Motion control hasn't outmoded the mouse and keyboard yet, but it is finding its way into more and more consumer products. Take Lenovo's upcoming A540 all-in-one desktop, for instance: its one of a handful of the company's products to feature Lenovo Motion Control, a 12-gesture collection of hands-free (well, hand waving) media controls. The $1,279.99 machine is built specifically with families in mind, featuring a 23.8-inch 1,920 x 1,080 touchscreen, NVIDIA GeForce GT 840A graphics, an Intel Core i7 CPU and an aluminum frame that tapers down to 4 millimeters at its thinnest point.
Lenovo is refreshing its laptop line-up too, including two new models for its Flex family of convertible notebooks. The 14 and 15.6-inch Flex 2 laptops feature the same 300-degree hinge we saw in the Yoga, Yoga 2 and ThinkPad Yoga -- allowing them to bend over backwards into a makeshift (and rather large) tablet. The machines are fairly customizable too, and are available in both Intel Core i7 / NVIDIA GeForce or AMD APU and Radeon GPU configurations. The 14 and 15.6-inch Flex 2 convertibles will be available this June for $429 and $799, respectively.