Fast growing PC maker looking to retain its Chinese market share while expanding in new markets.
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Lenovo brings its twisted talent to this ThinkPad laptop, including a keyboard that sinks on demand.
The end of the year is fast approaching and it's fitting to look back at the tech purchases made in 2013, and giving a nod to the best of them.
The PC manufacturer has a wide variety of systems at sale prices available through its online store, but some specials are better than others.
The ThinkPad X240 uses Lenovo's Power Bridge technology to provide hot swappable batteries to keep you running for up to 17 hours.
Windows 8.1 is designed to work on all types of PCs including laptops and tablets. The Yoga 2 Pro lets you use Windows in both of those configurations.
Limited-time specials include the Microsoft Surface RT with keyboard cover for $249.99 and the Dell Venue Pro 8 tablet for $229.99. Unfortunately, the prices are only guaranteed for in-store purchases.
The retailer offers sales on Windows 8.1 tablets using Intel's Bay Trail processors, and has Microsoft's Surface RT with keyboard discounted to $249.99.
The Chinese PC maker saw a 36 percent rise in its net profit to US$219.7 million, as it powers ahead despite an industry slump by expanding in mobile devices and better cost controls.
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Buying refurbished systems can save a lot of money and produce impressive results: here's what I found when testing out openSuSE and Fedora 19 on a a refurbished Lenovo.
The largest PC maker in the world has started a campaign to push a better way for tablets. That's well and good, but I want specific things from my tablet.
Lenovo is heating up the Android tablet space with the introduction of two tablets aimed directly at the Nexus line. The Yoga Tablet comes in 8 and 10-inch models similar to the budget friendly Nexus slates, but the Yogas get 18 hours of battery life.
Here are the top stories from ZDNet Mobile News this week gathered in one convenient spot. The tablet reigned supreme so if you missed something you can check it out here.
Lenovo's tablet has impressed me since buying it a while back. Having updated it to Windows 8.1, I find it even better due to Microsoft's improvements.
This isn't the first time that the Chinese PC maker has been in the mix as a potential buyer for the beleaguered Canadian phone maker.