Those who have heard of ThinkPad way before Lenovo acquired IBM back in 2005 are in for a treat. David Hill, the Vice President of Design at Lenovo, is teasing a “retro” ThinkPad laptop that will feature the “original design details” of early ThinkPad laptops without the added bulk. “Think of it like stepping into a time machine and landing […]
Intel’s Compute Stick idea is slowly catching on, and Lenovo is hopping on that bandwagon with the introduction of the Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300. It is similar in build and design to the compute stick, but has one important quality that might make it more attractive to consumers: it is cheaper.
The world’s top PC maker isn’t ready to rest on its perch just yet. Aside from revealing its fresh new logo at the recent Lenovo Tech World conference in Beijing a few weeks back, the company also outlined its ambitions for the Malaysian market recently.
At Lenovo’s recent FY14 announcement, the company made a rather startling discovery: the world’s leading PC maker sold more smartphones than PCs in 2014. That may not have been the trigger behind the huge rebranding exercise unveiled at Lenovo Tech World, but it certainly came at just the right time.
Seemingly out of the blue, Lenovo has released a new product that nobody had quite expected. The Lenovo Cast is a pocket-sized wireless media streamer that works very similarly to Google’s Chromecast.
Part of Lenovo’s DOit productivity suite, the REACHit app allows users to access and manage files between multiple devices and cloud storage services from just a single app. Once Windows 10 comes around later this year, REACHit will come with one additional feature: integration with the operating system’s intelligent personal assistant, Cortana.
Lenovo has revealed three new laptops due late next month ahead of the Lenovo Tech World Conference in Beijing, China. The Z41 and Z51 are performance class laptops designed for both home entertainment and productivity, while the Ideapad 100 is an entry level device aimed that people who only want the bare essentials on a […]
This Thursday, 28 May, Lenovo will be hosting the inaugural Lenovo Tech World, the first event from Lenovo to showcase its latest products and demonstrate its commitment to technology for the next five years.
Lenovo unveiled the K80, a smartphone that appears to be directly challenging Asus’ recently announced Zenfone 2. The specifications are similar, although the K80 is only set to appear in China; with no word on whether it will be appearing in other markets.
Lenovo recently announced a brand new mid-range smartphone, the Lenovo K3 Note. As its name suggests, the K3 Note is a new addition to Lenovo’s Lemon series of smartphone, and is a larger sibling to the Lenovo K3. However, not only is it bigger in size, it is also more powerful in terms of specs.
Lenovo Malaysia has quietly launched a promotion which offers up to RM100 rebate when you purchase selected Lenovo product. Interestingly, the list of eligible devices for this promotion also include the new Lenovo Yoga 3 multimode laptop that is equipped with the latest fifth generation Intel Core processor. Announced back at CES 2015, this Yoga laptop is […]
Seems like it is a very busy day for Microsoft today as the company kicked off its Windows Hardware Engineering Community conference in Shenzhen, China earlier today. Several key announcements have been revealed at the event today including the availability timeframe for Windows 10, Xiaomi’s Mi 4 Windows 10 test program and this: Lenovo’s first […]
Lenovo Malaysia has quietly announced the Lenovo P70‘s availability in Malaysia on its Facebook and Twitter accounts. This particular smartphone is equipped with a huge 4,000mAh battery that is said to offer up to 34 days of standby time or up to 46 hours of talk time, which is pretty impressive.
This particular product was originally believed to be Lenovo’s next flagship smartphone but when it was officially announced at Mobile World Congress last week, the rumour turns out to be false. Not only that, it also has a different purpose altogether as the new Lenovo Vibe Shot is the company’s attempt to deliver the “ultimate […]
After announcing the Lenovo Vibe Shot, the company has also unveiled a budget-friendly smartphone, the Lenovo A7000. What sets this particularly affordable smartphone apart from its competition is the Dolby Atmos feature, a new surround sound technology for mobile. As it turns out, the Lenovo A7000 is the first smartphone to boast such a feature.
At the on-going MWC 2015, Lenovo announced two new Android tablets – the Tab 2 A10 and Tab 2 A8, that packs mid-range specs and a pretty affordable price from US$199 and US$129 respectively – RM725 and RM470.
Lenovo’s woes continue after attackers took control of its website, which allowed to intercept company emails and redirect visitors to other sites. The website has been taken down, and Lenovo is still working on getting it working again.
What was originally thought to be the Lenovo Vibe Z3 Pro turns out to be the Lenovo Vibe Shot; that is, if this rumour is to be believed. Based on the leaked specifications, this upcoming smartphone is mainly focused on its camera capabilities with a design to match.
Lenovo had a less than happy Chinese New Year as it was discovered to have installed adware that hijacks web sessions, leaving users vulnerable to HTTPS man-in-the-middle attacks. It becomes worse as the difficulty in defeating the encryption of the adware is so easy that researchers managed to guess the password in three hours.