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Dual screen Lenovo gets Japan launch

Dual screen Lenovo gets Japan launch

The world famous duel screened laptop from Lenovo the ThinkPad W700ds is getting its launch in Japan, which is a remarkable feat considering that only a few months ago it was being spoken of as being a fraud, but here it is in real life being handed around at the launch.

 

 

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Review of the IdeaPad from Lenovo

Review of the IdeaPad from Lenovo

The IdeaPad Y650 is a sixteen inch laptop from Lenovo, which is supposed to be one of the lightest and thinnest notebooks on the market in this sector. With a high spec this computer can compete with the best of them and win. There are three versions all of which can be customised if bought from new.

 

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Lenovo to show Y650 at CES

Lenovo to show Y650 at CES

It may be the largest technology show on earth, but for Lenovo they are using the show to introduce their new range of slim lime note books of which there will be a fourteen Y450, fifteen Y550 and sixteen Y650 inch screen size laptops.

 

 

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ThinkPad gets an extra screen

ThinkPad gets an extra screen

The Thinkpad w700 is nothing new, but what is new is the announcement recently that stated that inside the monitor is another mini monitor, yes that is right this laptop comes with a secondary display that measures 10.6 inches. However, one thing that they did not mention was the price!

 

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Lenovo Thinkpad T400 Review and Specs

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The Lenovo Thinkpad is one of those laptops that really bridges the spectrum when it comes to cost and specs. The Thinkpad T400 is right in the middle of it all with a modest internal setup that’s great for business or heavier home computing, which should be expected for around $1,400 to $1,600.

Right off the bat, the T400 offers one huge perk in switchable graphics, which means this machine can speed up your day to day computing and save battery life on the go with it’s lower power Intel GMA graphics set. But you won’t sacrifice higehr end video and graphic

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Netbook Reviews – cNet looks at netbooks

I’m thinking about giving my mother-in-law a new Netbook for Christmas, so I thought I’d take a look at what they have to offer. I was pleased to find the following videos on cNet. They helped me know a little more about the netbooks and which one to go with.

cNet on the HP Mini 1000:

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Lenovo adds text message security service

In the battle against laptop thieves, Lenovo is giving users a new weapon. The popular ThinkPad manufacturer will start engineering a new SMS, or text message, security system into their laptops. The service will allow users to remotely disable their computers by sending a text message it it.

Each device will be able to link to ten cell phones, so expect larger companies to start integrating the service into their laptop fleets. To use the service, you will need a cellular data card and a working data service provider. But, the added security might well be worth the extra cos

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Lenovo Thinkpad SL400 Review and Specs

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The counter-intuitive little brother to the Lenovo Thinkpad SL300, the Thinkpad SL400 offers some solid specs, but it might not be worth the trouble required to bring this $600 laptop up to snuff, and up to price, at slightly above $1000.

Because the Thinkpad has become pretty standard across the board, you still get the Intel Core 2 Duo processor running at 2.26 GHz, and the non-too shabby NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS graphics setup for lighter, old-school gaming. But, what you don’t

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Lenovo ThinkPad SL300 Review and Specs

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When it comes to business machines, there are a few key specs you have too take a look at. First, can a notebook run everything you need it to, can it do it fast? Well, with Lenovo’s ThinkPad SL300, the first answer is an emphatic yes. With the SL300, the 13-inch version of the SL400, you get a Intel Core Duo 2 running at 2.26 GHz, enough power to get you through presentations and even some high-end editing. Plus the 4,500 rpm hard drive will allow you fast access to al those business files. So,

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Lenovo IdeaPad U330 Review and Specs

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Lenovo’s latest update on its U series IdeaPads is another addition to a line of notebooks that is advanced beyond everyday computing. The slightly heavy, at 4.4 lbs., IdeaPad U330 offers a number of Lenovo staples like facial recognition and touch sensitive controls. Taking a cue from Apple, the Ideapad builds on a number of feature popular with Mac users and combines them with some high-end specs that are sure to please the average business or pleasure laptop user.

With a $1,199 pr

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