During the course of CES here in Las Vegas, more than 20,000 new products will be introduced, and here's a recap of all of them. Just kidding. Over the next few days, I'll bring you what I consider to be the most interesting, coolest or just plain weird from this year's show floor and environs.
Aptly named, the 13.3-inch screen on this convertible Lenovo ultrabook hinges all the way around 360 degrees to lie flat back-to-back with the rear of the keyboard to create a touchscreen tablet. Once the screen top hinges flat with the keyboard at 180 degrees the keyboard is disabled. Since it'll run Windows 8, its price and especially availability depends heavily on when Microsoft releases its next-generation operating system later this year (some say as early as next month, most folks expect a summer release). Yoga weighs in at 1.4 kg (that's around 3.4 pounds) and will likely be priced less than $1,200.