For all the talk about mobile tablets, such as its own forthcoming LePad, Lenovo is not stopping development of traditional laptops.

The world’s No. 4 PC maker unveiled six new models Tuesday, each of which targets “mobile business professionals,” the company says.

Features include all-day battery life and video calling capability.

Prices range from $719 to $1,329.

For specifics about the new models, read here.

Lenovo also has a video at YouTube promoting its augmented lineup. Watch here.

Lenovo’s headquarters are based in Morrisville. Most of its operations are located in China.

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