Lenovo LePhone S880

Samsung’s Galaxy Note, the first-ever “phablet”, obviously opened tech users’ appetite for larger and brighter screens, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that everyone is now trying... to come out with their own phone/tablet hybrids.

Lenovo has just outed its first attempt at this market niche in China (where else?), and, while the new gadget does come with a large screen and a...

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In a tech world where pretty much everything has been done at least once, it’s very difficult to truly innovate.

However, while most manufacturers are simply doing their best to... come up with the thinnest gadgets (0.000001 inch slimmer!) or the ones with the crispest screens, Lenovo has unveiled a tablet with at least one truly original feature.

The LePad A2107, the com...

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Lenovo, the second largest PC company in the world, is doing quite well in the smartphone market and is planning to release up to 40 new models during the second half of 2012.  In 2011, the Chinese... company, which bought IBM’s entire PC business in 2005, built and sold six million smartphones. For 2012, the company wants to triple that number to 18 million units. To do this, Lenovo will la...

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While it didn’t make a great impression back in April, when it was officially announced as “coming soon”, the Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 looked like a decent-enough tablet. We thought that... Lenovo’s slate might appeal to people looking for a good balance between power, looks, and affordability.

Lenovo kept us guessing about the gadget’s release date and pricing, but now w...

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Remember the Lenovo K800 smartphone that we spotted back at CES 2012? We told you then that the phone is coming out in the Asian markets in Q2 2012. True enough, one of the first Intel Medfield-powered... smartphones and the first from a big name manufacturer, the Lenovo K800, is now up for pre-order. But only in China. Don’t get mad at us, because we also told you that the device will be released in Asia b...

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Remember when we told you that the Lenovo Thinkpad Android tablet would be getting a taste of Ice Cream too? Well, it’s starting to happen right now in the UK and some areas in Western... Europe. Some members of the Lenovo Community Forum are reporting that ICS has been rolled out to their Thinkpad tablet via an OTA (over the air) update. One member posted that US certification for the...

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When you think Android, your mind probably drifts to mobile phones and tablets. We have seen a few unique applications of the Android platform before, but Google’s OS is slowly becoming... a big part of another mainstream device, the television.

Lenovo first teased the K91 55″ LED TV with Android 4.0 built in, the first of its kind, back in January during CES 2012.  Along th...

Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Tablet

Lenovo hasn’t unveiled or released a tablet for a while now, which is not a very “standard” behavior for the Chinese-based technology company, but the silence is about to be disturbed... pretty soon. The Lenovo IdeaTab S2019 is a mid-range Android-based tablet, and, even though it doesn’t yet have an official release date or price tag next to its name, it should hit the market rat...

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Announced back in January at CES 2012 Las Vegas, the Medfield chip represents Intel’s latest attempt to enter the smartphone processor market, one currently dominated by Qualcomm and Nvidia (both... using ARM architectures for their designs). Although Intel has high hopes that, starting with the second quarter of this year, major manufacturers will choose to implement the Medfield chip in their u...

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What’s good:

A well-rounded tablet for the price. The Lenovo IdeaPad A1 has everything you could need from a slate, including a decent screen, GPS, Bluetooth, and a front and back facing camera.... It’s a fully-functional, ultra-portable, and very affordable tablet.

What’s bad:

The specs leave something to be desired. Almost all of the hardware and software on the tablet is from t...