lenovo

  • Your next favorite game will have been designed on a Lenovo ThinkStation

    We’re about to head off to GDC in San Francisco and mix it up with a bunch of game developers.
    Sounds nerdy, yes, but these guys are on par with Hollywood FX artists in the depth and complexity of their craft. It’s no surprise that they need a bunch of beastly machines to make games like Mass Effect and Gears of War. Lenovo’s in the business of making said machines, and… Read More

  • The sun has set on Lenovo’s Pocket Yoga

    I’m really gonna miss you, Pocket Yoga. Turns out the whole thing is a two-year old concept that’s never going to make it to market. Johnson Li, director of Lenovo’s Innovation Center in Beijing, says that Pocket Yoga was an experimental project that’s been simmering for a couple years but “is finished” now and won’t be developed or sold. Interesting… Read More

  • More photos of the Lenovo ultraportable, apparently called ‘Pocket Yoga’

    Pocket Yoga? Okay. Hopefully that’s just a working codename for that VAIO P-like Lenovo computer that popped up last week. More images have surfaced over on Flickr along with the “Pocket Yoga” moniker. One photo, in particular, shows the Pocket Yoga being written on with a stylus, so it seems we’re looking at a touchscreen here. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Thinkpad X61 convertible tablet-top, $649

    What could you get for $700? Well, you could get a busted, stained MacBook off Craigslist, you could get a brand new Samsung NC20, or you could get an honest-to-god convertible touchscreen laptop. Not the latest model (far from it) but buddy, it’s a swivel-screen tablet PC! For $649! Read More

  • Lenovo gets ‘P’ envy, shows Sony-like prototype

    Well hello there, Lenovo. Who knows what in the hell this thing really is, aside from the fact that it looks an awful lot like Sony’s don’t-call-it-a-netbook VAIO P. According to a translated version of Engadget Chinese, “A friend in Beijing in Beijing greeted the IBM Lenovo office. I think it is the concept of Lenovo machine, or even just a model can not be changed. The… Read More

  • Lenovo adds two desktop PCs to its business lineup

    Lenovo announced two new smaller, cheaper desktop PCs today. The ThinkCentre M58e and A58 are built for the cost-conscious business consumer, with a starting price of $399. The PCs run cooler and quieter than previous ThinkCentres (as should be expected). Click on for the press release. Read More

  • ThinkPads pass mil spec test for rugged computing

    We all know ThinkPads are pretty great. They’re rugged, easily upgradable, and fully-featured. Now you can even freeze the buggers or push them around in the dust. Lenovo’s ThinkPad X200, X301, X200s, X200 Tablet, T400, T500, R400 and SL300 machines just passed Mil Spec tests for “semi-rugged” computing which means you can use them in extreme conditions for all of… Read More

  • Lenovo eyeing Ion, VIA netbook platforms

    We may see Lenovo netbooks packing NVIDIA and VIA chips pretty soon here. Digitimes is reporting that “Lenovo plans to launch 11.6-inch and 12.1-inch netbooks combining Intel’s Atom processor and Nvidia’s Ion platform in the second quarter of this year.” Read More

  • Lenovo to break rules with 12-inch netbook?

    DigiTimes is reporting that Lenovo is prepping a 12-inch IdeaPad netbook called the S20. The machine will apparently use an Intel Atom N280 CPU while ignoring Intel’s specification that Atom-based machines must feature screens smaller than 10 inches. Read More

  • Lenovo Constant Connect delivers BlackBerry email to ThinkPad automagicly

    Workaholics rejoice. Lenovo notebooks will soon be able to sync with BlackBerry handhelds thanks to the power of Bluetooth for automatic and instant access to enterprise email. The sync is designed to work without any user intervention too and according to the press release, even works when the notebook is powered off. The software is set to roll-out in the second quarter of this year but it… Read More

  • Lenovo Constant Connect delivers BlackBerry email to ThinkPad automagicly

    Workaholics rejoice. Lenovo notebooks will soon be able to sync with BlackBerry handhelds thanks to the power of Bluetooth for automatic and instant access to enterprise email. The sync is designed to work without any user intervention too and according to the press release, even works when the notebook is powered off. The software is set to roll-out in the second quarter of this year but it… Read More

  • Lenovo teases you with their oversexed IT workers

    Who ever said having a dual-screen laptop that looks like a tank wouldn’t get you a little strange? Lenovo seems to think so and is saying as much in what amounts to some sort of internal test advertisement for the W700ds, a dual-screen laptop so massive that it should just be called a desktop PC. Read More

  • Lenovo announces all-in-one PC, plus new thin-and-light laptop line

    Lenovo opened the floodgates today, announcing a new All-in-One desktop — the IdeaCentre A600 — and three new laptops: the Y650 (a 16-inch thin-and-light), the Y550, and the Y450. The company also announced updated social networking software, plus a few other extras for the already-available IdeaPad S10 netbook. Read More

  • The Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds's dual screens gets demo'd

    Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds broke cover over the weekend, there are so many questions on how it will work. This quick, 10-sec video does shed some light on how the action will take place. It seems that the second screen simply slides-out behind the main screen. Hopefully it works well. Video after the jump. Read More

  • Lenovo DS: new laptop sports two screens

    This really doesn’t look like something that will catch on, but it’s certainly momentous. The Lenovo W700DS has one 17-inch display like its predecessor, and another 10-inch one that slides out from behind. Madness, you say? Yeah, I agree. Read More

  • Lenovo releases IdeaPad S9 netbook

    Look at that little cat! It’s on the screen of the Lenovo IdeaPad S9, the little bro-ham to the Lenovo IdeaPad S10. The S10 has a 10.2-inch screen and runs Windows, while the S9 has an 8.9-inch screen and runs Linpus Linux Lite. The S9 is available for $344.99 at Geeks.com or $359.46 at Buy.com. That, or you could just order the S10 with the bigger screen and Windows starting at $349… Read More

  • The Lenovo+China Mobile OPhone sure does look familiar

    First there was the iPhone, then came a bunch of stuff no one cared about. Now we have what appears to be the OPhone, a cellphone developed by Lenovo in conjunction with China Mobile. It’s using Android as its operating system, a move that took a great deal of bravery for China Mobile to accept. (Apparently the firm doesn’t like the idea of relying on outside technologies for… Read More

  • Lenovo introduces Quick Start-powered S10e netbook for the eduction market

    Some suit in a Lenovo boardroom had a great idea that if the company slaps the letter ‘e’ onto the S10 netbook name, the world would be a better place. The S10e is therefore geared to the education crowd, touting the same exact specs of the original S10 netbook of an Intel 1.6GHz Atom processor, 4GB SSD or 160GB HDD, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 10.1 LCD display, but now comes equipped… Read More

  • Lenovo, Acer, and Toshiba all rocking the WiMAX in their lappies


    Oh my! Three of the biggest laptop makers out there all announcing 4G/WiMAX/XOHM service. All on the same day, too. It’s almost as if it was planned. Acer has it in their big ones, Toshiba has it in their little ones, and Lenovo has it in just about their entire line. Boy, with all these laptops sucking up the signal, they might want to put those WiMAX points on higher ground! Read More

  • Lenovo to roll up Fujitsu/Siemens consumer PC business?

    In one of these multi-part shuffles that characterize high-level business dealings, it looks as if Lenovo is going to be taking over the consumer PC part of the Fujitsu/Siemens joint venture. It seems Siemens has had enough and is selling its part to Fujitsu, and Fujitsu (not really loving the “end-user” market) will spin off that part of its PC business and sell it to whoever. Read More

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