Lenovo is certainly no stranger to CES and every year we often see new notebooks launched at this annual show.

ThinkPad X1 Carbon
Now its 7th iteration, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon continues to be stylish and functional. It comes with a carbon fibre weave on the lid, an optional 4K display, Dolby Vision and Atmos support, as well as the usual slew of security features.

Yoga S940
Another model is the more consumer-oriented Yoga S940. The three things about this premium ultrabook that catches the eyes are its a 14-inch 4K display with minimal bezels, a sleek aluminium chassis, and three USB Type-C ports (two of which support Thunderbolt 3) – all packed into relatively thin and light body that’s ultra-portable. Lenovo also says that it has an estimated 7.5-hour battery life if running on 4K resolution.

Yoga A940
The new Yoga A940 is made for artists. This all-in-one PC has a 27-inch 2K or 4K IPS display that sits on a rotating hinge, making it easy to tilt for easier drawing sessions. It also has a Precision Dial so you can make minor adjustments on the fly with programmes like Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom. Inside its chassis, it houses an eight-gen Intel Core i7 CPU and AMD Radeon RX 560 GPU, more than enough for photo or video editing.

Smart Tab P10
Then there is the Smart Tab P10 that functions as a regular Android tablet when not docked. But when paired with the Smart Dock, it turns into a Smart Screen with Amazon Alexa support, allowing you to use voice control for music playback or control a variety of compatible smarthome devices.

Legion Y740
On the gaming side, Lenovo also revealed the Legion Y740, which comes in 15-inch and 17-inch form factors. Both will come with a 144Hz display for smooth visuals, RGB backlit keyboard, Killer Wireless-AC, and either Intel’s Core i5-8300H or Core i7-8750H CPU. The 15-inch model will also have run on either an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 (Max-Q) or RTX 2060, while the 17-inch model’s GPU would have both options and also the choice of having a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 (Max-Q).

Legion H500 Pro 7.1
Lenovo is also diving into the peripheral market with the Legion H500 Pro 7.1, a gaming headset that delivers virtual surround sound. It’s compatible with all modern game consoles like the PS4 through the 3.5mm audio jack, as well as PCs via the USB connector. There’s a controller attached to the USB connector that provides a toggle for the virtual surround sound, as well as mic mute and volume control.