Lenovo is at the annual IFA trade show in a big way this year, and the company just let loose with its second round of big announcements. The first round of announcements came hot and heavy at 3:00 a.m. this morning, and it seemed like the company was done. Think again, because Lenovo just piled on a slew of new computers, tablets, smartphones and accessories that were just announced in Berlin, Germany.

Here’s every single one of the 36 new products Lenovo (and Motorola) just announced:

DON’T MISS: Hands on: Meet the new Moto 360

YOGA Tab 3 Pro — This unique tablet, pictured above, packs Lenovo’s signature design. It seems familiar… until you find out that there’s a built-in 70-inch protector to beam your tablet’s screen onto a wall or even onto the ceiling. As for the display itself, it’s a 10.1-inch panel with quad HD resolution. The new Yoga 3 Pro launches in November starting at $499.

YOGA Tab 3 8” and 10” — Similar to the Pro but smaller, featuring full HD screens and 180-degree rotating cameras. The 8″ model starts at $169, the 10″ model starts at $199, and both models launch in November.

Second-generation Moto 360 — Lenovo’s Motorola division also debuted not one but four new versions of the Moto 360 smartwatch. Check out our hands-on preview for details.

VIBE P1 — This octa-core smartphone feature a 5,000 mAh — 5,000! — battery that lasts for days on a single charge.

VIBE P1m — A smaller version of the P1 that includes a waterproof nano-coating and starts at just $169.

VIBE S1 — This phone has dual front-facing cameras for next-level selfies that include depth and swappable backgrounds.

PHAB Plus — This might be the craziest device Lenovo debuted on Wednesday. It packs a 6.8-inch screen and a pretty huge housing, but it’s meant to be used as a phone and a tablet. Check out this picture and then decide for yourself if that’s a possibility:

The device features a 3,500 mAh battery that supposedly delivers 24 hours of talk time and 20 days of standby time, and it’s powered by an octa-core Snapdragon processor with 2GB of RAM. Unfortunately, perhaps, this device won’t launch in the U.S.

PHAB — It’s like the PHAB Plus, but it packs a 4,250 mAh battery but only 1GB of RAM. The PHAB also won’t be available in the U.S.

ThinkPad YOGA 260 and 460 — Next-gen convertible tablet-tops with built-in LTE Advanced. They start at $949 and $1049 respectively, and launch in November.

ThinkCentre M900, M700 and M600 Tiny desktops — Shockingly small desktop PCs with more expansion ports than you might expect. The 700 model starts at $399, and these devices launch sometime in the fourth quarter.

ideacentre Y900 and Y700 — These desktops have gaming in mind, with 6th generation Intel Quad Core i7 processors, discrete graphics and external red LEDs.

ideapad Y700 — The laptop equivalent of the aforementioned desktops, complete with JBL speakers, a subwoofer, an available 10-point multitouch display, and an optional Intel RealSense 3D camera.

MIIX 700 — A Surface Pro clone that’s even better than the original. Check out our earlier coverage for all the details.

ideacentre AIO 700 — Lenovo’s new all-in-one PC with improved specs and a great bezel-free design.

ideapad 300 and 500 — The latest editions to the high-end ideapad line, with 6th generation Intel processors and great designs.

ideapad 100S, 300S and 500S — Smaller, thinner, lighter laptops that are also more affordable.

ThinkPad E460, E465, E560 and E565 — Affordable Windows laptops for small businesses with 14+ inch displays and pricing that starts at $449.

Beyond all that, Lenovo also unveiled four devices that fall under the MEDION brand, including a 4K TV and the premium MEDION X5020 smartphone. These devices won’t be available in the U.S.

Oh, and finally, the company also announced availability details for the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, which you’ll find here.

Want more information on any of the products listed above? Check out Lenovo’s news center.

Zach Epstein has worked in and around ICT for more than 15 years, first in marketing and business development with two private telcos, then as a writer and editor covering business news, consumer electronics and telecommunications. Zach’s work has been quoted by countless top news publications in the US and around the world. He was also recently named one of the world's top-10 “power mobile influencers” by Forbes, as well as one of Inc. Magazine's top-30 Internet of Things experts.