The third-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon is thin, light and eminently portable, while also being sturdily built and providing a high-quality display that's big enough to do serious work on. That's quite an achievement.
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Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard, the world's top two PC vendors, also both saw PC shipment increases during the first quarter.
The Chrome OS desktop is powered by an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor that's paired with a 21.5-inch screen.
Laptops and desktops don't come cheap for enterprises or small business owners. Depending on your app needs, spending $100 to $150 for a PC on a stick could make sense.
This reworking of the ThinkStation design propels Lenovo to the top of the workstation tree with a cleverly engineered and powerful product that can handle the most demanding of applications.
Microsoft has inked a number of deals to help Windows 10 make progress in China, particularly on mobile.
This 14-inch Windows laptop is ready for both the office and home. We put it through its paces to see how it fares.
The growth in the server market remains with the white box manufacturers that are supplying hyperscale cloud providers. Will the top guns---HP, IBM, Dell, Cisco and Lenovo---have an answer?
When it preinstalled the Superfish adware on consumer PCs, Lenovo sold its customers out for a pittance, but it still hasn't had to disclose how much it received. Maybe it's time for a Truth in Labeling act to shine a light on this dark corner of the PC market.
Lenovo has kicked off MWC with the launch of two new smartphones, including a device that doesn't seem to know if it's a camera or a phone.
At MWC, Lenovo rolls out two new Android powered tablets that lower the cost curve.
Following on from the Superfish debacle the company found itself embroiled in earlier this month, PC maker Lenovo is promising to bring to an end to the practice of pre-loading crapware onto systems.
This 8-inch Windows tablet is the first with Lenovo's Anypen technology that enables using any pen or pencil to write or draw on the screen. We go hands on with it to see how it fares.
Lenovo is still smarting from the Superfish media storm, but CTO Peter Hortensius says the firm is working to fix its battered reputation.
Lenovo has apologised for preloading Superfish adware on its consumer line of laptops that compromised the security of the devices, and released a tool to remove it.
A Lenovo security advisory details the models of notebooks impacted by the Superfish SSL hijacking, while a company statement says that Superfish is used to 'enhance' users' computing experiences.
Enterprise customers are said not to be affected, but millions of consumers and bring-your-own-device users are likely using compromised machines.
The bad news is that Lenovo ever put Superfish on their consumer laptops. The good news is that it's not that hard to get rid of it.
Chinese hardware manufacturer Lenovo has come under fire for allegedly shipping consumer Windows laptops with software that hijacks secure website connections, as well as inserting ads into search results.
Chinese hardware maker "reunites" its Asia-Pacific emerging and mature markets business units as part of ongoing corporate reorganization, and possibly a leadup to its new smart devices unit for China.
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