Fresh from showcasing its 27-inch Horizon tablet PC, tech giant Lenovo also recently unleashed their latest touch devices for the Windows 8 platform, including new ultrabooks, laptops, all-in-one PCs and one behemoth of a gaming rig.
Lenovo announces the release of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch, the touchscreen counterpart of X1 Carbon for professionals. Owing to its display, this business-class Ultrabook maximizes the Windows 8 multi-touch experience.
Acer unveiled the TravelMate B113 to give leading pro-student laptops a run for their money. Check out if what it has to offer can meet the demands of students and personnel of academic institutions.
Dell has just revamped their Studio line of performance notebooks–the Studio 15, Studio 17, and Studio XPS 16—with an option to add Intel’s new quad-cored Core i7 mobile processors. The three models include options for adding either the i7-720QM (1.6GHz) or i7-820QM (1.73GHz). Alienware (also owned by Delll) has also launched the first notebook to