Launch: Lenovo ThinkPad S1 Yoga, new ultrabooks are aimed at enterprise users

ThinkPad X240s UltrabookThe premium ThinkPad X240s Ultrabook is the thinnest and lightest full featured ThinkPad yet.

Lenovo has launched a new range of enterprise devices powered by Intel's fourth generation Haswell Core processors including a convertible ThinkPad S1 Yoga and new ThinkPad ultrabooks T440,T440s and X240s Ultrabook.

The ThinkPad S1 Yoga is a multi-mode device designed to function optimally in different scenarios, eliminating the need of separate ultrabooks and tablet. Like the first Yoga, this device can do a 360 degreeflip from laptop mode to stand mode and tent mode to tablet mode. The keyboard is disabled when it is not in the laptop mode. With a pre-loaded Intel SBA platform, it allows better security and business continuity. Rs 80,000 onwards

The ThinkPad T440 ultrabook has a 14-inch HD or HD+ screen with optional multitouch capability and comes with 1TB storage and 10 hours + battery life.  With military-specific durability and glass fiber design means this is a durable device. Rs 78,000 onwards

The ThinkPad T440s has a carbon fiber top cover that makes it light and durable. The device has a wide range of connection options and touch capability with Windows 8 Pro.

Rs 90,000 onwards

The premium ThinkPad X240s Ultrabook is the thinnest and lightest full featured ThinkPad yet. With a weight of just 1.28 kg and thickness of 17.65 mm, this Ultrabook comes with Full-HD IPS touch screen display, carbon fiber construction and a glass TrackPad. Rs 95,000 onwards

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