The Consumer Electronics Show, CES for short, in Las Vegas is just around the corner. The tech event will take place from January 5th to 8th and, as usual, will provide the framework for various new smartphones, tablets, notebooks and other devices. As usual, Lenovo will also be part of the show, and might present the new ThinkPhone in addition to the Tab Extreme, the Yoga 9i 13 and the SmartPaper.
The tip comes from Evan Blass and includes images of all of the new devices Lenovo will show at CES. The Lenovo ThinkPhone is the beginning. Its design borrows from the famous ThinkPad line of laptops, although the actual hardware might be based on a Motorola phone. For example on the new Moto X40 with its Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
Lenovo Tab Extreme
The Lenovo Tab Extreme first appeared in the rumor mill a few weeks ago. The tablet is said to be powered by a Dimensity 9000 chipset. The display has a resolution of 3,000 x 1,876 pixels, supports a stylus and bespoke keyboard accessories similar to Apple’s Magic Keyboard.
The Lenovo SmartPaper looks very similar to the Yoga Paper e-ink tablet, which also supports a Wacom stylus for note-taking. The Yoga Paper runs on Android, which should also be the case with the SmartPaper.
Lenovo Yoga 9i 13
Another interesting device is the Lenovo Yoga 9i 13. This is a dual 13-inch notebook with a similar design to the ThinkPad X1 Fold. There’s a separate keyboard that can get wedged between the two displays when the laptop is closed. In contrast to the ThinkPad, the Yoga 9i has two individual displays instead of a foldable panel and should be significantly cheaper.
Lenovo Project Chronos
There are also some fancy devices like the Project Chronos – a TV accessory that appears to be an all-in-one Kinnect.
Lenovo MagicBay 4K webcam
The MagicBay 4K is a 4K webcam with a built-in light and possibly a 4G data connection. The MagicBay 4K will likely attach to notebooks with an array of pogo pins, providing LTE coverage anywhere for high-quality video conferencing.
There will also be plenty of new Yoga Windows notebooks coming out, including the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Carbon Gen 8 13, Yoga Slim 6i Gen 8 14, and Yoga 9i Gen 8 14. Lenovo’s gaming brand, Legion, will also see some movement. Here the Lenovo Legion 7 Pro 16.8, the Legion 7i Pro 16.8, the Legion 5 Pro 16.8 and the Legion 5i Pro 16.8 are in the starting blocks.