For more than 40 years, the global technology community has participated in The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES is a technophile’s utopia, attracting nearly 180,000 people, spanning more than 2.4 million square feet of product exhibitions, panels and presentations, and previewing next-generation products and emerging techonology. This year’s showcase is being held in Las Vegas, January 6-9.
Lenovo typically brings a lot of new product releases to CES, and 2016 is no exception. It is announcing more than 40 new products to its broad family of leading devices. Some of these include: the ThinkPad X1 modular tablet, which can transform to a laptop, projector and a 3D camera; the 13-inch YOGA 900S laptop, which is the world’s thinnest ultraportable and measures just a half-inch thick; and gaming devices IdeaCentre Y900 RE and Y27g RE Monitor, which were born from a partnership with gaming peripheral maker Razer.
To round out its portfolio, Lenovo will feature an enterprise rack demo. The demo is an interactive tool that showcases the latest servers, storage and networking offerings as well as highlights Lenovo’s optimized solutions for cloud, database, big data/analytics and HPC. Products on display will include: Lenovo System x3850 X6, System x3650 M5, ThinkServer RD550 and RD650; Lenovo Flex System featuring the following blade servers and switches: x480 X6, x240 M5, converged switches and Fibre Channel switches; Lenovo NeXtScale featuring the latest NeXtScale nodes along with GPU and storage trays; Lenovo Storage S3200 SAN; Lenovo top-of-rack switches and Lenovo Storage N4610.