Posts Tagged ‘ThinkPad’
Lenovo offers 5GB of free Cloud storage when a Lenovo notebook or tablet is purchased.
The company announced that it joined forces with SugarSync, so as to offer integrated Cloud storage service to consumers purchasing a new Lenovo ThinkPad/ IdeaPad notebooks and Android tablets worldwide outside of China, starting April, this year.
Yesterday, Qualcomm announced its fifth generation Gobi embedded data connectivity reference platform for mobile devices, including thin form factor notebooks, tablets and convertibles.
The technology is based on Qualcomm’s Gobi 4G LTE wireless baseband modems, (MDM9615 and MDM9215), and delivers fast LTE connectivity on FDD and TDD networks worldwide, with backwards compatibility to HSPA+ and EV-DO networks.
Today, Lenovo announced its ThinkPad X130e notebook, or as posted on Lenovo’s facebook page (ten hours ago) – “the last new Lenovo product of 2011”.
Lenovo just published officially (before a few hours) the press release for its new 11.6-inch ruggedized mini notebook, offered with choices of the latest Intel or AMD processors.
The ThinkPad X130e is aimed for students and kids, with its reinforced and extra durable top cover, keyboard and hinges. The machine is offered – customizable, with options including asset tags, BIOS modifications, custom imaging and a broad selection of custom colors.
HP and Dell will switch to Windows 8-based tablets.
Hewlett-Packard, Dell and some other PC vendors are reportedly planning to venture into the development of Microsoft’s Windows 8-based tablets with the new models likely to be launched in the third quarter of next year.
The low priced Amazon Kindle Fire has not only triggered a price war among Android-based tablet PC vendors, but has also pushed the vendors to alternative platforms in order to avoid fierce competition. Motorola Mobility is marketing a low-priced version of its Xoom tablet through Best Buy on October 16.
A few hours ago, Lenovo uploaded two new official videos of Lenovo ThinkPad Android tablet.
The Lenovo ThinkPad (introduced in late July this year) is running Android 3.1 Honeycomb, powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core mobile processor. The tablet supports Adobe Flash Player, console-quality gaming and has a low power consumption. Its 10.1-inch WXGA (1280×800) IPS display (178-degree viewing angle) is protected by a scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. The device weighs approximately 1.65 lbs and its battery life is about 8 hours.
Today, Lenovo (Tokyo-based) presented its new 11.6-inch ThinkPad X121e notebook for the Japanese market.
Powered by second-generation Intel Core i-Series or AMD’s Fusion APU (Accelerated Processing Unit), the X121e can work on a single charge up to 8.2 hours (with 6-cell Li-Ion battery installed). ThinkPad X121e has full-size drip-proof isolation keyboard and comes with the TrackPoint, which improves usability.
Lenovo announced ThinkPad X1, X220, X220i, T420s and T420i for the Japanese market.
All products are equipped with the WiMAX module, 4GB of RAM and Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7, which optimizes the performance of a PC with Windows 7. Also, the laptops are equipped with Lenovo RapidBoot Technology (enabling faster shutdown/boot times), Power Manager (reducing power consumption) and “Peak Shift”, which automatically avoid use of electricity during peak power consumption hours.