smartphone that boasts security and great photography capabilities. Powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon technology (they didn’t mention the specific processor) and running on Android 2.3, the S2 comes with a unique Kernel-level security system to protect personal data, prevent phishing, and control network and SMS traffic. It is also equipped with an 8MP “super camera” that is capable of capturing amazing panoramic photos on the go. The S2 smartphone is currently available in China but Lenovo hasn’t announced the global availability of this device yet.