Hot Laptops Spotted at CES: IdeaPad U1, Dell Adamo XPS, Alienware

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Hot Laptops Spotted at CES: IdeaPad U1, Dell Adamo XPS, Alienware

by Nicholas Kolakowski

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Lenovos IdeaPad U1 hybrid notebook features a detachable screen, which removes to become a multitouch slate tablet. The HD LED-backlit display measures 11.6 inches and features around 5 hours of battery life. It will retail for under $1,000 and be available June 1.

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Once the Lenovo IdeaPad U1s 1.6-pound multitouch screen detaches in a "tablet," it runs Lenovos Skylight Linux-based operating system, powered by a Qualcomm ARM Snapdragon processor.

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Lenovos revamped ThinkPad line includes a new, larger multitouch touchpad for pinching, zooming and scrolling, as well as a redesigned QWERTY keyboard.

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Intel displayed the Alienware M15x, a powerful 15-inch gaming laptop, to show off its Intel Core i7 processor.

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Another subcategory making an appearance at CES was toughbooks. Here, a Tetra V100M 10.4-inch convertible ruggedized notebook, which, like so much at this event, can have its screen rotated around to become a tablet.

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The brushed-aluminum Dell Adamo XPS features a 13.4-inch HD display and a slim form factor, measuring 9.9mm thick.

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The Dell Adamo XPS includes a full-size keyboard that opens via a one-touch capacitive latch release. It also has a 2-megapixel Webcam.

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The Dell Inspiron Zino HD mini-desktop measures 8 inches by 8 inches, weighs 5.3 pounds, includes 10 color options for its lid, and is powered by an AMD Athlon processor.

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The Medion Touch X9613 all-in-one PC features a 24-inch multitouch screen and is powered by an Intel Core 2 Quad Q9000 and an Nvidia GeForce GT240M graphic card.

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Microsoft had this Panasonic CF-30 on display to show that rugged laptops can also run Windows 7. The machines are rated as capable of surviving a number of environmental insults, including dust and extreme heat.

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The Kohjinsha DZ Series features two 10.1-inch screens, and is powered by an AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor. It includes a 1.3-megapixel Webcamera, not to mention a lot of onscreen real estate to place your open windows.

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Each of the Kohjinsha DZ Series models two screens boast a 1,024-by-600 resolution. In tight space conditions, the two screens slide over each other to become a single screen.

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