Can turn into notebook, projector or 3D camera
There were plenty of notebooks and tablets at CES 2016 show but Lenovo's 12-inch ThinkPad X1 Tablet certainly caught our attention on the showfloor, promising to bring a business class tablet that can pretty much turn into three other devices with couple of add-on modules.
Moto will go on
Lenovo has decided that it will stop using the Motorola name for its phones in 2016 killing off the venerable brand name.
Nothing to be sheepish about
The Chinese maker of the Thinkpad, Lenovo has refreshed its new T450 range and is finally giving it all the RAM that its users can eat.
Third quarter figures not bad
Despite the fact that the future of smartphone shipments looks bleak, the third quarter shaped up to be rather good.
15.5 Percent up on last year
Smartphone sales soared 15.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 compared to this time last year.
Expect prices to drop
Word on the street is that there will be a price war in the gaming notebook market next year as the big names slug it out over what is expected to be a lucrative market.
ThinkPad P40 Yoga
Lenovo has released its new ThinkPad P40 Yoga which it claims has a "first-classdigital sketching experience" with high mobile workstation performance and reliability.
Lenovo's Y-Series Razer Edition gaming desktops
Unveiled ahead of the DreamHack Winter 2015 show, Lenovo has partnered up with Razer in order to "revolutionize gaming devices", by unveiling the latest Lenovo Y-Series Razer Ediion gaming desktop prototype.
... and Motorola
Lenovo is cutting out its Vibe brand of middle-to-high-end phones.
Review: Heavy Cyanogen artillery
Lenovo’s smartphone strategy can be baffling at times. The Chinese giant acquired Motorola Mobility almost two years ago, and now it seems it will merge its own mobile division with Motorola’s. Lenovo brand phones aren’t even marketed in many big markets, namely Europe and North America.