Lenovo were showcasing some of their upcoming budget friendly Ideapad Ultrabooks in a few different flavours. They had both 13.3″ and 14″ (U310/U410) models on display in a variety of different flavours including gloss-white.
They were also showing off their IdeaCentre A720 multi-touch PC which features a clever hinge design, letting you use it at a number of different angles. You can also lay the screen completely flat and use apps such as Air Hockey and Keyboard.
Possibly the most interesting products on display on the Lenovo stand was the aptly named Ideapad Yoga 13. This also has a clever hinge design which lets you fold the screen all the way round onto the back, making the laptop function as a tablet.
The back of the Lenovo stand was reserved for Medion, their gaming brand. They were showcasing their latest Erazer X75 PC case which will house a number of their latest high end gaming systems.
There was also a selection of Medion Erazer gaming laptops on display, complemented by a variety of Erazer gaming peripherals.