Lenovo will be launching new X1 range devices, including a ThinkPad X1 Yoga ultrabook with an OLED screen.
The ThinkPad X1 Yoga will feature the hinge design from Lenovo's Yoga range of laptops, bringing 360 degree folding to the ThinkPad business line for the first time.
As well as the innovative hinge, a version of the laptop featuring Samsung's OLED display technology will be available.
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The ThinkPad X1 Yoga will also include a touchscreen and stylus and will go on sale in January in the US, while OLED models won't be available until April.
Alongside the new 360 degree folding laptop, the firm will also introduce an updated version of its X1 Carbon ultrabook, and a new ThinkPad X1 tablet.
The latest ThinkPad X1 Carbon will debut in February and features a sixth-generation Skylake processor inside a slimmed-down, 0.66-inches thick, case.
It also weighs 1.18kg (2.6 pounds) and includes a fingerprint reader.
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As well as the new laptop updates, Lenovo has launched the ThinkPad X1 tablet, aimed at taking on the Surface Pro and iPad Pro.
It will feature a rather disappointing Core M processor and 2,160 x 1,440 display, with the option to include up to a 1TB hard drive.
It will also support USB Type-C and will ship in February in the US, with a 3D model being released in May.
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