Rounding up Lenovo's new laptops

Lenovo's lineup of laptops might be one of the largest at CES 2011--here's the full rundown.

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LAS VEGAS--Between its ThinkPad and IdeaPad brands, Lenovo had a ton of laptop announcements at CES 2011. While many are basically revamps of existing lines adding new processors, there are a few standouts: the ThinkPad Edge series has bold, higher-end ultraportable models, and the Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid tablet/laptop has finally emerged as a real product.

>>One year later, the IdeaPad U1 rises as a Windows 7 laptop/Android hybrid

Lenovo LePad and IdeaPad U1 Hybrid (photos)

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>>IdeaPad S205 and S100: 11.6-inch AMD Fusion ultraportable and 10.1-inch Atom Netbook

Lenovo IdeaPad S100 and S205 (photos)

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>>IdeaPad B, V, G, Y and Z series updates

Lenovo IdeaPad laptops of CES 2011

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>>New ThinkPad Edge models, and the 11.6-inch x120e with AMD Fusion

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220s and E420s (photos)

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Lenovo ThinkPad X120e (photos)

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