The annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been used for decades as a platform for manufacturers to debut their revolutionary products. This year is set to be a big one for Lenovo, as it maintains its spot as the top-selling PC manufacturer in the world, and the Chinese brand introduced several new innovations at CES 2015–including new laptops, tablets, and peripherals. The new announcements are also great news for those in the market for recertified Lenovo laptops and tablets, as you can now access a greater variety of products at lower prices from verified remarketers like IT Xchange.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad series of laptops are being thoroughly updated for 2015, and the company introduced eight new models at CES. The ultra-portable, 14-inch ThinkPad X1 Carbon is designed with a high-resolution screen but a light body, and the 12.5-inch ThinkPad X250 uses PowerBridge technology to ensure superior battery life. The ThinkPad 450 series has four new 14-inch additions and the new W550 series of 15.6-inch laptops are designed to replace your desktop. To accompany these computers, Lenovo introduced its new ThinkPad Stack, which features customizable and portable peripherals that can be stacked together to share data and power. Other new laptops include the low-cost Flex 3 line and the S41 notebook.
In terms of tablets, the popular Yoga line has been refreshed with the introduction of the Yoga Tablet 2 with AnyPen. This 8-inch tablet can use any metal object as a stylus–from a ballpoint pen to a fork. The ThinkPad Yoga and Yoga 3 blur the line between a tablet and a laptop by being extremely flexible in addition to featuring both touch screens and physical keyboards. Extremely customizable, these Yoga products feature plenty of new technology. Still, the slightly older products they replace continue to be excellent machines, and IT buyers can find models at IT Xchange to match current inventory.