As far as notebooks go, Lenovo’s ThinkPad range is considered the most reliable and hard wearing out there, but far from the best looking notebooks. The ThinkPad Edge tried to change this perception but didn’t really go far enough. Now Lenovo has announced its latest addition to the ThinkPad Edge series, the E420s and
Most people will probably get on fine with their office work on a simple desktop PC that comes equipped with a dual-core processor and decent amounts of RAM. However, for those who work in environments which demands that only the latest, greatest and fastest PCs be used at all times, Lenovo might just have the
Intel has been moving from partner to partner with its various iterations of the Classmate PC and now the company have signed up Lenovo as its partner for the latest model, the Classmate+ PC. It's still a very basic machine without a lot of bells and whistles, but as it's intended as an educational computer
Lenovo has launched six new ThinkPad laptops – T420s, T420, T520, L420, L520 and W520 - based on the second generation Intel Core and Core vPro processors. The ThinkPads are scheduled to be available in March.
With the launch of Intel's dual-core 'Sandy Bridge' mobile processors imminent, VR-Zone.com has already pictured a Core i5-2540M Processor touting Lenovo ThinkPad T420. The T420 is the successor to the popular T410, although the new laptop has not been introduced officially so far.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, is it not? Well, if the saying were to hold any truth in today's context, then it would seem that Microsoft's Xbox and its complementing Kinect motion sensor is the most highly sought-after console and accessory of this generation's console wars. After all, why else would Lenovo and
When the New Year arrives, it is time to get rid of the old and make way for the new, right? That is exactly what Lenovo has done to prepare itself for what 2011 has to offer. The Chinese OEM has announced in a press release that consumers can expect to see new additions to
Acer, ASUS and Lenovo are among some of the laptop manufacturers who intend to go head-on with Apple in the thin and light notebook PC segment. Expect to see the slim and stylish offerings from the various companies early next year.
..Or at least, that is what Lenovo claims it is supposed to mean. The Chinese OEM has just announced some new additions to its U-series line of ultraportable notebooks targeted at users who want to make their computing experience a little more ‘fun’. And with Christmas coming right up, it might not be a bad
Lenovo today introduced its three newest desktops in the ThinkCentre M Series – the ThinkCentre M70z, M75e and M80. Designed for large businesses, this desktop trio gives customers advanced productivity technologies, such as Intel Core i-x/AMD Phenom II processors and support for multiple displays along with unique Lenovo extras, such as super fast boot up
Consumers are spoilt for choice with so many tablet devices on the market, mainly the Apple iPad, and those running on Google’s Android mobile operating system. PC manufacturer Lenovo has also expressed its plans to launch their new Android tablet, called LePad, in the U.S. next year.
To commemorate Lenovo’s ThinkPad 18th anniversary, the PC maker has launched an Innovation campaign across ASEAN. On top of that, Lenovo also recently announced their new ThinkPads T410, T410s and T510 with Nvidia Optimus technology.
Do PCs need new ideas? Apparently, Lenovo strongly believes so: after all, a black tower with messy cables and energy-guzzling hardware does not sound like how a modern PC used for idea generation should resemble. Enter the company’s new IdeaCenter A310, an All-In-One PC which clearly has an idea on how a proper, stylish PC
Lenovo will be celebrating the sale of their 60 millionth Thinkpad notebook this month, and the company has something planned for its loyal consumers. In addition to the usual loyalty discounts, the notebook manufacturer has also announced its intention to boost the Thinkpad T Series with NVIDIA’s Optimus switchable-graphics technology, which it claims will result
While some see the future for desktop computing as being bleak, others see it as a chance to reinvent the desktop to suit the ever-changing needs of home users. Clearly, Lenovo has opted to pursue the latter path, and its efforts are paying off. In a media event held at Illuma, in Singapore, on 7 September,
Tablets are the future of computing, right? It has to be: after all, Bill Gates himself predicted many years back that users would one day use the tablet for most daily computing tasks. Fast forward to the present, and we see that tablets are fast catching on in the market, albeit in a slightly different
Are you a cubicle dweller in need of your IT department to approve the purchase of a new PC to replace your slow, malware-infested machine? If so, you may want to take a look at the new desktop PCs recently launched by Lenovo before submitting your proposal to tech support. Read on for more information.
Apparently, premium. slim 13-inchnotebooks will no longer be part of Lenovo’s roadmap for a long, long time: the company has announced plans to scrap the X300 series off the Thinkpad banner. Oddly enough, the X100 and X200 series will not suffer the same fate. What is Lenovo’s reasoning behind the move? Read on to find out
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
Today, Lenovo Singapore held an event at Suntec Convention to announce their new expanded line of consumer PCs. The new PCs include the Z series (Z360 and Z460), U460, A700, Edge 14-inch, V460 and C200.