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Lenovo IdeaCentre Q150 is tiny

Posted in Lenovo by Shane McGlaun on May 11th, 2010

I have mentioned before that I want a HTPC computer in the living room, but I don’t have the space for it in the entertainment center. Lenovo has a new HTPC machine that I am sure I could find room for called the IdeaCentre Q150.

The tiny little PC measures only 0.82″ wide and 6.7″ tall. Despite the small stature of the machine, it can be fitted with NVIDIA Ion graphics and HDMI out for 1080p video on the big screen in the living room.

HTC walks away from Palm purchase but Lenovo steps up

Posted in Lenovo,Palm by Shane McGlaun on April 23rd, 2010

Palm has been on the ropes as the popularity of its Pre and Pixi WebOS smartphones has proven to be poor. The company is selling significantly less of the devices that it and analysts predicted.

Palm has stated that it is willing to entertain purchase offers and the first to step up was HTC. HTC is a rival smartphone maker and after the company eyed Palm’s books, it opted to walk away. Another suitor has stepped into the ring now.

Lenovo delays launch of Skylight to better compete against iPad

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2010

According to Digitimes, Lenovo has delayed the launch of its Skylight smartbook from April to July in order to improve the device’s working performance and is targeting iPad as the device’s competitor. This is because Skylight uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor with a Linux-based operating system and is mainly for online activities.

But since it doesn’t function as smoothly as the iPad and doesn’t have as many functions, Lenovo has decided to postpone the launch in order to improve it.

Lenovo C200 All-In-One PC

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2010

The Lenovo C200 all-in-one was shown off at CeBIT awhile back, but now it’s official, with an 18.6-inch 16:9 display with a dual-core Atom D510 processor and optional next-generation Nvidia Ion graphics. The C200 is one of the first products featuring the HD-capable next-generation Ion.

The starting price is $399. That’s will get you a 1.6GHz Atom D410, 160GB of storage, no touchscreen, and Intel’s lesser integrated graphics. The upgrade options are: up to that dual core Atom D510, a touchscreen (no multitouch), 4GB DDR2 RAM, and a 500GB HDD.

Lenovo L2461x Wide: Full HD Multitouch Monitor

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2010

Lenovo has unveiled three new monitors, but the L2461x Wide is the one that has our attention. It features a 23.6-inch (1920×1080) display with capacitive multitouch, a 2MP camera, a USB 2.0 hub with four ports, and full HD support from a white LED backlit panel.

There’s also a 170-degree horizontal viewing angle and it’s Energy Star 5.0 certified, so it won’t kill your electric bill. The other new models are the 23-inch L2361p Wide, which also has full HD support with no multitouch or a camera better than 0.3MPs. The L2261 is a 21.5-inch display with no multitouch or webcam.

Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y460 now on sale

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on March 4th, 2010

The IdeaPad Y460 is available for order at Lenovo’s webstore. The base unit starts at $999 and includes a 2.13GHz Core i3-330M CPU, Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 14-inch LED-backlit display (1,366 x 768), a 320GB hard drive, 6-cell battery and a dual-layer DVD writer.

The $1,199 model is the one that you will want though, with a 2.4GHz Core i5-520M, ATI’s Mobility Radeon HD 5650 (1GB) GPU and a 500GB HDD. Both models should ship within a few weeks.

Lenovo ThinkPad X201 details leaked

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2010

More details on the Lenovo ThinkPad X201 line have leaked out. The 12″ ultraportable device has some major changes made within and some subtle changes outside. The standard model features a dual-core 2.66GHz Core i7 processor. The slimline X201 will have the low-voltage 2.13GHz i7 as its best option.

Both models will come with a 2-megapixel webcam, your choice of a trackpad and a docking station as well. We don’t know when the new ThinkPad will make its appearance, but stay tuned. We should know more soon.

Lenovo AMD-based G455 and G555 set to arrive in the states

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2010

Today Lenovo announced the forthcoming availability of two new additions to its G series. We don’t have full specs yet, but the G455 and G555 boast 14 and 15 inch screens with 16:9 screen ratios and both probably feature 1366 x 768 resolution.

Both will have your choice of Athlon II and dual-core Turion II processors, with ATI Radeon HD Mobility graphics. Both will be available in March for the budget price of $449. Lenovo is hoping that you buy these instead of a netbook due to screen size.

Lenovo C315 All-In-One with Touchscreen, $650

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2010

Lenovo has unveiled their C315 touchscreen all-in-one desktop, for those who like things more hands-on. For $650 you can own this 20-inch touchscreen AIO PC. And while we don’t have full specs for this guy yet, we know that the C315 has an AMD Althon CPU, 4GB of memory, and ATI Mobility Radeon graphics.

You’ll also get Lenovo’s suite of multimedia apps including PowerCinema and AutoCollage. Windows 7 is running the show. Look for this one to be available in the US this April.

Lenovo ThinkStation E20 debuts

Posted in Lenovo by Shane McGlaun on February 10th, 2010

Lenovo is known for making a full range of computers for consumers and business users globally. The company has a full line of notebooks, netbooks, and desktop computers. Lenovo has unveiled its latest workstation desktop PC aimed at professional users called the E20.

The new desktop is made from 50% recycled materials and meets Energy Star 5.0 and GREENGUARD requirements. Pricing for the line starts at under $600 and there are gobs of options that can be added. Processors choices include Intel Core i3, Core i5, Pentium, and Xeon 3400 processors.

Lenovo Tianji EB-605 e-Book Reader

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2010

The rumors of a Lenovo eBook reader have been circulating for awhile now, and now we have word that it will be called the Lenovo Tianji EB-605. It’s not confirmed yet officially, but it’s a 6-inch device that should cost under $300.

See that SIM card icon at the top of the display? That probably means that it supports 3G. Some other features are a 400MHz Samsung ARM CPU and support for DF, CHM, EPUB, TXT, HTM, HTML, RTF, PDF, DJVU, MOBI, and PRC formats. Hopefully we will know more soon.

Lenovo S10-3t available for pre-order

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2010

The Pine Trail netbooks from Lenovo were outted last month, and now the Lenovo S10-3t 10.1-inch netbook is available for pre-order on Amazon for $499.99. One downside is that it ships with Windows 7 Starter edition, so that means limited software, but you can always upgrade.

The S10-3t netbook features a screen that can be swiveled 180 degrees, which is pretty convenient if you like working at odd angles. It also has a NaturalTouch Panel. Is this the netbook for you?

Lenovo offers cheap ThinkCentre A63 for small businesses

Posted in Lenovo by Shane McGlaun on January 15th, 2010

Computers that are aimed at businesses are typically pretty boring. The business manager in charge of buying computers typically wants two things — machines that work and machines that are dirt cheap. Typically, that means plain machines missing features that consumers take for granted in the name of low cost.

Lenovo has unveiled a new desktop computer aimed at small businesses that forgoes the latest and greatest tech in an effort to be cheap. The machine can be had with AMD Sempron, Athlon II, or Phenom II Processors. It can be fitted with 1TB of storage and uses 1333MHz RAM.

Lenovo Lephone looks Lesexy

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2010

Lenovo announced the Lephone at CES 2010 last week and just look at that sexy curvy layout. Ergonomically, we’ll see if it works well, but we have a feeling it will be just fine. The high-polish chrome finish and angles certainly make it stand out from the crowd, which is a real achievement.

Some specs include a 3.7-inch 480 x 800 touchscreen with a touch-control panel underneath, a WCDMA radio, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, along with two cameras: a 3MP shooter on the back and a VGA in front for video calls.

Lenovo Skylight, the first ARM-based Snapdragon Smartbook

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

The Skylight is Lenovo’s first ARM-based Snapdragon Smartbook. Qualcomm is providing its 1GHz Snapdragon chipset. It features a 10.1″ screen and will weigh less than two pounds. Lenovo says that it gets 10 hours-plus of active battery life as well.

Skylight will be paired with AT&T for 3G, along with its own built-in Wi-Fi. Some other features include a full keyboard and a custom interface that uses “web gadgets” for direct access to popular services like Gmail and Facebook.