Motion Control is finding its way into the latest consumer products.
Motion Control is the new trend in the tech industry and is finding its way into latest consumer products these days. Lenovo’s all-in-one desktop A540 will also feature Motion Control with a set of 12-gestures. It features 23.8-inch 1,920 x 1,080 touchscreen and is powered by an Intel Core i7 CPU along with NVIDIA GeForce GT 840A graphics. It will also feature a TV-tuner and will come preinstalled with Windows 8.1.
Lenovo is also refreshing its notebook line up including 14 and 15.6-inch Flex 2 convertible laptops. Both of the laptops feature 300-degree hinge, which we have already seen previously in Yoga series. It enables it to bend over backwards and work as a tablet. Both the laptops will come with various customisations options including Intel and AMD processors (Core i7 in case of Intel) bundled with NVIDIA or Radeon GPUs.
The 14-inch model will be available in June for $429 while the 15.6-inch Flex 2 convertible will be available in the same month for $799.