In the past few years, dedicated Gaming phones have risen as a category as more and more people use their phones as a primary, or frequent, gaming system. The new Lenovo Legion Phone Duel (called Legion Pro in China) aims to up the ante in that market.
One of the advantages of buying into the Apple ecosystem is that the company tightly integrates its products with one another. Take for example, with macOS and an iPad, users will be able to use a feature called Sidecar that allows the iPad to double as an external secondary display which can come in handy for various situations.
Lenovo Yoga C740 15-inch ReviewEditor's Pick
The Lenovo Yoga C740 is a great 15.6-inch laptop that is designed as a versatile computer with an excellent value for the price (8.8/10)
Lenovo Flex 5G Laptop Landing Worldwide This WeekEditor's Pick
Lenovo was the first PC OEM to demonstrate a 5G laptop at COMPUTEX 2019 with its Project Limitless 5G technology demonstration with Qualcomm, then announced this product at CES 2020 as Yoga 5G. Now that 5G networks are deployed worldwide, it is time for a full-on product to appear under the Lenovo Flex 5G name.
When you think of laptops with detachable keyboards, you might be thinking of Microsoft’s Surface series of laptop-tablet hybrids. Now it looks like Lenovo wants in on the action as well as the company has unveiled their first ever Yoga device that comes with a detachable keyboard in the form of the Yog Duet 7i.
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.
Lenovo Yoga C940 ReviewEditor's Pick
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.