There are several iconic designs in the PC space that have spawned many competing clones, and Lenovo is the proud parent of one such design in the Lenovo Yoga. The 360° hinge and touch support proved to be one of the most useful convertible designs around, with an uncompromised laptop feel, but added versatility of tent, tablet, and stand modes. Today Lenovo is announcing a refresh of their consumer range of Yoga convertible laptops, with not only new internals, but also a new naming scheme. Lenovo hasn’t released a full specification list for all of the models yet, but there will be both Intel and AMD models available. The AMD models will be based on the 4000-series Renoir platform, and since Intel has not formally...
Lenovo today announced yet another addition to it’s M-series enterprise class all-in-ones with the new M71z. The new AIOs are aimed specifically at large businesses, schools and government...6 by Saumitra Bhagwat on 8/9/2011
Today Lenovo brings thin and Sandy Bridge to your desks and your laps. Leaked last month, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 will make a strong case for itself to corporate...31 by Jason Inofuentes on 5/16/2011
We try not to bring you too much news about product announcements unless there's something particularly intriguing about them; we get inundated by them and most of the time...68 by Dustin Sklavos on 3/10/2011
The pricetag of Lenovo's ThinkPad X100e has come down a couple of hundred dollars from its lofty perch when it entered the market more than six months ago, but...24 by Dustin Sklavos on 9/3/2010
Corporations like talking about being "green" these days, and there's no question that environmentally friendly devices and technologies are a major push. We recently spoke with Lenovo about their...9 by Jarred Walton on 4/20/2010
Lenovo looks to shake things up in the ThinkPad world with the introduction of the Edge. Available with AMD or Intel CULV processors, the Edge also makes some significant...34 by Vivek Gowri on 4/7/2010