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Lenovo has pulled the wraps off a new mobile professional workstation: the ThinkPad P52. The laptop is Lenovo’s very first VR-Ready Certified mobile workstation that is available in a relatively compact 15-inch chassis. Depending on your computing needs, you can select from either 8th generation Intel Xeon or Core i7 hexa-core processors, which can support up to 128GB of DDR4 memory (ECC modules up to 16GB, non-ECC modules up to 32GB). Storage won’t be a concern for those that choose to fully max out SSD and HDD options, as the ThinkPad P52 internally supports up to 6GB. On the... Read more...
Has Lenovo been trolling us all for the past month? Over the past few weeks Lenovo has peppered the internet with sketches and renders of the Lenovo Z5 that showed a "true" bezel-less design. In fact, Lenovo VP Chang Cheng promised a 95 percent screen-to-body ratio, which would far surpass anything else on the market. The actual end result is a bit more disappointing. Not only is the screen-to-body ratio lower at 90 percent, but the smartphone has both a display notch at the top and a chin at the bottom. Is Lenovo now dabbling in alternative facts? What we thought was going to be... Read more...
Lenovo sure did talk a big game when with regards to its upcoming Z5 flagship smartphone. The company billed the smartphone as being a true bezel-less design, and the concept sketch for the smartphone confirmed those statements. Previously released renders of the smartphone that have also highlighted ultra-tiny bezels. However, we're now learning why Lenovo has been strategic in the renders/photos that it has shown of the smartphone. The latest leaked image of the Lenovo Z5 reveals that the smartphone has a prominent "chin" at the bottom. In that sense, the Lenovo Z5 is similar... Read more...
We already know that Lenovo has a tasty new Android flagship on the way called the Lenovo Z5. However, we're learning this week that the bezel-less smartphone will make its official debut on June 5th. The official unveil, which will take place in China, was announced via the Chinese social networking platform Weibo. The headlining feature of the Z5 will no doubt be its display, which Lenovo claims will have an amazing 95 percent screen-to-body ratio. The display will not have an unsightly notch in the top center, as we've seen with the iPhone X and a growing number of Android smartphones.... Read more...
The ThinkPad line of notebooks has a long, storied history, from its beginnings as an IBM product, to Lenovo's continued refinements and improvements, generation over generation. ThinkPads are well known, often sought after products, especially by business-class road warriors, due to their no-nonsense design language, excellent keyboards, and reputation for reliability.  In addition, ThinkPads have had one other thing remain consistent over the years -- a glorious little red nub, called a TrackPoint or pointing stick, that remains faithfully nestled between the G and H keys. For some it's... Read more...
Sprint is offering a deal that folks who are interested in one of the new slick little Qualcomm Snapdragon Always Connected PC Platform devices will really love. The deal allows eligible devices to get free unlimited LTE data for the entirety of 2018. There are three devices that are eligible for the free data offer, including the ASUS NovaGo, HP Envy X2, and the Lenovo Miix 630. All three of those devices are on the aforementioned Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC Platform and employ a Qualcomm X16LTE modem. The 2-in1 machines look very similar to the Microsoft Surface Pro with ultra-portable detachable... Read more...
Lenovo recently unveiled several new budget IdeaPad laptops with prices starting at just $249, but apparently one of the new models is serving as a launchpad of sorts for Intel's 10-nanometer Cannon Lake processors. The 10nm part was spotted in a listing in China for Lenovo's IdeaPad 330-15, a 15.6-inch laptop with a 1366x768 resolution priced at 3,299 yuan, which works out to around $520 in US currency. It feels like we have been waiting ages for Cannon Lake to arrive, though that is exaggerating things a bit. Still, it has not been easy for Intel to streamline its 10nm production process, as... Read more...
A sketch of an alleged Lenovo smartphone called the Z5 has turned up and this sketch shows an Android device that has a screen that covers nearly the entire front and has no notch. The sketch was shared by Lenovo VP Chang Chen via Weibo. A message was offered along with the image that claims this will be Lenovo's newest flagship smartphone. Since this is just a sketch, it would seem to be a concept at this point or at least a very early design, but there is no indication of how far along the Z5 is in development. The trick for designing phones like the Z5 without having to resort to a... Read more...
Lenovo has tossed a slew of new entries onto the laptop market including the IdeaPad 330, IdeaPad 330S, and the IdeaPad 530S. The starter systems in the new line are the IdeaPad 330 machines offered in 14, 15, and 17-inch screen sizes. Among the sizes are different screen and processor configurations with prices that start at $249.99. The line tips the scales at 4.6-pounds for the basic system and features a case made from plastic. A bunch of colors are offered to let you choose what matches your style including platinum grey, onyx black, mint green, midnight blue, blizzard white, and chocolate.... Read more...
We have covered Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Yoga series since its inception, and while the company might only be on its 3rd generation machine, what's under its hood is what might be thought of as four generations of advancement since then. Of course we are speaking of the 8th Gen Intel Core-i5 8250U quad-core mobile processor on board the new Thinkpad X1 Yoga. What makes this chip different from its predecessor, is it has 4 psychical cores now and supports Hyper-Threading, all within the same 15W power envelope. At just 15W the Core i5-8250U doesn't require hefty thermal solution and large... Read more...
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Chris, and Dave discuss Intel's barrage of Coffee Lake CPUs that arrived this week, including Core i9 6-core chips for laptops, Dell's great new XPS 15 2-in-1 with its Intel/AMD hybrid processor, Intel's Hades Canyon Gaming NUC, Lenovo's 6th Gen ThinkPad X1 Carbon, a monster supercomputer from NVIDIA powered by a bunch of Volta GPUs, and details of a new killer AMD Raven Ridge PC gaming rig we’ll be giving away... Show Notes: 03:21 - Intel Unleashes Salvo Of Coffee Lake 8th Gen Core Laptop And Desktop Chips, Core i9 Mobile CPU... Read more...
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon line has been widely regarded as the company's flagship business-class laptop over the past few years. The previous model, which we pored over in deep-dive detail here, brought a new, more compact chassis design with it, along with thinner display bezels and a refresh of Intel's Kaby Lake mobile processor platform. There was a notable caveat or two with the previous-gen ThinkPad X1 Carbon, and it could have been a showstopper, depending on your perspective and use case. Last year's model was only available with a  non-touch, standard IPS display, which could be... Read more...
Lenovo is using this year's Mobile World Congress as a launching point for a range of updated 2-in-1 Windows 10 convertibles. In this case, we're talking about the new Yoga 730 -- which is available in both 13- and 15-inch form-factors -- and the refreshed Flex 14. As you might expect from a mobile PC launching in 2018, the Yoga 730 is powered by 8th generation Intel Core processors (up to Core i7). At the entry-level position, there is the 13-inch model, which supports up to 16GB of DDR4 memory and up to a 512GB PCIe SSD. There is also an Intel Integrated H620 GPU that powers either a Full HD... Read more...
In a letter to customers, Lenovo admitted it has a few loose screws. Or more accurately, the company's ThinkPad X1 Carbon (5th generation) does. Due to this, Lenovo is voluntarily recalling some of these thin and light laptops, as the loose screws could damage the device's battery causing it to overheat, and potentially catch fire. "Lenovo’s investigation and analysis determined that an unfastened, small screw, left in the unit during manufacture, could damage the surface of the lithium ion polymer battery and cause a short, leading to rapid cell discharge of the battery," Lenovo said. "This... Read more...
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