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Lenovo debuts a dozen PCs with Skylake, from ThinkCentre Tiny to huge AiOs

Ian Paul | Sept. 3, 2015
This means fresh new choices for consumers and small businesses, in a wide variety of form factors.

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A stylus comes with the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 260 for use in tablet mode. Credit: Lenovo

There’s also a OneLink+ Dock that can turn your Yoga convertible into a desktop machine. The dock boasts up to 33 Gigabit per second bandwidth speeds over a single proprietary cable. 

There’s also a WiDi adapter for sending your ThinkPad Yoga’s visuals wirelessly to a WiDi-enabled monitor.

The ThinkPad Yoga 260 starts at $950, while the 460 begins at $1050. The 460 rolls out in October, while the 260 hits the U.S. in January.

No word on accessory pricing, but the OneLink+ Dock and WiDi adapter will roll out before the end of 2015.


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