2014 could very well be Lenovo's year at CES. The PC market leader has unleashed a bevy of impressive notebooks, ultrabooks, tablets and even smartphones for good measure. One of the more interesting categories this year are 8-inch Windows 8 tablets that run full Windows (not RT). Dell has first mover advantage with its Venue 8 Pro tablet and now Lenovo's followed suit with their successor to the ThinkPad Tablet 2. Designed for work and play, the MIIX 2 has a quad core Intel Atom processor, stylus input, a expandable microSD slot and starts at $299 for the 32GB model. Here's our slideshow from the show floor.
Photos by Alex Davies