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Lenovo Smart Display (0)

Building the smart home has been kicking into high gear these past few years. Many of the devices coming out in the market are gearing towards making home become more interactive. The device that makes it all work seamlessly is what will make it all happen like this new Lenovo Smart Display. Google Assistant Feature The new Lenovo Smart Display features the Google Assistant, the powerful AI assistant similar to Amazon’s Echo. The smart display is actually a voice-activated computer that can provide users with supplementary information whenever they need it. Using voice commands, the Lenovo Smart Display can provide information about eateries nearby if the user wants to know about good restaurants. The Lenovo Smart Display features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 624 processor. It also features up to 2GB of RAM and up to 4GB eMMC flash storage. It also comes with a 5MP wide angle view front camera and an 8-inch HD IPS touchscreen display. The Lenovo Smart Display also features 1.75” 10-watt full range speaker with a dual-passive radiator and dual-array microphones. This device makes use of Google Assistant to access information as well as make the home smarter by controlling all the other smart devices connected to it, all with just a person’s voice. It is an ideal device that smart homes today can use. The 8-inch Lenovo Smart Display is expected to cost around $200 when it comes out this summer. The 10-inch version is expected to cost around $250. Image Source: Lenovo Read More

How To Stay Ahead: Lenovo Announcing An Innovative Project Tango Phone (0)

With the smartphone market getting more and more competitive, innovation may be the key for some companies to stay ahead of the pack. But innovation can also be a risky proposition as there is no way to tell if the new ideas will appeal to the general consumer. But it is a risk that many market players are willing to make, especially if they have partners to help them out. This may be the case for the new partnership between Lenovo and Google to create the first OEM smartphone that feature the new Project Tango technology. Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo and Google has recently announced that they are partnering together to develop the first Project Tango smartphone. Project Tango technology will give smartphones more powerful features such as being able to "sense" its physical surroundings with a combination of 3D motion tracking and depth sensing. Such an Android mobile device will be able to determine its place in its immediate surroundings using advanced computer vision, image processing, and special vision sensors. A Project Tango smartphone will also open new possibilities for apps that can take advantage of these new features. Lenovo expects that this partnership will be able to give them that upper hand with regards to coming up with the next innovative smartphones to enter the market. The new smartphone will be running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The first Project Tango smartphone under this partnership is expected to come out sometime in the summer of this year. And as part of the partnership, app developers are also being invited to create the new generation of apps that will make use of the new Project Tango technology. Chosen app proposals will have a chance of getting funded and their apps featured in the upcoming Lenovo Project Tango smartphone. Image Source: Lenovo Read More

Lenovo Yoga 700 (0)

When it comes to laptops today, many people are looking for something that stands out. Whether it may be in terms of features or design, people are always looking for that one thing that makes a device different from the rest. And because of this, many laptop makers have begun to innovate and develop different features to make their models unique from the others are there. In the case of the new Lenovo Yoga 700 laptop, it is ultra portability and adaptability combined into one. The new Lenovo Yoga 700 is an ultraportable laptop designed for people who are looking for a thin yet powerful laptop that they can bring along anywhere. This laptop does just that. It is a slim and light laptop that is just 0.7" thin and weighs only 3.6 lbs. It comes with a 14" IPS display, which is ideal enough for mobile people always going from here to there. But inside, the Lenovo Yoga 700 comes with a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processors, up to 8GB DDR3L RAM, and a 256GB SSD internal storage. The Lenovo Yoga 700 also comes with an integrated Intel HD graphics card or a NVIDIA GeForce 940M graphics card with 2GB dedicated memory. It also comes with a 1MP webcam and a rechargeable battery that can last for up to 7 hours. But what also makes the Lenovo Yoga 700 unique is its adaptability to different situations. Aside from being a laptop, users can also use the Lenovo Yoga 700 in Stand, Tent and Tablet modes. It is run by a Windows 10 Home OS for a more familiar experience. The Lenovo Yoga 700 14-inch laptop is now available at Lenovo stores and retailers for around $799. Image Source: Lenovo   Read More

Lenovo Announces Smartphone With Built-In Projection Keyboard (0)

The smartphone market has become quite competitive and tight. Only the best and innovative models seem to catch attention, not to mention brand recall. Well, that is what most smartphone makers aim to do if they wish to survive in the market. In the case of Lenovo, their recent innovation is having a smartphone with a built-in projection keyboard. Lenovo recently announced its newest smartphone, the Lenovo Smart Cast. The company is touting it as the world's first laser projection smartphone. This new smartphone features a pico projector with a gesture-based control system. What this means is that this smartphone has the ability to turn any flat surface into a smart display. The smartphone can project a virtual keyboard that operates using gesture-based controls. Users will be able to type through the virtual keyboard when the phone's limited screen area may not be enough. The Lenovo Smart Cast remains as just an announcement from its maker. No other details are available other than those features just mentioned. The company has also not mentioned when it will be available, where and for how much. We might need to wait a bit more to see one in the market. Image Source: Gizmodo Read More

Lenovo LaVie Z Convertible PC (0)

Portable and light has become the main objectives among many gadget makers today. People nowadays seem to gravitate towards gadgets that are easy and light to carry but pack on the power of their larger predecessors. This is especially true in the realm of notebooks and laptops. Ultraportables have become quite popular because they are usually thin, light and slick but can pack a punch in terms of performance. Many ultraportable PC makers are still trying to stretch the boundaries in terms of how far they can go with making the thinnest or the lightest device in the market. Lenovo certainly has something to offer with its new Lenovo LaVie Z Convertible PC. The Lenovo LaVie Z HZ750 is a new convertible laptop stemming from the partnership of Lenovo and NEC. This mobile computer is considered to be the lightest 13-inch convertible PC, weighing around just 2.04 lbs. the LaVie Z HZ750 features a360-degree hinge pioneered by Lenovo that allows users to convert  the gadget from a laptop into a tablet with just a turn of the display. This ultraportable is also quite thin at just 16.9mm. The Lenovo LaVie Z will feature the 5th Generation Intel Core i7 processor and run Windows 8.1 OS. A 128 GB storage ensures that there is plenty of ready memory available. This ultraportable convertible PC also comes with a specialized magnesium-lithium body, which is 50 percent lighter than aluminum and yet just as strong as the heavier magnesium alloy laptops. This makes them quite an ideal and handy companion for people who are always on the go. Just recently introduced at CES 2015, the Lenovo LaVie Z HZ750 is expected to be available in US shores by May of this year. It is expected to cost around $1,499 when it comes out. Image Source: Lenovo Read More

Google sells Motorola to Lenovo for $3 billion (0)

Google has confirmed on its website that it has sold its Motorola unit to Chinese PC maker Lenovo for $2.91 billion. The deal consists of $660 million in cash and $750 million in Lenovo shares, while the remaining $1.5 billion will be paid through a three-year promissory note. Not only Lenovo receives the Motorola brand, but also its array of current devices, which includes the Moto X and Moto G. The Chinese company will also get over 2,000 patent assets, while Google will keep control for most of the patents it originally acquired from its past acquisition of Motorola. The deal would give Lenovo an established global brand, hoping to replicate its successful smartphone business outside China. Google, meanwhile, would shed off a unit that has constantly dragged down its profits. Motorola posted losses over the last year or so. The most recent quarter, for instance, Motorola posted an operating loss of $248 million, higher than what it lost a year earlier. The deal comes as a surprise as analysts see Google shifting towards creating its own hardware. Source: CNET Image source: CNET Read More

Lenovo ThinkPad 8 tablet unveiled at CES 2014 (0)

Lenovo kicks off its CES 2014 campaign with a tablet that does not sacrifice productivity. The Lenovo ThinkPad 8 is geared towards students and professionals who take their work while on the go. This slim Windows 8.1 tablet comes preloaded with Microsoft Office and with an array of useful ports for connecting to an external monitor, smart TV, or keyboard. It measures 8.3 inches and features a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution display, a quad-core Intel Bay Trail processor with 2GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of expandable internal storage (which includes a microSD card slot). The Lenovo ThinkPad 8 also sports a 10-megapixel rear camera with flash, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, a sleek machine-cut aluminum, and a pair of stereo speakers with Doly Home Theater. Lenovo's so-called "first 8-inch business tablet" will be available in late January, in WiFi-only and 4G LTE/3G models. These gadgets start at $449. Source: CNET Read More

Ashton Kutcher becomes Lenovo employee (0)

PC manufacturer Lenovo made a surprise announcement on Twitter last Tuesday as the company introduced its latest employee, and it's no ordinary wage slave. Lenovo posted a photo of its employee's ID card together with the caption, "Say hello to our newest employee." The company refers to actor Ashton Kutcher, who recently portrayed Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in a film detailing his life story. The ID includes Kutcher's work title: Product Engineer. The announcement is part of Lenovo's upcoming #Betterway global livestream Tuesday night. The program supposedly introduces the company's new suite of innovative products. Kutcher was also at the event, held live from YouTube's studio in Los Angeles. Before becoming part of Lenovo, Ashton Kutcher has previously expressed his interest in working in the technology industry. He is also one of the first users of Twitter. Source: Mashable Read More

Lenovo A10: Your Android-powered convertible laptop (0)

Lenovo dares to be a tad different with its latest laptop. The Lenovo A10 is the company's first Android-powered laptop. This 10.1-inch notebook also converts into a tablet as you fold the screen back. This convertible laptop weighs just 2.2 pounds and measures 0.69 inch thick. It features a 1.6GHz quad-core Rockchip RK3188 Cortex-A9 processor, a touchscreen display with 1366 x 768 resolution, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.2 with a customized user interface, and 32GB expandable internal storage with microSD card slot. The Lenovo A10 also sports a VGA webcam, two USB 2.0 ports, and an HDMI slot. Lenovo claims its battery can last for up to nine hours of continuous video playback. "With the recent explosive growth in Android-based, smart connected devices, customers are relying more on Android apps for both work and play. Why should they be required to switch and duplicate to use their laptop? Lenovo's A10 brings ultra-portability and dual-mode benefits to Android users at a reasonable price," Bai Peng, vice president and general manager of Lenovo Business Group's notebook business unit, said in a statement. "Thin and light, with multiple modes and user-inspired innovations for an outstanding user experience; the A10 is uniquely Lenovo." Despite the introduction, Lenovo remains mum on the availability and pricing, although it is rumored to be around $340. It is nowhere to be found in its online store, even though tech support documents are available. Source: Engadget Read More

Rumor: Lenovo plans to buy BlackBerry (0)

A report from Wall Street Journal claims that Chinese PC maker Lenovo has allegedly signed a non-disclosure agreement with BlackBerry to take a look into the struggling smartphone company's books. Word on the street is that Lenovo, the largest PC manufacturer in the world, is considering to make a bid to buy the Canadian company, which has been experiencing a series of unfortunate financial losses. There have been rumors about how big tech companies are considering to acquire a piece of BlackBerry, including the likes of Google, Intel, Samsung, LG, and even BlackBerry's co-founder Mike Lazaridis. This so-called Lenovo agreement comes after BlackBerry released an open letter to its customers, telling "they can continue to count on BlackBerry". It may sound ironic at first, but if you think about it, BlackBerry may seem to be refering to keeping itself relevant despite changes in its organization. A potential Lenovo-BlackBerry agreement could be a win-win for both companies, as the Chinese electronics company wants to break into the North American market, while the other would benefit from fresh hardware and a vast Chinese market. Lenovo may also be able to reach out to former BlackBerry consumers to reconsider their gadget choices. Details about the BlackBerry bid remains sparse as of this moment, as spokespersons from both BB and Lenovo are tight-lipped. Source: Wall Street Journal Read More



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