Lenovo, which has had a rocky start to the new year, has just announced the availability of the X1 Carbon, its latest flagship tablet.

The X1, which was revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month, was launched alongside the X5 Carbon, the first-ever tablet from Acer.

Lenovo has yet to make a similar announcement for its other high-end laptop, the Yoga 11, which launched earlier this year.

Here are the specs of the new laptops, along with the full launch announcement:  The X5’s 4K display will come standard with 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB of RAM, with additional memory slots available.

There’s also a MicroSD card slot, with up to 256GB of expandable storage.

The Lenovo Yoga 11 has a 1080p display and a 4K screen, but it’s not listed as such in the product specifications.

The Yoga 11’s price is $1,199, while the Lenovo Yoga 8 Pro, which is powered by the Yoga 9 Pro, will start at $1.299.

Lenovo also says the X6 Yoga will come in a 2.5-inch, 1440×900 display, with a 1366 x 768 resolution.

There will also be a 16GB version of the Yoga 10, which will cost $1 to $2,500, and a 256GB version with a 3GB memory module.

The new laptop models are listed for the US, Canada, Mexico, and Australia.

The 13-inch model with a 1,920×1,080 resolution and 32GB of onboard storage will be priced at $2.99, and the 1,880×1 to 2,200 resolution model with 64GB of storage will cost just $1 more than the 16-inch version with 1,560×1 1,440 resolution and 128GB of internal storage.

It’s also possible that the Yoga 7 Pro with 128 or 256GB will also have a 1-inch display.

The 12-inch Yoga 7 will start around $1 at launch.

Other new models include the Yoga 6 Pro with 1TB of onboard memory, the 15-inch Y50 with a 4-inch screen, and more.

There are also models that will be available in other markets, including the Yoga 2 Pro with 512GB or 1TB SSD storage.

For more information on these models, you can read our full review of the Lenovo Y1 Carbon.