PC computing leader Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announced, at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show, the cutting edge ThinkPad 2015 product portfolio. Featuring the latest generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the world’s lightest 14 inch performance ultrabook, the iconic brand celebrates one hundred million units shipped and continues to build on its unique heritage enjoyed by loyal and passionate fans around the world.
The 8-inch tablet market is literally overflowing with choices. What makes 8-inch or similar tablets great is that they are small enough that you really do not feel like you are carrying around say a laptop or Ultrabook. While Lenovo does offer 8-inch tablets, this is a ThinkPad tablet, which means it is targeted at business users. Being a business user on the go you want something powerful enough and that can do everything that your PC or laptop can do. I would much rather carry around an 8-inch tablet than an Ultrabook. Running a full version of Windows 8.1 and with its 1920 x 1200 display the ThinkPad 8 might give you a reason to ditch your PC. Read on as we take a look…
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon has been Lenovo’s best Ultrabook for business and to start off 2014 they have fixed some of the minor issues with the original version and added a few things as well. One of the additions is the adaptive keyboard, which is one of the coolest things that I have seen so far at CES.
Lenovo was showing a very cool and powerful business tablet at CES. The ThinkPad 8 is Lenovo’s first 8-inch business tablet and comes loaded with Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office. Given its form factor, screen size and features this seems to be a best in class tablet in the 8-inch size.
Lenovo is all geared up to launch their new ThinkPad T440s UltraBook. It is powered by Intel’s latest and greatest 4TH generation Haswell Core processor. It comes in two variants as per the screen resolution, offering either 1600x900p or 1920x1080p with full HD IPS panel. Additionally both variants will come in 14 inch screen size.
Lenovo has been coming up with a lot of various ThinkPads Edge Series models and the ThinkPad T431’s in the past couple of months but now you must be keen to get your hands on new Lenovo device and tired of using the same old ThinkPad. Well the wait is over because Lenovo is back again showing its two new UltraBook designs S3 (Labatt) and S5 (Guinness), having a screen size of 13-inch and 15 inch respectively with Windows 8 OS. Rumors are that it will be launched by the end of May in China.
Today Lenovo has announced the ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook. This is the thinnest T series ever and has design elements which were inspired by the results of an extensive global research project. The ThinkPad T431s features an innovative trackpad, enhanced keyboard and refined aesthetics.
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.
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.
Lenovo had their own private booth this year at CES. They showed us their new ThinkPad T430U Ultrabook that features optional discrete 1GB NVIDIA graphics, support for Intel’s latest Core processors and is just under 4LBS. One really cool Ultrabook we were shown was the IdeaPad Yoga. Not only is it 17mm thin the screen can be folded over backwards to transform the Ultrabook into a tablet. Read on to check out these and some of the other things Lenovo showed us.
Oct 02, 2015 0