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Starting at just 1.72 lbs., the Lenovo LaVie becomes the current featherweight champion for PC convertibles that doesn't compromise on performance in its quest to be thin and light.
The ASUS Transformer Book Flip 15 is available for just $299 today, including a 15.6-inch display that folds over 360 degrees, turning the notebook into a large (albeit rather heavy) tablet.
According to inside sources, LG is looking to launch a new tablet that will double as a laptop thanks to a detachable keyboard. Essentially LG wants to compete with Microsoft's Surface lineup.
Toshiba has unveiled the Satellite Radius 11, a low-cost notebook-style PC with a touchscreen that folds over 360-degrees for 'tablet-style' usage, along with up to 4GB RAM, 32GB SSD and full HDMI.
On stage at Computex, Microsoft showed off a number of recently launched Windows devices as well as some we hadn't seen before. Among these a HP 2-in-1 device and a 7-inch tablet from Toshiba.
Dell has taken the wraps off a new portable all-in-one machine called the XPS 18, which packs an 18.4-inch 1080p display in a body that can be transported around thanks to the included battery
Asus' first Windows RT tablet, the Asus Vivo Tab RT, will retail for $599.99, or $799.99 if you choose to get it with the keyboard dock. The tablet includes a Tegra 3 chipset and 10.1-inch display.
This month is going to see a slew of tablet news, and the gates are now beginning to open. Lenovo today is on a roll, and has announced the Lynx and Twist convertible tablets featuring Windows 8.
We have another leaked slide from Dell but this one is not as pretty as the previous one we posted. Coming in late 2012, Dell looks to be reviving the Duo format for Windows 8.
With Windows 8's launch fast approaching, interest is growing in the devices that will run the new OS. A source claims that the first Intel-based Windows 8 tablets will be in stores in November.