Lenovo is such an interesting story. Starting from a company that hardly anyone knew to purchasing IBM’s personal computer business, which included the ThinkPad brand. Now unlike many personal computer businesses they are actually doing well and making quite a lot of money! In the last quarter of 2012 Lenovo made an operating profit of $243 million. This was primarily because of their shipment of 14.1 million PC’s and notebooks.
In 2012 Lenovo was the world’s fastest-growing PC company. So what does Lenovo have planned for 2013? Quiet a lot! Starting with their tablets and Ultrabooks they showed us the X1 Carbon Touch, which is the world’s lightest 14-inch touch Ultrabook. The ThinkPad Tablet 2, which is the world’s lightest Windows 8 Pro tablet. And finally the ThinkPad Helix convertible Ultrabook. Lenovo has a new line of portable monitors, both wireless and USB 3.0 wired. These portable monitors will give you touch on your device and act as a second display. The coolest product Lenovo showed us was the IdeaCentre Horizon which is a 27-inch all-in-one PC. Finally we were shown the new Erazer X700 liquid-cooled gaming PC.
Lenovo today announced two new additions to its family of convertible laptop-tablet devices: the ThinkPad Helix, a premium convertible for business professionals featuring a “rip and flip” design – a blueprint for the next generation of laptop designs – and a more powerful and productive IdeaPad Yoga 11S, the first multimode mini Ultrabook equipped with powerful Intel processors and featuring Windows 8.
Lenovo today announced its new lineup of consumer and business Windows 8 touch-optimized devices at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show. Headlining the collection are new additions to the ultra-portable IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks and the multimedia intensive IdeaPad Z Series laptops as well as new models of IdeaCentre all-in-one desktops, from the sleek and stylish A Series to the affordable and space-saving C Series.
Lenovo today announced the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, the world’s first “interpersonal PC,” a multi-user, multi-touch, multi-mode device for the home that allows users to turn their personal computing experience into a shared computing experience.
If you have not fully embraced Intel’s Ultrabooks you really should. They have been what power users like me have been wanting for quite a long time. A sleek and slim laptop that is powerful enough to do all of our daily tasks and still have a good battery life. Today we are taking a look at one of Lenovo’s latest Ultrabooks in their IdeaPad U410. This Ultrabook features a sleek colored aluminum chassis, an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and one of the most comfortable keyboards that I’ve ever used! Is this the perfect Ultrabook for you? Read on as we take a look.
Lenovo today announced the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch, optimized for Windows 8 and now adds touch experience to the industry’s leading business class Ultrabook. The X1 Carbon and X1 Carbon Touch are developed from superior grade carbon fibre and deliver legendary durability and the highest levels of performance. The new X1 Carbon Touch paves the way for mobile professionals who demand the best in mobility and entertainment and want to experience the simplicity of touch gesture control.
Using a touchscreen is something we are used to with our mobile phones and tablets but it really has not translated to the desktop all that well. Yes there have been all-in-one touchscreen systems, but for the most part they have been clunky and Windows 7 really is not made for a touchscreen. This all changes with Windows 8. The Metro interface in Windows 8 is more or less designed to be used with a touchscreen device. Today we are checking out Lenovo’s flagship all-in-one and their largest as well with a 27-inch touchscreen display. The IdeaCentre A720 features a very sleek and thin design, NVIDIA GeForce Graphics, a TV tuner, HDMI in and out, WiFi, Bluetooth and much more. Read on as we have some fun and check out this system.
Today we opened up and got our first look at a pretty cool product from Lenovo. It is their IdeaCentre A720 All-in-On system. This system features an Intel Core i5 processor, NVIDIA graphics, 8GB of memory, TV tuner, a 27-inch HD display that supports 10-point multitouch and much more! Read on to check out our overview video of this sleek system!
Just about a year ago we took a look at Lenovo’s Y570 15.6-inch laptop and today we have its successor the Y580. Designed to be an all-around system or even a desktop replacement that can handle HD video, gaming, and other intensive tasks the Y580 features NVIDIA GTX660M graphics, an mSATA solid state drive for fast boot times and application load times, a very fast Intel Core i7-3610QM processor, 8GB of DDR3 and USB 3.0 support. For those who hate the typical dull speakers on laptops Lenovo has outfitted the Y580 with premium JBL speakers with support for Dolby Home Theater v4. Finally just for looks Lenovo has added a backlit keyboard that not only looks cool, but allows you to work at night with ease. Starting at just $849 the Y580 is still very affordable. Is this the laptop for you? Read on as we put it to the test!