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Lenovo announces an aluminum-clad all-in-one PC and several new laptops

Michael Brown | April 17, 2014
Lenovo has announced a number of additions to its consumer all-in-one and notebook PC lineups, including a smaller version of the A740 all-in-one it showed off at CES in January.

Finally, Lenovo announced two new models in its Flex line of dual-mode laptops. Flex 2 laptops will be available with 14- and 15.6-inch, 1920-by-1080 displays that rotate 300 degrees so they can be used in two modes: Laptop or Stand. Unlike Lenovo's popular Yoga line, the displays on these models don't rotate all the way around to turn into tablets.

The 14-inch Flex models will be powered by Intel processors (up to Core i7) and discrete graphics by Nvidia. The 15.6-inch Flex models will be outfitted with AMD processors (up to A8) with integrated graphics. Both models will feature 720p webcams, and up to 1TB of storage. Hybrid solid-state/mechanical drives and SSDs (up to 256GB) will be available as upgrades. Prices will start at $429 for the 14-inch Flex 2 and $799 for the 15-inch Flex 2 when the laptops become available in June.

 

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