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Lenovo’s ThinkPad 10 is an update of the ThinkPad 2

Lenovo’s ThinkPad 2 is a great 10.1-inch tablet in its own right but there’s a successor in the works, newly announced by the Chinese company. Overseas media have been given a chance to play with the updated tablet, while we have to wait a little while to get a hands-on with the ThinkPad 10 but that doesn’t mean that we can’t take a peek under the hood. On paper. Lenovo hav...[Read More]

Specs for Motorola’s new Moto E smartphone leak from Brazil

Google sold Motorola to Lenovo after scooping out the bits that the search company wanted to make use of and Motorola, of course, is still making phones. There is supposed to be an announcement event taking place tomorrow regarding the first Lenovo/Motorola handset but a Brazilian website and store called FastShop has jumped the gun and unveiled the specs for a phone called the Moto E. The mistake...[Read More]

Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Windows tablet leaked… by Lenovo

Lenovo has a new 10in tablet coming out – and has “leaked” it on its own site ahead of any official announcement. The Windows 8.1-equipped ThinkPad 10 appeared on Lenovo’s Australian site over the weekend, described as a “business-ready” model delivering a “full PC experience” and listed as “coming soon”. No price is mentioned as yet, but there’s a handful of specifications: a 1920 x 1200 resoluti...[Read More]

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (2014) – The eyes have it

We’ve always been quite fond of Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Carbon ultrabook but the last release has been getting a bit long in the tooth. The updated-for-2014 model of Lenovo’s top-end ultrabook just happened to land in our lap and it has won the hearts of the Stuff team all over again, despite having Windows 8.1 installed right off the bat. The operating system must be growing on us....[Read More]

Lenovo will soon be the proud owner of Motorola (for around $3 billion)

Several reports late yesterday were claiming that Google is selling off Motorola or rather, the part of the company that makes mobile phones, to Chinese company Lenovo. Google has since confirmed those reports, saying that the deal will cost Lenovo just shy of $3 billion. Ars Technica reports that Google originally paid $12.5 billion for Motorola and they have since sold a portion of it, the set-t...[Read More]

Global smartphone shipments pass the 1 billion mark for the first time – IDC

Smartphone vendors shipped over 1 billion smartphones in 2013, according to the most recent figures from market research firm IDC. This marks the first time that the worldwide sale of smartphones has topped this number, more than doubling the shipment total met just two years previously. According to the report, the likes of Samsung, Apple, Nokia and everyone else involved shipped 1,004.2 million ...[Read More]

Lenovo brings 6TB of cloud storage and streaming to one little Beacon

Lenovo makes a lot of shiny things, including a host of laptops, tablets and even some phones. And then there is the Beacon, the glorious intermingling of personal cloud storage and media server. It stores 6TB of data, held in dual hard drive bays, and is powered by an unspecified Atom processor. This means that the Beacon can stream pretty much anything you store inside it without much hassle on ...[Read More]

Snapdragon 800-sporting Lenovo handset leaks

An unannounced phone from Lenovo seems to have leaked in images online, including an image of an AnTuTu benchmark showing that the handset is wielding a Snapdragon 800 processor. The phone, codenamed either the K6 or X910, also has an Adreno 330 GPU and a seemingly 5-inch 1,080 x 1,920 display. The dual-SIM handset is thought to be Lenovo’s new flagship device but there are few details on th...[Read More]

Lenovo gives the ThinkPad some Haswell love with the T440s ultrabook

Lenovo has revealed, though an updated product page on their online store, a new ultrabook powered by Intel’s new Haswell chips. The T440s doesn’t have a massive amount of detail available at the moment but there are some items regarding the new ultrabook that are known. For starters, the T440s will have a full HD 14-inch IPS display (multi-touch optional) with a 1,920 x 1,080 resoluti...[Read More]

Lenovo’s new ThinkPad S531 measures up (to 15 inches)

Lenovo has unveiled their first 15-inch ThinkPad ultrabook, the ThinkPad S531, at the Xander Zhou fashion show in London. The new Windows 8 ultrabook will be offering a processor performance increase of up to 15% over previous models, according to Lenovo, as well as improved battery life with a claimed 9 hours of powered-on time. Lenovo have yet to offer specifications about the display that the S...[Read More]

Lenovo has its best financial year to date

Tech manufacturer Lenovo has announced its financial results for Q4 of 2012 as well as the 2012 financial year and the figures are not bad at all. For the fourth quarter of the year Lenovo achieved $127 million in profits on revenue of $7.8 billion. The revenue total is a record for the company over a quarter but the full year results have also been record breaking for the company. The full year p...[Read More]

Lenovo adds three new tablets to their product lineup

Lenovo has added two new 7-inch A-series and one S-series “Home Entertainment” tablet to their current lineup of available products. The S6000, pictured left, is a 10-inch Android tablet with a 1,280 x 800 IPS display, MTK 8389/8125 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU and a battery that can support a claimed 8 or more hours of WiFi-connected browsing. Billed as a multimedia device, the S6000 will fe...[Read More]

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