The concept of smart/digital photo frames aren’t new, but earlier this year at CES 2020, Lenovo took the wraps off their Smart Frame. This particular digital photo frame is admittedly one of the more stylish models we’ve seen to date, and based on the photos, could easily pass off as being an actual photo frame.
Lenovo just announced the Legion 7 (above image) and Legion 5i gaming laptops, both equipped with Intel’s 10th Gen H-Series CPU as the main, but not the only, CPU option. You can guess which is more powerful based on name, and it’s a significant update for Lenovo, so let’s take a closer look.
There are laptops designed for work and laptops designed for entertainment, but if you’re in the market for a laptop belonging in the former category, then you should be pretty chuffed to learn that Lenovo has actually taken the wraps off a bunch of new ThinkPad laptops that have been designed for the workspace.
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The Yoga C940 is Lenovo’s flagship consumer laptop in the thin & light category. Designed to handle any multimedia and even Creative workloads, it features the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors and is configurable for battery longevity or top-notch display quality, depending on one’s needs.
If you’re looking for a new laptop, most of the laptops you find in the market today are powered by Intel’s processors. However, if you want an AMD variant, you’re in luck because Lenovo has announced their new Yoga Slim 7 laptops that will be offered in either Intel or AMD configurations.
We get that there are a lot of car and motorbike enthusiasts out there, and if you fall into the latter camp, then you might be interested in checking out Lenovo’s latest laptop offering in the form of the Lenovo Ducati 5, which as the name seems to imply, is being aimed at motorcycle enthusiasts.
After launching the world’s first foldable laptop ready for production, Lenovo is back at it with a new laptop category: the dual LCD/E-Ink display laptop.
Lenovo’s Foldable ThinkPad now has an official product name and release date, it’s the ThinkPad X1 Fold. Lenovo says that it will hit the market in “mid-2020” for $2499+, depending on the configuration.
At Computex last year, we first had our hands on a prototype laptop called “Project Limitless,” which was capable of connecting to all 5G protocols (sub-6, mmWave), an unprecedented feat in a world where laptops are just transiting to WiFi-6 now.
Gaming products typically receive a pretty bad reputation for being unnecessarily expensive. If you’re looking to get your hands on a gaming keyboard, some of the options in the market today have them priced at $100 if not more, but if you’d rather not spend so much, you could be in luck.
These days we’re seeing an increase in the adoption of curved displays. If you believe that gaming or watching movies feels more immersive on a curved monitor, then you might want to check out Lenovo’s latest display offering which comes in the form of the Lenovo G32qc Gaming Monitor.
The Lenovo Legion laptops have made steady progress in the past few years, and the Legion Y740S is the pinnacle of that series, especially when it comes to design and build quality.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 Yoga are two heavy-hitters that dominate the ThinkPad family, and their update usually gets the attention of the PC industry.
If you’re a creator that needs to do work on the go, Lenovo has announced a couple of new laptops that might be worth checking out. This comes in the form of the Lenovo IdeaPad Creator 5 and Yoga Creator 7 laptops, both of which have been designed with creators in mind, such as artists, designers, and writers.