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Lenovo bends over backward at CES (live blog)

Lenovo shows off the IdeaPad Yoga and the IdeaCentre A720. The Yoga's screen bends all the way back and around to make the PC a tablet. The A720's large, touch-enabled screen can be used horizontally.

Lenovo executives Peter Hortensius and Liu Jun play ping-pong on the IdeaCentre A720's touch-enabled screen, after pushing it all the way back into a horizontal position. Corinne Schulze/CNET

LAS VEGAS--Lenovo got a jump on the avalanche of CES news and made some product announcements in the days leading up to the giant Consumer Electronics Show.

The world's second-largest PC maker last week unveiled a new line of ThinkPad laptops that are slimmer and pack cutting-edge features such as Thunderbolt.

Today, Lenovo CEO Yang Yaunqing discussed the company's "four screen" strategy, involving PCs, tablets, smartphones, and smart TVs.

Among the products touted: the IdeaPad Yoga (a laptop with a hinge that lets it fold over in a "back bend" to become a tablet), and the IdeaCentre A720 (a 27-inch all-in-one that can also bend way back, so the touch-enabled screen can be used horizontally).

You can replay the full live blog in the ScribbleLive module below.

Editors' note: The original, barebones version of this story was posted January 8 at 4:32 p.m. PT.