CES 2012 promises to be another show driven by tech excess with scads of tablets, ultrabooks, laptops and more devices that could possibly end up in your office or home. For the full coverage from the show, see CNET's CES special report and ZDNet's CES Rpecial Report. And the show hasn't even started yet.
Lenovo was one of the first manufacturers to leak their upcoming products with a slew of new laptops and ultrabooks.
ZDNet's James Kendrick highlights the X1 Hybrid Thinkpad which is a 13-inch device that operates on both Linux and Windows. You can run Linux and save battery life.
About 60 new ultrabooks are expected to debut this year - with many of them being shown off at CES.