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BlackBerry gets even cosier with Google with the new Key2 LE handset

There’s a new addition to the BlackBerry lineup, and while it still means business, it’s got a playful edge with it’s selection of three colours (and their names): Slate, Champagne and Atomic (aka, red). The BlackBerry Key2 LE is a modern-looking device, assuming you don’t find the physical keyboard deeply anachronistic. And it’s got a solid selection of specs and a s...[Read More]

The new Lenovo Yoga Book C930 is part e-reader, part laptop, all awesome

Alongside the monstrous ThinkPad X1 Extreme, Lenovo’s announced a handful of new Yoga products, from a non-convertible laptop (the first Yoga of its sort) to one packing a miniature Dolby Atmos-supporting sound bar, and our new favourite ultraportable, a Yoga Book with a regular display and an E-Ink one that serves as an e-reader, keyboard and sketchpad, call the Yoga Book C930. Not by the b...[Read More]

Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Extreme is the all-rounder laptop we’ve been waiting for

Lenovo’s taken the wrappers off a huge selection of kit at IFA 2018 in Berlin, but the one that’ll get power users most excited is the update to its ThinkPad X1 flagship, called the ThinkPad X1 Extreme. Intended for the most demanding of business users who also want to watch Netflix in 4K HDR after they knock off, or play the latest PC games without having to dial down the frame rates,...[Read More]

Acer’s launched a slew of updated laptops and gaming kit at IFA 2018

This year’s IFA event in Berlin is underway, and Acer was one of the first companies out the gate with announcements of new products. These include a super light-weight pair of Swift 5 laptops (a 15in and a 14in), the inclusion of 4G/LTE in the Swift 3 range, updates to the Aspire series, and a complete set of new ‘Nitro’ gaming accessories. Get Swifty Acer’s big news is a ...[Read More]

LG’s first Android One smartphone is… also a G7?

Okay, how many times is LG going to be releasing the LG G7? We’ve already got the G7 ThinQ and now the South Korean company has announced two more entrants in the G7 series: An Android One handset called the G7 One and a cheaper version of their flagship device called the G7 Fit. Both handsets are on show at this year’s IFA conference in Berlin, Germany but LG has spilled all of the be...[Read More]

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