Lenovo's Y70 Touch isn't a wild departure from the laptop designs you're used to seeing. In fact, it mostly looks like an average notebook, only sleeker and slightly more aggressive than most. But unlike that aging Windows 7 or Vista laptop you're using, the Y70 Touch boasts a 17.3-inch 1920x1080 multi-touch display. It's Lenovo's largest touchscreen laptop to date, and it's built for gaming, video editing, and to be an all-around work horse for the modern era.
Though big on ambitions, Lenovo's Y70 Touch measures a manageable 1.02 inches thick and weighs 7.5 pounds. That's not quite Ultrabook territory, but compared to full-fledged desktop replacement PCs, Lenovo's laptop is rather svelte (albeit still a bit hefty) by comparison.