Earlier this week, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Lenovo announced a range of new Windows 10 devices. It unveiled a total of four new machines running Microsoft's OS, covering various price points: an entry-level tablet with detachable keyboard, priced from as little as $199.99; a mid-range notebook with premium design and features, and a pair of high-end notebooks with desirable specs and stylish aesthetics.
All four devices have plenty to offer to their respective buyers. My personal favorite - having had a bit of hands-on time with all of them at MWC - was the low-end Miix 320. Despite its modest cost, that device offers impressive build quality and a compelling list of specs; for an additional premium - exactly how much has not yet been announced - buyers will also be able to get the Miix 320 with integrated 4G LTE connectivity, and stylus support.
But all of these devices have plenty to offer - you can get an overview of their key features, including a few early impressions of each of them, in the video below:
You can find more details on pricing in our earlier report on Lenovo's new Windows 10 PCs. Information about Lenovo's new Android devices can be found here.
Make sure you check out our hands-on video featuring Lenovo's new Moto G5 and G5 Plus smartphones too, along with various other videos from Mobile World Congress:
- LG G6
- Huawei P10
- BlackBerry KEYone
- Nokia 3 and Nokia 5
- Blast from the past: the new Nokia 3310
- Samsung Galaxy Book Windows 10 2-in-1
- Alcatel Plus12 Windows 10 2-in-1
- Sony Xperia Touch Android 7.0 projector
...and you can see our full coverage of all the big news from MWC 2017 here.