Our team has been hard at work at CES and we have the posts and video to show it. If you just want all the good stuff in one place, we have you covered. Here’s a look at what went down at CES 2014 on Sunday.
We met with Lenovo to talk about its latest high-end offering, the Vibe Z, which is the company’s first LTE-enabled device. The device was announced officially last week, but we had the opportunity to check it out hands-on and to learn a bit about its specifics from a Lenovo representative.
Just ahead of CES, Lenovo has now announced two new Android-powered devices: the 19.5-inch N308 Android all-in-one and 28-inch ThinkVision 28 Android-powered smart monitor.
Today Lenovo unveiled its first LTE smartphone, the Vibe Z, a high-end 5.5-incher sporting great specifications and a few features that set it apart from the pack. In addition to the new flagship, Lenovo took the wraps off three more smartphones ranging from 4.7-inch to 6-inch, the S650, S930, and A859.
Earlier this month we learned that Lenovo was readying an Android-powered laptop, and now the device is official. The Lenovo A10 will go on sale ‘soon’ in select markets for the price of $250.
According to a new rumor, Lenovo and HTC have supposedly been meeting since August with the goal of reaching a buyout agreement. Keep reading for more details!
Yesterday Lenovo unveiled its latest smartphone, the Vibe X. Now we have finally had the opportunity to check out the handset in person!
Earlier today we reported on Lenovo’s newly announced Vibe X smartphone. Now it’s time to take a look at the S5000, the Chinese company’s newest budget tablet. Keep reading to learn more!
Lenovo has now announced their latest handset, the Vibe X. While the K900 was known for its Atom processor, the Vibe X has a quad-core MediaTek 6589T CPU, alongside some impressive features such as a 13MP back cam!
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