1Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 91z All-in-One
Hello, gorgeous! Lenovo’s 91 z AiO features a 21.5-inch, 1080p Infinity Screen, a 20-second boot-up time, a single cord and ATI discreet graphics. Users also have a choice of a number of different processors, including the Intel Core i7 Quad Core CPU. It can also be paired with a wireless, spill-proof keyboard that can slide under it for a space savings when it’s not in use.
2Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
3Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processors are paired with Intel vPro management technology, Lenovo’s RapidCharge, which can get the battery to 80 percent in 30 minutes, and 3G mobile broadband. There’s also a 720p camera with face-tracking, and a carbon fiber roll cage, making the X1 more durable than its lithe looks suggest.
4HP Envy Ultrabook
5HP Envy Sleekbook
6Lenovo A720 All-in-One
Lenovo is calling the A720 the industry’s slimmest 27-inch all-in-one. Others are calling it “The Transformer.” Its adjustable hinge lets a user pull it forward, tilt it or fold it down completely. On board are the latest Intel processors, Nvidia GeForce graphics, a 1TB hard drive and a 64GB solid-state drive (SSD).
7Lenovo A720 All-in-One
8Asus Zenbook Prime
10Dell Sneak Peek
Dell rented a gallery space in New York City in mid-May and set up different scenarios for how its various lines of PCs will likely be used. The notebooks and desktops will be introduced in the coming days and weeks. Expect good things.