Lenovo @ CES 2016
Lenovo is pulling out all the stops for CES 2016 with an impressive 21 different product announcements. From desktops to laptops, from tablets to mobile devices, Lenovo has something for everyone.
Products like the ThinkPad X1 Carbon are updated versions of popular models, adding new features and options like a 2K (2560 x 1440) screen in addition to some nice performance increases as well. More on the ThinkPad X1 can be found over here.
The X1 Tablet from Lenovo is a product that features some options that we've never seen offered by tablet manufacturers. The X1 Tablet allows you to add modules onto the tablet that will give you additional battery life (up to 5 additional hours), increased connectivity options, or even add a Pico projector onto your tablet. The X1 Tablet is a truly unique product and you can find out more about it over at Lenovo's website.
Also featured at Lenovo's booth was the new offering by Motorola, the Droid Turbo 2. Lenovo acquired Motorola a while back and this was the first chance we were able to see them together at CES 2016. The biggest feature that the Droid Turbo 2 features is a shatterproof display (in addition to being waterproof). As shown in our video, the demo phone had been dropped time and time again (we got a bit carried away and dropped it face down a good 15 times). The phone had been dropped so many times that it actually broke a tile on the floor, yet the phone screen still remained intact. More information on the Droid Turbo 2 can be found over here at Motorola's site.
We were only able to cover a few products in our coverage as Lenovo and Motorola have tons of new models and products this year. If you'd like to see more from Lenovo, check out their website over here. If you'd like to see more on the mobile side of things, check out Motorola's websites over here.
As you can probably gather, Lenovo is excited about 2016 and their new products and we are looking forward to getting our hands on them in the future.
Please check out all of our images from Day 1 at CES 2016 right here.