Lenovo is certainly making a strong move on the Tablet PC front. With Windows 8 being geared toward multi-touch functionality, what PC manufacturer isn’t? Coming later this year, Lenovo will be debuting four new machines.

Like Windows 8, two of the new Lenovos, the the IdeaPad Yoga 13 and the ThinkPad Twist, will arrive Oct. 26. Following in December will be an IdeaPad Yoga 11 and the IdeaTab Lynx, a tablet that clicks into not just a keyboard but a realistic laptop base.

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The IdeaPad Yoga 13 and 11 are ultrabooks.  They have touch screens that can fold back and convert the machine into a tablet.  The Yoga 13 will run on Intel Core Series processors and the Yoga 11 will run on an ARM based chip.

Lenovo’s Thinkpad Twist is a similar ultrabook that converts into a tablet, but its screen can “twist” in different directions, rather than just folding back.

In the IdeaPad Lynx, users will find a conventional tablet running on an Intel Atom processor.  The highlight of this machine though is that it has a base which it can dock to turning the tablet into a decent sized mobile laptop.

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