Lenovo is busy launching new professional products this week, and the ThinkPad P1 is the laptop that we like the most.
The ThinkPad P73 17.3” workstation laptop is probably the most powerful mobile computer that Lenovo has to offer today, as it comes with the latest from Intel and NVIDIA and as the title suggests, a maximum of 128GB of RAM and 6TB of SSD storage.
Lenovo Foldable ThinkPad: First ImpressionsEditor's Pick
Lenovo is holding its corporate Lenovo Accelerate event today and revealed a preview of the first foldable PC, a 13.3” foldable OLED design that resembles a notepad when closed.
Lenovo just announced the new ThinkPad T495, T495s, and X395 business laptops, which run on AMD’s second-generation Ryzen processors.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga has always shadowed the X1 Carbon, sharing a lot of the same hardware, but in 2019 the two computers drift a little bit more apart thanks to the X1 Yoga’s new CNC-aluminum chassis.
Lenovo is updating its ThinkPad L-Series with two L390 laptops, one being the ThinkPad L390 and the other the ThinkPad L390 Yoga. Both laptops are designed to pass some Mil-Specs (military specifications) tests and are aimed at business users, including those who work “in the field,” thanks to the rear-facing camera.
Lenovo ThinkPad L380 Yoga ReviewEditor's Pick
Bottom-line: The L380 Yoga brings beloved ThinkPad features to the sub-$1000 price range. It is Compact and Robust, Cost-effective and has Plenty of ports
Today is the 25th Anniversary of the iconic ThinkPad laptop, launched as the ThinkPad 700c on October 5th, 1992 by IBM. ThinkPad became a brand of the Lenovo portfolio when the China-headquartered company acquired IBM’s personal computer division in 2005. To celebrate the 25th birthday of its commercial laptops brand, Lenovo organized an event at the Yamato Labs in Japan, where the 700c was born and unveiled the ThinkPad Anniversary […]
[CES 2016] It is that time of the year again, where new devices are being announced left, right and center. Lenovo has taken the opportunity to deliver something different other than the usual slew of notebooks and Ultrabooks, where this latest release will be known as the Lenovo ThinkPad Charging Station. Judging by its name, you can tell that this is no ordinary device, as you can bid adieu to […]
If you are familiar with laptops from the ’90s then you would probably recognize the original black and boxy ThinkPads from IBM. They were quite popular back then and the design itself is still held in high esteem by folks who are interested in laptop design. Lenovo is mulling over actually building a retro ThinkPad once again but it won’t do that unless you say so.
Many users tend to prioritize their laptops to be both slim and light. This is understandable as laptops are meant to be portable, so safe to say that no one really relishes the idea of slinging around a heavy device all day. However sometimes heavier devices also means that they are more rugged, and if you are after something like that, Lenovo’s recently announced ThinkPad L450 might be of interest […]
Depending on your needs, there are some business users who just need a laptop to type up documents, send emails, and surf the web. Nothing too fancy, which also means that the laptops that these users tend to look for are simple in nature and at the same time are affordably priced.
It seems as though the folks over at Lenovo are pretty hot on further expanding their range of hybrid ThinkPad Yoga devices, and these upcoming 2-in-1 notebooks with most probably arrive with larger displays to check out. Of course, until something official is announced, nothing concrete can be promised, other than making one’s very own conclusion from a bunch of names that have been listed on a Lenovo support page.
Windows Tablets have many advantages in the enterprise and SMB space because there is a lot of legacy software that require working on Windows and so many accessories and peripheral that only have Windows drivers. It’s particularly true for custom made applications that are often built by a small group of expert who don’t have the manpower (or the market) to port it to other OSes. Additionally, the integration with […]