10 Trailblazing Lenovo Products Coming This Fall

Lenovo Products Across The Board

Lenovo on Wednesday added several new tablets, notebooks and laptops, as well as accessories, to its mobile line.

These devices sport new popular features, such as Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system, and Intel's new Skylake architecture processors. In addition, the latest additions to Lenovo's mobile portfolio contain new security and productivity features for the enterprise.

Partners applauded the innovations in design and attention to the enterprise, particularly SMBs, in the Chinese company's new ThinkPad Yoga convertible notebooks and ThinkPad PCs.

According to Lenovo, the MIIX 700 and ThinkPad Yoga 260 will be available in the channel in November.

Following are 10 new mobile products unveiled by Lenovo this week.

1. Yoga Tab 3

Lenovo touts its new Yoga Tab 3 as a consumer tablet for around-the-clock entertainment.

The tablet comes with either an 8-inch or 10-inch screen, and contains features for optimal music and video experiences, such as HD display, a rotating 8 MP camera, and up to 20 hours of battery life.

The Yoga Tab 3 has a convertible frame, meaning that it can be positioned to stand or tilt, and also contains an AnyPen stylus.

This tablet runs on an Android operating system, and is powered by a quad-core 1.3GHZ Qualcomm SoC.

The 8-inch Yoga Tab 3 will be available in October for $169, while the 10-inch version will be released in November for $199.

2. Yoga Tab 3 Pro

The 10.1-inch Yoga Tab 3 Pro expands on the entertainment features offered by Lenovo's Tab 3 through adding a built-in 70-inch screen projector to the device.

This built-in projector allows users to play videos in what Lenovo describes as "a cinema-like experience."

The device contains a 13 MP auto-focus camera on the rear with a 5 MP fixed-focus camera on the front.

The Yoga Tab 3 Pro also runs on an Android operating system and contains an Intel Atom processor, with a 10200 mAh battery.

The Yoga Tab 3 Pro will be available in November for $499.

3. IdeaPad MIIX 700

The IdeaPad MIIX 700, Lenovo's 12-inch 2-in-1, has been enhanced with a watchband-hinge kickstand, which allows users to convert the device into a laptop or tablet, depending on what they need.

The IdeaPad MIIX 700 contains up to 9 hours of video playback, integrated Intel HD graphics, and a 5 MP front and rear camera.

This device runs on Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system, and is powered by Intel's sixth-generation Core m7 processor running on Skylake architecture.

The IdeaPad MIIX 700 will be available in November, and will be priced at $699, according to Lenovo.

4. IdeaCentre 700

Lenovo's IdeaCentre 700 is an all-in-one for businesses that would prefer performance over portability.

This entertainment desktop contains a 24-inch or 27-inch multitouch display with JBL stereo speakers for watching videos and listening to music. The IdeaCentre 700 also contains enhanced camera features, such as an Intel RealSense 3-D camera, 1080p dual microphone and Intel voice recognition.

The IdeaCentre 700 is compatible with Windows 10, and can run either on Intel's sixth-gen Core i7 processor or AMD's Godavari A10 processor.

The all-in-one will be available in October, with the 24-inch version priced at $1,099 and the 27-inch version priced at $1,899.

5. IdeaPad 300 And 500

Lenovo added new improvements to its signature IdeaPad 300 and 500 laptops.

Both IdeaPad versions come with either a 14-inch or 15-inch screen, Nvidia GeForce 920 graphics and Dolby Advanced Audio.

The IdeaPad 500 is powered by Intel's sixth-generation Core i7 processor, as well as optional JBL speakers and an Intel RealSense camera.

The IdeaPad 300 will be available in October, ranging in price from $399 to $549, while the IdeaPad 500 will range in price from $499 to $599.

6. IdeaCentre Y900 And Y700

For gamers, Lenovo unveiled its IdeaCentre Y900 and Y700 desktops.

These desktops contain a chassis big enough to fit an ATX motherboard and support power supplies up to 100 W. IdeaCentre Y900 also can support up to two graphics cards and contains additional space to upgrade a cooling system on top. Both desktops run on Windows 10 and can be powered by Intel's high-performance sixth-generation i7 K processors.

The IdeaCentre Y900 and Y700 and both available in November and will be priced at $1,599 and $999, respectively.

7. Gaming Accessories

Lenovo launched a series of gaming accessories to enhance its IdeaCentre Y900 and IdeaCentre Y700 desktops, as well as its IdeaPad Y700 laptop.

The Lenovo Y gaming surround-sound headset includes 7.1 virtual surround-sound for gamers, as well as a noise-cancelling microphone. Lenovo also announced a Y Gaming precision mouse with four levels of adjustable DPI and various levels of speeds, and a Y Gaming mechanical switch keyboard that contains customizable keys for macro recording, and a backlight anti-ghosting mechanical switch key matrix.

These accessories will be available in September, according to Lenovo.

8. ThinkPad Yoga 260 And 460

Lenovo on Wednesday announced the 12.5-inch ThinkPad Yoga 260 and 14-inch ThinkPad Yoga 460 premium convertible notebooks.

These notebooks contain thin and rugged convertible designs, as well as a ThinkPad Pen Pro and adaptability to WiGig, Intel's wireless docking technology that enables high-speed wireless connections to docking stations.

In addition, the ThinkPad Yoga 260 and 460 notebooks, which will be available in the fall for $949 and $1,049, respectively, are compatible with Intel's new sixth-generation Skylake Core processors and Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 10.

9. ThinkCentre M900z

Lenovo's ThinkCentre M900z is a rugged all-in-one with productivity features.

This 23-inch device is about 30 percent thinner than its last generation, according to Lenovo, and contains an Intel Skylake processor with vPro and DDR4 technology for enterprise-level performance.

The ThinkCentre M900z runs on Windows 10 and contains up to 32 GB of memory. It features several preloaded Windows 10 tools, like Lenovo Display Manager, ThinkVantage Password Manager and Omnipass.

This all-in-one will be available in November starting at $929.

10. Lenovo Vibe P1 And P1m

In addition to tablets, 2-in-1s and all-in-ones, Lenovo dipped into the smartphone segment with the announcement of its inexpensive Vibe P1 and Vibe P1M phones.

The 5.5-inch Lenovo Vibe P1 runs on the Android 5.1 operating system and is powered by a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The smartphone contains an aluminum frame with Gorilla Glass in the front, a 5000 mAh battery and 2 GB of RAM.

Meanwhile, the 5-inch P1m also runs on an Android OS and contains 4 GB RAM, but contains a 64-bit MediaTek processor and a 4000 mAh battery. This smartphone is life-proof, with splash-proof technology.

The Vibe P1 will be available in October for $279, while the Vibe P1m will go to market in mid-September $159.