Lenovo is the world's biggest maker of Windows PCs, and the company has a bunch of upcoming products in the pipeline. That's the indication from an alleged slide that shows Lenovo's upcoming ThinkPad product lineup for late 2015 and early 2016.
As posted by WinFuture, the slide shows a number of average-looking business notebooks, but it also shows the 12-inch ThinkPad X1 Tablet, which is due in February 2016. It's being aimed at enterprise customers and looks, at least at first glance, that it could be a competitor to Microsoft's Surface Pro lineup of tablets.
The slide also shows the unannounced 14-inch ThinkPad X1 Yoga notebook, due in December 2015. It's described as a "Premium thin-and-light" laptop with the Yoga-based rotating hinge.
Finally, another leaked slide shows that Lenovo apparently plans to update its ThinkPad X1 Carbon notebook in the second quarter of 2016, but it will include support for wireless charging via a dock that will be launched sometime in January. It's important to note that these slides have not been confirmed as the real deal by Lenovo so take them with a grain of salt.