With flexible designs and features based heavily on customer feedback, the three new devices debuting at CES 2017 will help you get your work done from anywhere.
Inspired by Roman armies (for real), these new gaming laptops offer option 4K and even a built-in Xbox gamepad receiver.
The company's early CES ThinkPad notebook announcements include a new size of the Yoga and the choice to add Optane solid-state memory in the larger models.
With a beautiful design, excellent performance and battery life and a great display, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is one head-turning hybrid.
Lenovo's slim Yoga Book two-in-one is great with a pen, but its faux keyboard keeps it from being a practical laptop.
A travel-friendly, tough business laptop, the Lenovo ThinkPad 13 delivers essentials for work or school.
The Lenovo 100S Chromebook delivers on the promise of adequate performance at a low price, but dirt-cheap Windows 10 machines have it beat there.
The Lenovo Ideapad 100S has the best keyboard we've seen on a low-budget laptop, and more than enough battery life to get through day, but a dated touchpad holds it back.
Lenovo's Y-series gaming laptops get new CPUs, plus gamer-centric accessories.
This business-minded hybrid gets new Skylake CPUs and a rechargeable stylus.
With better battery life and performance than the Yoga 3 Pro (not to mention a lower price), the Yoga 3 14 is one of the best hybrid deals around.
The Lenovo LaVie Z is an impressive engineering feat, but unless you need the touch screen and 360-degree hinge, stick with the less-expensive, lighter, non-touch model.
Despite a few design quirks make it feel less than premium, the Lenovo LaVie Z can't be beat for a combination of light weight and processor power.
With a clever mechanical keyboard that solves the main complaint about the Yoga line, the ThinkPad Yoga is the best of both worlds.
In three sizes, the new Flex 3 display now folds back a full 360 degrees like the more expensive Yoga line of laptops.
The Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro has a breakthrough design, but requires careful consideration of the trade-offs required, particularly battery life.
One of our favorite gaming laptops get a sharp 4K display that will make all kinds of content look better, although it's a bit of a tease, as you can't actually crank most games up to that resolution.
Jumping up to a 14-inch display, the biz-minded ThinkPad Yoga hides its keyboard in tablet mode.