News tagged ‘lenovo’
Tuesday, 10 Apr 2012
Lenovo continues its push into the tablet market with the introduction of the IdeaTab S2109, which is powered by Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich." More importantly, the company claims that the IdeaTab S2109 comes with a 10-hour battery life.
Thursday, 5 Apr 2012
Aimed at emerging markets, including China and Brazil, the StudyBook will feature a 10-inch panel and Intel's Medfield platform.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Good news for those looking to get an Ultrabook. PC manufacturers in the US are reducing prices of the current batch of Ultrabooks to make way for the second wave of Ultrabooks poised to hit the market.
Lenovo announced its plans to bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to its business-centric ThinkPad Tablet sometime in Q2 this year. No specific dates are given at the moment.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors are moving beyond the Android smartphone and tablet space, powering a new wave of Windows 8 tablet and smart TVs starting with Lenovo's K91 SmartTV that was announced at CES 2012.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
We've been promised some very exciting form factors thanks to the flexibility of Ultrabooks coupled with Windows 8, and the appropriately named Lenovo Ideapad Yoga is one such Ultrabook. This spiffy little form-bender flexes to become a tablet in one moment and then a notebook the next moment.
Monday, 9 Jan 2012
Lenovo sets the pace with their recent revelation of a 55-inch IdeaTV, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8060 processor and Google's Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Lenovo will be showcasing its latest Ultrabook under the ThinkPad branding at CES 2012. Available in Q3 2012 (in line with Intel's Ivy Bridge launch), the ThinkPad T430u will come with a starting price of US$849.
Tuesday, 3 Jan 2012
Acer and Lenovo are reported to be launching their Windows 8 tablets in the third quarter of 2012. The tablets are said to run on Intel's upcoming "Clover Trail" processors.
Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011
Analysts have predicted that Apple will lose their share of the ultra-portable segment, currently dominated by the Macbook Air, which makes up an estimated 49% of all Apple notebook sales. This prediction is reliant on the Ultrabook (as per Intel's specifications) segment picking up speed in 2012.