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  • Here’s Lenovo’s Latest Android Tablet, The 9.7-inch IdeaTab S2109

    Lenovo is keeping the Ice Cream Sandwich social rocking with its upcoming IdeaTab S2109. Inside the sleek 8.9mm thick casing is a 9.7-inch 4:3 IPS LCD with a 1.3MP camera sunk into the bezel. Four speakers reside on the backside, which Lenovo claims will help with bass reproduction, therefore capable of producing a richer sound. There’s also a microUSB port, microHDMI, and a microSD… Read More

  • Lenovo Launches An Android App Store For The Enterprise

    Lenovo Launches An Android App Store For The Enterprise

    Computer manufacturer Lenovo has launched its own Android app store today, called simply, the “Lenovo Enterprise App Shop.” As the name implies, the service is targeting the company’s businesses customers by offering custom management, deployment and publication of mobile applications. Apps can also be purchased through volume pricing. Lenovo says the app store will work on… Read More

  • Dude, You’re Getting An Enterprise Solution Based On Best-Of-Breed Dell Technology!

    Dude, You’re Getting An Enterprise Solution Based On Best-Of-Breed Dell Technology!

    Barring a change of heart or a wild, consumer-driven financial upturn, it looks as if Dell is out of the consumer PC business and is turning its Sauron-like eye towards the enterprise – the one place where people upgrade their PCs at least once a year. According to PCPro, Dell will is “dramatically changing” their entire business with a focus away from “shiny… Read More

  • Remember Netbooks? Yeah, Lenovo Has Stopped Selling Them Online

    Remember Netbooks? Yeah, Lenovo Has Stopped Selling Them Online

    Wow. Netbooks. That’s a blast from the past. It’s like listening to a Maroon 5 song again and going “Wait, is that from that short period when they were ostensibly good or was it from the muddy period after that single about the beauty queen eighteen woman or whatever?” Honestly, it doesn’t matter. Netbooks are the Maroon 5 of electronics: still vaguely recognized… Read More

  • Lenovo Yoga at CES 2012

    Eyes On: The Lenovo YOGA At ShowStoppers

    News of the Lenovo YOGA tablet just broke the other day, and now at ShowStoppers we’ve got the chance to get up close and personal. It’s pegged as the world’s first multiposition notebook, the its unusual contorting dual-hinge layout makes it a real eye-grabber. The fact that it’s known for running Windows 8 certainly makes it an impressive piece of kit. Read More

  • The Lenovo Yoga Twists And Turns For Some Win8 Hotness

    The Lenovo Yoga Twists And Turns For Some Win8 Hotness

    Have you ever wanted to break your laptop in half at the hinge? Lenovo’s Yoga 13 lets you do just that – sort of. This laptop has a large touchscreen that bends over the keyboard allowing you to prop up the laptop like a tent or show the display to another person in front of you. It’s very similar to the old-fashioned convertible laptop except the screen doesn’t… Read More

  • Lenovo Debuts A Pair Of Ultrabooks, The $1599 ThinkPad X1 Hybrid And $849 ThinkPad T430u

    Lenovo Debuts A Pair Of Ultrabooks, The $1599 ThinkPad X1 Hybrid And $849 ThinkPad T430u

    Lenovo is serious about ultrabooks. The company just introduced two new ultrabooks that will live alongside the company’s existing model, the ThinkPad X1. These three models put Lenovo in a unique position in the ultrabook game. While other companies are releasing their first ultrabooks, here’s Lenovo, with a relatively large product offering including a high-end model and an… Read More

  • Report: Lenovo Prepping A Quad-Core LePad Tablet PC For Early 2012

    Report: Lenovo Prepping A Quad-Core LePad Tablet PC For Early 2012

    Lenovo is reportedly working on a quad-core LePad (ThinkPad in other markets) tablet. This comes from a Digitimes report that credits upstream supply chain partners as the source. The news, if it’s true, is somewhat predictable as tablet makers move to dual-core CPU platforms. Lenovo has seen a fair amount of success in the tablet market thanks to its solid ThinkPad Android tablet. Read More

  • Lenovo’s 2005S LePad Goes Live In China For Just $415

    Lenovo’s 2005S LePad Goes Live In China For Just $415

    Size matters, folks. Especially in the minds of our beloved electronics makers. Even with the 3.7-inch LePhone and the 7-inch A1 tablet on the market, Lenovo still made plans to fill the 5-inch space. Today those plans have taken shape with a pricing announcement for the 5-inch LePad S2005 Android mini-tab (or giant phone). Read More

  • The Lenovo LePad S2005, A 5-inch Tabletphone For The Chinese Market

    The Lenovo LePad S2005, A 5-inch Tabletphone For The Chinese Market

    Lenovo, taking a page out of the Android history books, just announced the LePad S2005 tabletphone for the Chinese market. This Gingerbread device pushes the recent trend of supersize phones into tablet territory. But that’s been done before. The Dell Streak rocked a 5-inch screen with pride way back in 2010. However, way back then, the EVO 4G stole most of the limelight, leaving the… Read More

  • Gartner: Lenovo Replaces Dell As No. 2 PC Maker, HP Still On Top And Growing

    Gartner: Lenovo Replaces Dell As No. 2 PC Maker, HP Still On Top And Growing

    What’s that noise about living in a post-PC era? The personal computer market is actually growing per a new preliminary Gartner report. The research company found third quarter PC shipments as a whole are up 3.2% over the same period in 2010, totaling 91.8 million units. This number is slightly less than Gartner’s earlier projections and the Western European market is partly to blame. Read More

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