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Lenovo Group Limited, commonly known as Lenovo, is a Chinese consumer electronics company that is based in Morrisville, North Carolina. The company was founded in 1984 in Beijing, China by Chinese businessman Liu Chuanzhi, and was eventually incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988 under its former name, Legend. Lenovo became a publicly traded company after listing in Hong Kong in 1994. The name Lenovo, which is a shortened portmanteau of the words Legend and the Latin word "novo" (meaning: new) was officially used in 2003 when the company announced its plans to develop outside China. Lenovo's products include personal computers, notebooks, tablets, AIOs, mobile phones, servers, storage devices, workstations, and more. Lenovo is one of the world's largest PC vendors.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 leaked, to go up against MacBook Air

04/24/2011, Hate them or loathe them, you have to hand it over to the good people at Cupertino for coming up with a really fantastic design where their device is concerned – and we’re talking about the MacBook Air here. The latest generation MacBook Air...

Lenovo ThinkPad tablet leaked, packs a gajillion ports

04/24/2011, Lenovo’s joining the tablet wars! The folks at ThisIsMyNext just leaked Lenovo’s 10.1-inch screen ThinkPad Tablet. Details on the tablet are anything but scant: Android 3.0 Honeycomb, dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 1280×800 capacitative IPS...

Lenovo to enter smart TV segment?

04/15/2011, Lenovo, the company that’s been known for making computers, tablets and phones might be expanding their business to encompass the one of the hottest living room devices now – smart TVs. According to the latest reports from DigiTimes, Lenovo has...

Lenovo denies plans for 23″ tablet

04/14/2011, There won’t be a 23″ tablet coming from Lenovo this year. According to the latest reports online, the Chinese OEM has denied the existence or plans to introduce a tablet later this year. The folks over at ZDnet gave the company a call to ask...

Lenovo to release 23″ home tablet this year?

04/12/2011, The folks over at TechRadar seem to have gotten an exclusive scoop from Lenovo concerning the future of their tablets. William Cai, senior specialist in marketing at Lenovo, mentioned that a home tablet could be arriving this year. And in this case, home...

Lenovo Classmate+ PC announced

03/14/2011, Lenovo has just announced its Classmate+ PC, where this purpose-built notebook was specially designed to improve the learning experience for students who are in grades K-8. Meant to deliver an affordable, child-friendly complete hardware and software...

Lenovo ThinkPad X220 specs posted online

03/07/2011, Lenovo has put forward the ThinkPad X220′s specifications online for all and sundry to check out – that is, if you’re willing to purchase a new laptop, of course. The PDF file that details a new ThinkPad X220 model mentions a 12.5″...

Lenovo T420: up to 30hrs of battery life

02/22/2011, Lenovo has announced the T420 laptop earlier tonight and while it looks like a regular Lenovo from the outside, the T420 has a unique combination of lightness (<4lbs) and battery life. According to Lenovo, it can hold for up to 30hrs with a secondary...

Lenovo to reveal LePad PC range in Q1 this year

02/17/2011, Lenovo will apparently roll out their LePad PCs in the first quarter of the year, and the rest of the world will follow suit from June onwards. According to company COO Rory Read, he thinks that tablet PCs will account for 10% to 15% of the global...

Lenovo ThinkPad X120e to ship on March 8th

02/14/2011, We have word that the new business class ultraportable laptop known as the Lenovo ThinkPad X120e will be shipping this coming March 8th instead of tomorrow, so you will have to wait for three more weeks or so before getting your hands on a device that has...

New slim notebooks to challenge the MacBook Air arriving soon

02/14/2011, Apple’s MacBook Air is enjoying the slim notebook scene at the moment, with its main competitor the Dell Adamo being axed. That being said, the MacBook Air might be facing some stiff competition soon as reports are in that Acer, Asus and Lenovo are all...