Lenovo has just released a flood of new hardware at CES 2012, among them the B Series all-in-ones. Up first, the 21.5-inch B340 (it also comes in a 20-inch version) and the 23-inch B540 models have been fully redesigned over the previous models. Both have full HD with optional multitouch touchscreens, Intel Core CPUs (Lenovo hasn't announced processor specifics yet), up to 1GB NVIDIA GeForce 615M graphics with DirectX, up to 8GB of DDR 3 memory, and an up to 2TB SATA III HDD. The B340 also comes with Lenovo's OneKey TV feature, and the company's IdeaTouch range of of touch-optimized apps.

The K430 desktop (pictured above) has Intel Core i7 CPUs, up to 32GB of DDR3 SDRAM, dual graphics support with NVIDIA's SLI or ATI CrossFireX, optional RAID 0 configured twin hard drives, an up to 4TB HDD, a three speed color-coded power switch with three modes (turbo, auto, and cool running), plus USB 3.0 connectors and a 9-in-1 card reader.

Finally the super slim H520s desktop has Intel Core CPUs (specific models haven't yet been named), options for either up to 2GB AMD Radeon HD7570 or 2GB NVIDIA GeForce graphics, up to 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM, and an up to 2TB HDD. Options include either a DVD player / writer or Blu-ray drive.

The B Series all-in-ones will be available starting in June for $699, the K430 desktop will be available in May for a starting price of $599, and the H520s will be available starting in June for $499.