Lenovo is introducing a number of new products early this year, including an affordable Yoga Android tablet, and three new Thinkpad mobile work stations, including its VR ThinkPad, available in March.

The $299 Yoga A12, thin at under a quarter of an inch and light, it is powered by the Intel Atom x5 processor with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

The storage is a real plus, as our experience with less expensive tablets has shown that to be an ongoing problem with some.

It has a 12.2 inch HD screen, a larger size than most handheld tablets, but good for watching movies or video.

Its flat, touchscreen Halo keyboard adapts to a users typing habits, an improvement we’re all for in keyboards, though we generally prefer raised keys ourselves.

The three new Thinkpads – ThinkPad P51s and P51, as well as its VR-ready ThinkPad P71—will be available in March.

the ThinkPad P51s features a new chassis, designed to meet customer demands for a powerful but portable machine. Developed with engineers and professional designers in mind, this mobile workstation features Intel’s 7th generation Core i7 processors and the latest NVIDIA Quadro dedicated workstation graphics, as well as a 4K UHD IPS display with optional IR camera.

It boasts a lightweight, Ultrabook build; shaving off over half a pound of weight from the previous generation, making it the lightest ThinkPad.

It will also unveil the new ThinkPad P51 – including 4K IPS display with 100 percent color gamut and X-Rite Pantone color calibrator – and the first ever VR-ready ThinkPad P71.

These mobile workstations are MIL-SPEC tested and offer a dual-fan cooling system to allow customers to push their system harder for more reliable day-to-day use in the field.

The company says the new ThinkPad P71 is one of the most talked about technologies and its. VR has the ability to bring a new visual perspective and immersive experience to our customers’ workflow.

The Lenovo ThinkPad P51s will be available in March, starting at $1,049, while the ThinkPad P51 and P71 will be available in April, starting at $1,399 and $1,849, respectively.