Lenovo announced, in partnership with Google, the Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream, the world’s first standalone Daydream VR headset – Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream,
Lenovo launched what is arguably now one of the largest range of laptops, desktops, tablets and peripherals at CES 2018.
Lenovo, in addition to operating in its own name as a supplier of computing products, is also the owner of mobile phone maker Motorola. It
With the school holidays nearing the end, it’s time to think about what to do about the sproglets and their technology needs. What should you buy? We’ll tell you that, and then some, covering where you can even score free software from.
Like the idea of a tablet but aren’t sure if a full-on touch friendly machine will handle your regular workload? Lenovo’s 2016 slate could have your name on it, bringing a dose of modular design for tablet expandability.
Dell’s Alienware brand may well dominate the gaming sector, but the other players out there are trying to get in, too. Lenovo seems keen for a proper piece of the pie, and after producing its own gaming machines, it is teaming up with one of the heavy hitters of the gaming world next year.
While it may not have the might of Ashton Kutcher behind its marketing anymore, the muscle in Lenovo’s research and development arm is still churning out some winners, and this year is improving the Yoga laptop and tablet concept for size and spec.
As phablets start to erode the usefulness of the tablet, you might be wondering just what to use a 10 inch tablet with. For Lenovo, the answer is clear: entertainment.
It’s the big day for Microsoft, and after almost a year of testing, the replacement for Windows 8 has arrived. We say “good riddance”, but is your computer really ready to make the move?
School’s been in session in Australia for a few months now, and we’ve already given our suggestions for student laptops, but in case you’ve held out to find something else, Lenovo has a few more ready to show off.
If you own a Lenovo tablet, you might just also have a digital notepad, thanks to some new software the company is rolling out for free.
Lenovo has been busy at CES, showing just what Australians can look forward to, as well as some we might not ever get to put our mitts on.
Sick of the same old slate? Lenovo is too, and it’s joined up with Ashton Kutcher, working with him to create better tablets for people tired of the basic mobile computer we’re all being told to buy.
If tablets are to replace laptops and desktops, they’ll need to have the form-factor that make them usable in most situations, and that’s where Lenovo hopes its latest ThinkPad has the guts to compete with other tablets out there.
Motorola may have pulled out of Australia for the past year or so, but the company is back, bringing smartphones out that are all about working cleanly without any of the gimmicks other vendors are focusing on.