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Lenovo forming new phone brand in China to compete with Xiaomi

10/15, 9:57pm

New company to launch under new brand in 2015, focus on Internet-based sales

Lenovo is taking a new approach to its mobile strategy ,according to a statement it released today. The PC and mobile communications company has indicated that it is creating a new device company and brand for the emerging market in China. The unnamed company will operate separately from Lenovo, focusing on Internet-based sales. The new brand is being positioned as a direct competitor for Xiaomi, a startup that has rapidly grown its market share since its entry into the device market in 2010.

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New Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 14 set to launch later this month

10/09, 6:34pm

ThinkPad Yoga 14 sports increased screen size, to be sold exclusively at Best Buy

On top of Yoga tablets, Lenovo announced today that it is releasing a bigger version of the ThinkPad Yoga. Where the existing version offers a 12.5-inch display, the new model will sport a 14-inch IPS display with 360-degree lift and lock keyboard rotation. The new ThinkPad Yoga 14 still retain the main feature of Yoga line of devices, the ability to change into tent, stand, laptop or tablet modes.

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Lenovo announces Windows, Android powered Yoga 2 tablets, Yoga 3 Pro

10/09, 5:18pm

Standard Yoga 2 tablets offered in two sizes, Pro models jump up to 13-inch screen

Lenovo announced a new slate of Yoga tablets and ultrabooks today, beginning with two Yoga 2 tablet models and a Yoga 3 Pro convertible PC. Each of the new machines fit different consumer needs, from the Yoga 3 Pro "ultra slim" PC with attached keyboard or the Yoga 2 tablets that are powered by either Windows 8 or Android.

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Photographs, manual for Lenovo B100 Smartband appear in FCC filing

10/06, 9:09am

FCC listing shows cross-platform Lenovo fitness tracker with seven-day battery

A wearable device from Lenovo has appeared at the FCC, appearing to depict a form of fitness tracker. The Lenovo SW-B100 Smartband, pictured extensively in the filing, shows a watch strap with a narrow and flat area in the middle, with a basic LED or LCD display likely to be visible on the outside of the device when worn, while a sensor which could be a heart rate monitor is spied on the inside.

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IFA: Lenovo refreshes ThinkPad Helix, Horizon tabletop, Edge laptop

09/04, 9:15am

Product lineup features extended battery life, more computing power

Computer manufacturer Lenovo today announced at the 2014 IFA Consumer Electronics Unlimited show in Berlin a wide portfolio of business and consumer devices. The lineup starts with the new ThinkPad Helix, a business 2-in-1 ultrabook. Lenovo also introduced two new all-in-one (AIO) tabletop PCs: the 19.5-inch Horizon 2s, Lenovo's thinnest tabletop PC, plus the 21.5-inch Horizon 2e, Lenovo's cheapest tabletop PC. In addition, Lenovo announced the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23, a secure AIO desktop solution for businesses, and the thinner and lighter Edge 15 dual-mode laptop.

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Lenovo shows multi-layered Vibe X2, Vibe Z2 smartphones at IFA

09/04, 9:10am

Lenovo Vibe Z2, Vibe X2 have high-resolution front cameras

Lenovo has extended its Vibe smartphone line with two new Android devices at the company's IFA media event today. The Vibe X2 has a unique multi-layered case design and packs a MediaTek True8Core processor, while the Vibe Z2 is the company's first 64-bit smartphone with a thin 7.8mm (0.3 inches) brushed metal unibody case.

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Lenovo Y70 Touch gaming notebook, Erazer X315 unveiled at IFA

09/03, 5:58am

Y70 Touch gaming notebook has 1080p 17-inch touchscreen

Alongside the Tab S8, Lenovo launched two computers aimed at gamers at IFA. The Y70 Touch gaming notebook packs a 17.3-inch 1920x1080 display with touch controls, while the Erazer X315 is a desktop gaming PC claimed to be an affordable system shipping with a choice of a quad-core 3.1GHz AMD Kaveri A8 or quad-core 37GHz Kaveri A10 processor.

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Lenovo launches Tab S8 as its first Intel-based Android tablet

09/03, 5:06am

Intel Atom processor used in Lenovo Tab S8 with Burst Performance Technology

Lenovo kicked off its IFA device launches, by revealing its first Intel-powered Android tablet. The Lenovo Tab S8 uses a quad-core Intel Atom Z3745 with 2GB of RAM, with the processor's Burst Performance Technology said to help provide more processing power when it is required, in turn saving on battery life when performing lower-impact tasks.

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IBM acquires first US regulatory approval for server division sale

08/16, 3:03pm

Lenovo on track to buy IBM server unit for $2.3 billion

IBM has gained a US national security regulatory agency's approval in one of its first steps to sell its server division to Lenovo Group, a Chinese company. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the US has deemed that the $2.3 billion dollar sale can continue with little or no risk to US security interests, despite rising conflicts about Internet issues and continued espionage allegations between the nations.

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Lenovo sells more smartphones than computers, earnings up 23 percent

08/14, 5:10pm

First quarter results from reveal boost in movile devices, desktop computers

Device maker Lenovo has released its financials for the first quarter ending June 30, revealing revenues of $10.4 billion. While the company posted a year-over-year increase in overall revenues, figures from the smartphone sales shows a more revealing number, with sales tallying more than 15.8 million units, an increase of 39 percent. Income increased to $214 million, a 22 percent increase, while earnings grew 23 percent to $214 million. Gross profit increased 13 percent, to $1.3 billion.

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Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro revealed with six-inch Quad HD screen, 16MP camera

08/05, 12:12pm

High-resolution display of Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro has pixel density of 490ppi

Lenovo has launched its previously rumored flagship smartphone with a six-inch Quad HD-resolution display. The Vibe Z2 Pro sports a pixel density of 490ppi in its thin 7.7mm (0.3 inches) frame, with the smartphone also boasting a 16-megapixel rear camera with a BSI sensor, optical image stabilization, and a number of features to help photographers.

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Apple's iPad maintains global dominance, but loses further ground

07/24, 11:55am

Apple, Samsung give up share to Lenovo, ASUS, others

Although Apple's iPad is still the leading tablet globally, the company is continuing to lose marketshare, according to new IDC shipment data. Year-over-year, Apple's June-quarter tablet share fell from 33 to 26.9 percent, based on shipments of 13.3 million iPads this quarter versus 14.6 million in Q2 2013. The company's next closest competitor, Samsung, saw its share slip from 18.8 percent to 17.2.

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Lenovo retracts eight-inch Windows tablets from US market

07/18, 10:52am

Citing lack of demand, devices start coming off retailer shelves

Lenovo has ceased sales of sub-10-inch Windows-based tablets in the US. The cessation is not from a manufacturer's defect or recall, but because the company is seeing little demand for the devices in the North American market. Devices affected by the pullout are the company's ThinkPad 8, and the smaller size of the Miix 2 tablet.

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Lenovo patent reveals wearable with sound recording capabilities

06/25, 6:30pm

Application outlines features of the device, doesn't dip into components used

In a filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, information on a head-mounted wearable display similar to Google Glass has been discovered from Lenovo. The application filing, which dates back to last December, covers "an electronic device and a sound-capturing method." It just happens that the device looks like a pair of glasses with embedded electronics.

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Motorola Mobile Fort Worth Moto X assembly factory to close

05/30, 1:58pm

700 workers to lose jobs, will likely not be retained after Lenovo acquisition

Motorola Mobile has announced plans to close its US manufacturing facility of the Moto X phone. The Fort Worth, TX site run by Flextronics on behalf of Motorola will shutter before the end of the year, causing the remaining 700 workers to be out of a job. The company will continue to manufacture the phones in Brazil and China, according to Motorola.

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Tablet shipments shrink year-over-year for first time

05/28, 4:46pm

iPad keeps top spot

Global tablet shipments fell year-over-year for the first time in the March quarter, according to tracking data from NPD DisplaySearch. Whereas 59 million units were recorded in Q1 2013, the market shrank to 56.3 million units last quarter. If paired with laptops, tablets nevertheless represented over half of mobile PC shipments.

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Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro leak shows 6-inch QHD display, 16MP rear camera

05/27, 6:50am

All metal body touted in upcoming Lenovo flagship smartphone

The latest iteration in the Lenovo Vibe smartphone range could include a Quad HD display, similar to the rumored higher-resolution flagship variants from Samsung, HTC, and LG. The Vibe Z2 Pro has been leaked in a number of photographs, with an accompanying specification sheet not only confirming the 2,560x1,440 resolution, but also the 6-inch screen size and device thickness of 7.7mm (0.3 inches).

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Lenovo full year results show 14-percent revenue increase to $38.7B

05/21, 10:53am

Quarterly Lenovo results close to record revenues in previous quarter

Lenovo continues to enjoy strong revenues, according to the company's latest quarterly results and full year results. Though it did not quite reach the record $10.8 billion in revenue in the previous quarter, it still managed to pull in $9.4 billion, representing a 19-percent improvement year-on-year, and helped push annual revenue up 14 percent year-on-year to a record $38.7 billion.

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Review: Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Ultrabook

05/17, 3:42pm

Transformable laptop from Lenovo tries to be the jack of all trades

The second coming of tablets came in on the heels of the iPad, and frankly, crushed the traditional PC market. It took some time for the market to adapt to the new reality, but in 2014 it has -- and Lenovo has a handful of devices that attempt to cater to both markets. The Yoga 2 Pro, the second version of the transformable computer, is available and has taken heed of some criticisms of its predecessor. Electronista has been living with one for a while now -- read our review to find out what we thought.

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Lenovo unveils ThinkPad 10 Windows tablet with stylus input

05/13, 6:58am

Lenovo ThinkPad 10 accessory range includes keyboard covers, dock

Lenovo is targeting business users with its latest Windows tablet in the ThinkPad range, succeeding the ThinkPad Tablet 2. Offering a 10.1-inch 1920x1200-resolution display with multitouch and a digitizer for stylus support, the ThinkPad 10 can be used with a collection of accessories that can expand the usefulness of the device from its basic tablet form.

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Lenovo introduces Intel Celeron-based N20, N20p Chromebooks

05/06, 7:30am

Lenovo Chromebooks have 4GB RAM, 16GB storage, touchscreen options

Lenovo is expanding its range of notebooks to include two Chromebooks. Revealed ahead of an event hosted by Google and Intel concerning the Chrome OS, the Lenovo N20 and N20p Chromebooks offer relatively similar entry-level specifications, though the N20p adds a touchscreen and a 300-degree hinge that allows it to be used as a standing tablet, similar to the recent Flex 2 notebooks.

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iPhone's growth relatively slow, but closing in on Nokia numbers

04/30, 11:11am

Lenovo, Huawei outperform smartphone market

Although Apple broke its own records in the first quarter by shipping 43.7 million iPhones, its rate of growth was below that of the smartphone industry as a whole and any of its biggest competitors, according to new IDC data. Year-over-year, Apple's units were up 16.8 percent. The smartphone industry grew 28.6 percent; Apple's biggest rival, Samsung, advanced 22 percent to 85 million units. While only managing 13.7 million and 12.9 million units, respectively, Huawei and Lenovo outperformed in terms of growth, with rates of 47.3 and 63.3 percent.

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Briefly: Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, Dell Precision M2800

04/25, 12:11pm

Lenovo starts sales of Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ in United States

Lenovo has put the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ on sale in the United States. Unveiled in February and joining the current Yoga Tablet 8 and Yoga Tablet 10, the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+'s 10.1-inch 1920x1200 display can be set into three different positions, and is backed by a 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a rear 8-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 9,000mAh battery. Running on Android 4.3 with 4.4 due soon, Lenovo is selling the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ for $369, with shipping set to begin within three weeks.

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Lenovo reveals Flex 2 notebooks with 300-degree hinge mechanism

04/16, 10:35am

Flex 2 can be posed using notebook keyboard as stand

Lenovo has extended its Flex notebook family, by introducing two new updated versions. The Flex 2 are dual-mode notebooks that can flip the 14-inch and 15.6-inch touch-enabled displays around 300 degrees, allowing it to work similar to a tablet being used in a stand with the keyboard-equipped section face down on the surface behind the screen.

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Rick Osterloh appointed as Motorola Mobility chief operating officer

04/10, 7:58am

Executive selected for the job, will assist in Lenovo transition

Just prior to its offload to Lenovo, Motorola Mobility has named Rick Osterloh as chief operating officer. Jonathan Rosenberg, Google's Senior Vice President of Product Management announced the appointment of Osterloh, who is replacing Dennis Woodside -- who departed to become Dropbox's first chief operating officer.

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Lenovo unveils A7-30, A7-50, A8, A10 Android tablets for Q2 launch

04/02, 5:52am

New Lenovo tablet range offers Dolby audio, low price point

Lenovo has announced a quartet of budget Android tablets it will be releasing later this quarter, with all said to provide high-quality Dolby-powered audio. A pair of seven-inch tablets, the A7-30 and A7-50, will be joined by the eight-inch A8 and the 10.1-inch A10, with all appearing to be focused on offering a basic set of features and specifications at a low cost.

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Lenovo recalls ThinkPad battery packs in US, Canada, China

03/28, 10:36am

Recall notice points to two incidents of battery packs overheating, causing damage

Lenovo is recalling notebook batteries used in its ThinkPad ranges, following two reports of battery packs overheating and damaging equipment, though no reports of injury. Approximately 34,500 batteries in the United States and 2,900 in Canada are subject to the recall notice by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, as well as a large number sold in China.

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Lenovo denies reports of Ashton Kutcher smartphone development

03/05, 6:52am

Earlier reports misquoted, Kutcher work on tablets continues

Lenovo is not working with Ashton Kutcher on new smartphones, the company has revealed. Following reports that the actor was expanding his design remit at the manufacturer from tablets to smartphones, a Lenovo executive has clarified that Kutcher's work is still concerns just tablets, indicating earlier comments from another executive were potentially misquoted.

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Android tablets grab 62 percent share, but iPad tops sales figures

03/03, 3:16pm

Apple still most successful individual tablet maker

Android ruled global tablet marketshare in 2013, accounting for 62 percent of devices by shipments, according to somewhat questionable data from research firm Gartner. That represents a significant upset, since in 2012 the iPad was in firm control with a 52.8 percent share. Apple, however, continued to do best among individual tablet makers in sales, with a 36 percent share and claimed sales over 70.4 million units -- an increase from a figure just under 61.5 million in 2012.

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Lenovo working with Ashton Kutcher on special-edition smartphone line

02/28, 4:13pm

Product development follows earlier collaboration on tablets

A line of smartphones designed in part by actor Ashton Kutcher is being worked on by Lenovo, the company reveals. Building on top of an existing partnership between Kutcher and the company in the co-design, release, and promotion of Android tablets last October, the special-edition smartphone range will apparently be launching later this year.

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Lenovo upgrades Yoga line with Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ Snapdragon device

02/23, 7:20pm

New model and design boost usability, speed

Lenovo today at the 2014 Mobile World Congress announced the new Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, a multimode Android device. The Yoga refines the tablet's original design with three position modes, and adds a Full HD (1920x1200) screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor, and high-resolution camera, while maintaining the up to 18-hour battery life that the line is known for.

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Mayday feature puts Amazon on top of 2014 Rescuecom chart

02/18, 2:33pm

Lenovo score drops

Amazon has shot to the top of Rescuecom's latest annual Computer Reliability Report, according to a press release. The company achieved a score of 7,590, vastly outdoing Samsung, which came in second with 768. Rescuecom determines reliability rankings by comparing computer and tablet vendors' marketshares with the numbers of repair calls its Level 3 technicians handle.

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Lenovo posts record quarterly revenue, notes industry-leading PC sales

02/12, 10:02pm

Company posts gains in desktops, laptops despite industry contraction

The Lenovo Group today announced results for its third fiscal quarter that ended December 31. Quarterly revenue was $10.8 billion, a 15 percent increase year-over-year, passing the $10 billion milestone for the first time ever. Third quarter profit grew, with pre-tax income increasing 30 percent year-over-year to $321 million, while earnings also grew 30 percent year-over-year to $265 million. Lenovo shipped 32.6 million devices in the quarter, or nearly five devices every second.

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Cook talks Motorola sale, iPhone's limits in full WSJ interview

02/07, 4:41pm

Apple CEO doesn't dismiss possibility of bigger iPhone

The Wall Street Journal has published the full contents of yesterday's interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook, in which he announced the company's expanded share buyback plan. Commenting on Google's recent sale of Motorola to Lenovo, Cook says that he "wasn't surprised," and that it "seems like a logical transaction," since Motorola is losing money and Google isn't committed to it. "I think it's really hard to do hardware, software and services and to link all those things together. That's what makes Apple so special," he adds. "It's really hard, so I'm not surprised that they are not going to do that."

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Lenovo to purchase Motorola assets from Google for $3 billion [u]

01/29, 4:32pm

Latest sale less than 25 percent of Google's purchase price in 2012

[Update: Deal confirmed] According to a statement by Google CEO Larry Page, Google and Lenovo have negotiated a deal that will see the search engine sell its Motorola Mobility smartphone business to the Chinese manufacturer. The deal is valued at $2.91 billion dollars, with Google retaining most of the patents it acquired when it purchased the division in 2012.

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IDC tablet numbers see Apple lose share, Lenovo and Samsung gain

01/29, 1:08pm

iPad shipments still on rise

Following up on its release of smartphone data, IDC has published numbers on tablet shipments and marketshare for the fourth quarter of 2013. Apple's iPad saw shipments grow from 22.9 million to 26 million year-over-year, but lost marketshare, sliding from 38.2 percent to 33.8. This appears to have primarily benefited Samsung, which grew its share from 13 percent to 18.8, based on a unit increase from 7.8 million to 14.5 million.

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Lenovo splits core businesses into four divisions, promotes execs

01/28, 4:59pm

Initiative to 'help growth in new businesses' and sustain profitability

In an effort to "create a structure that will help growth in new businesses," computer and electronics manufacturer Lenovo has revealed that it is splitting into four discrete business groups, effective April 1. This structure replaces the company's current design, which has two business groups -- Lenovo Business Group (including consumer PC and mobile), and Think Business Group consisting of commercial PCs and enterprise.

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Lenovo acquires IBM x86 server business in $2.3B purchase

01/23, 12:36pm

Approximately 7,500 IBM employees to transfer to Lenovo

Chinese notebook producer Lenovo is taking on IBM's x86 server business, with the $2.3 billion deal funded by $2 billion in cash and the remainder in Lenovo stock, the company has confirmed. Though not a customer-facing purchase, the acquisition of the server line represents a second major transfer from IBM to Lenovo, following the sale of IBM's PC business and Thinkpad line to the company in 2005.

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Hands on: Lenovo Vibe Z smartphone

01/08, 4:37pm

High-end Android phone for Asian markets

Although Lenovo is known in the US as a computer brand, the company has continued to release smartphones in China and other Asian markets. One of the latest devices, the Vibe Z, continues the company's move into the high-end phone market, with a 5.5-inch display and 13-megapixel camera. Wondering if the company may be closer to considering a US launch, we checked out the Z at CES to see how it stacks up against the global competition.

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Hands on: Lenovo's new X1 Carbon notebook

01/07, 8:28pm

Carbon frame keeps weight below 3lb

Among Lenovo's slew of CES announcements, the company introduced a new X1 Carbon notebook. The revised model brings a number of improvements, integrating a newer Core i7 chip, an "adaptive keyboard" and adding a 2560x1440 display option, among other features. We stopped by Lenovo's CES booth to take a closer look at the refresh, which is even lighter than its three-pound predecessor.

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Lenovo shows four new laptop models, one new all-in-one computer

01/07, 4:38pm

New models bring Haswell processors, faster GPU options

Alongside its other monitor and home electronics announcements, Lenovo has also shown three new additions to its consumer line of laptops and desktops. The new clamshell Y40, Y50, Z40 and Z50 laptops and the C560 all-in-one (AIO) desktop and the Y Series laptops give users the latest graphics options, while the Z Series offers a selection of color choices, VeriFace facial recognition and motion/voice control. Additionally, the C560 AIO provides families a large screen multitouch home PC.

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Lenovo reveals 28-inch 4K monitor, two borderless 1080p displays

01/07, 3:17pm

28-inch Ultra HD screen houses noise cancelling microphone, webcam

Lenovo has revealed even more monitors at CES, including another 4K-resolution model to accompany the ThinkVision displays unveiled yesterday. The 28-inch LI2821 offers another Ultra HD option to consider, while the 21.5-inch LI2223s and the 23-inch LI2323s displays are IPS screens with a 1080p resolution and a borderless design.

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Lenovo debuts pair of all-in-one computers, Beacon home media server

01/07, 3:11pm

Update brings Haswell to Horizon Table PC, Tegra-based all-in-one

Computer manufacturer Lenovo today announced at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show an array of devices geared toward the home user to enjoy, connect and interact with media and other content. These devices include the Lenovo Beacon personal cloud storage device, the Lenovo N308 Android home computer, the Lenovo Horizon 2 Table PC and the Lenovo A740 All-in-One (AIO) PC. 

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Intel talks RealSense at CES press conference

01/07, 2:10pm

RealSense will use embedded 3D cameras to allow for NII interface

Intel's CES press conference on Tuesday focused on the interaction between man and machine, thanks to an embedded 3D camera the company has developed in conjunction with a number of hardware partners. The devices Intel will integrate the technology into include 2-in-1 tablets, ultrabooks, touch-enabled all-in-one PCs, and other mobile devices.

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Hands on: Lenovo ThinkPad 8 tablet with Windows 8

01/06, 6:18pm

Lenovo maintains competition with Surface

Among the first of Lenovo's CES announcements, the new ThinkPad 8 represents the company's latest midsize tablet powered by Windows 8. Powered by Intel's Bay Trail hardware, it aims to compete with Microsoft's own Surface lineup and other players in the segment. We met with Lenovo in Las Vegas for a quick hands-on preview ahead of the ThinkPad's public debut.

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Lenovo reveals Yoga 2 11, 13-inch notebooks, Flex 14D, 15D at CES

01/06, 9:35am

Refreshes of Yoga, Flex notebooks include internal upgrades

Lenovo will be bringing to market more convertible notebooks to market in the coming months. The Yoga 2 11 and 13 are refreshes of the original Yoga notebooks, though not offering the 3,200x1,800-resolution display of the Yoga 2 Pro, while the Flex 14D and 15D receive some specification upgrades compared to the versions launched last September.

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Lenovo increases Miix 2 range with 10.1, 11.6-inch convertible tablets

01/06, 6:57am

Miix 2 10, Miix 2 11 joins existing 8-inch Lenovo tablet

Lenovo is adding two more to the Miix 2 convertible Windows 8.1 tablet line, joining the existing 8-inch version the computer producer launched in October last year. The Miix 2 10 and Miix 2 11 offer 10.1-inch and 11.6-inch 1080p displays respectively, with an accompanying keyboard dock attaching to the side of the tablet using magnets and turning it into a notebook.

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Lenovo reveals ThinkVision Pro2840m, ThinkVision 28 UltraHD monitors

01/06, 6:09am

4K resolution used in professional, consumer monitor launches

Lenovo has launched a pair of high-resolution monitors at CES, with both able to show 4K imagery. The ThinkVision Pro2840m is a 28-inch UltraHD monitor meant for use by professionals, while the more consumer-friendly ThinkVision 28 builds on top by acting as a self-contained, all-in-one media center, thanks to its built-in implementation of Android.

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Lenovo refreshes Thinkpad X1 Carbon laptop, launches Thinkpad 8 tablet

01/05, 8:55pm

X1 made of carbon fiber, Thinkpad 8 full Windows 8 tablet

PC manufacturer Lenovo today at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show announced additions to its product portfolio -- the third-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the company's lightest 14-inch ultrabook, and the ThinkPad 8, a premium eight-inch tablet offering what the company calls "a full PC experience on the move." To complement its laptop line, Lenovo has also introduced the new ThinkPad OneLink Dock Pro, an enhanced docking solution through a single cable connector.

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Lenovo launches three smartphones, expands Vibe Z to more countries

01/02, 12:11pm

New Lenovo smartphones include metal trim on casing, similar internals

Lenovo is launching a trio of new smartphones, at the same time as bringing the LTE-equipped Vibe Z out of China and into new markets. The S930 and S650 are said to take some of the design aspects of the Vibe Z, though with more restrained specifications, while the A859 appears to be a budget-friendly offering that retains similar internals to the other two releases, but opts for a cheaper external casing.

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