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Lenovo blames clerical error for reported LaVie Z “defect”

Lenovo blames clerical error for reported LaVie Z “defect”

Lenovo just can't catch a break these days. Just after another reported security flaw in its pre-installed software, the world's largest PC makers is once again the target of criticism over its newly launched LaVie Z 360 laptop/tablet hybrids. Consumer Reports took to the Web to inform the public about Lenovo knowingly shipping a defective product and offering a 5 percent refund in reparation. Lenovo, however, stands firm that there was no defect. Instead, the blame lies solely on an error on what got put up on the LaVie Z 360's product page.

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Five things to know about the Lenovo Yoga 3 11

Five things to know about the Lenovo Yoga 3 11

Lenovo has a new Yoga laptop, the Yoga 3 11 (because it's, you know, an 11-inch model), which we’ve recently detailed in a full review. In case you missed it, we’re back with the most pertinent highlights about the system, the things you’re likely to want to know before you make the plunge — both good and bad. And, make no mistake, there are a lot of things to like about this tiny laptop. Like what, you ask? Read on to find out.

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Lenovo Yoga 3 11 review — lightweight and ultra-flexible

Lenovo Yoga 3 11 review — lightweight and ultra-flexible

Lenovo has another Yoga product in its midst, and this one is targeted at those diehard ultrabook lovers who want every extraneous bit of weight and unencessity shed from their products. The Lenovo Yoga 3 is, as you'll note the first moment you hold it, a bit of ultrabook excellence: it has a simple design, is incredibly lightweight, and feels entirely unobtrusive without being in anyway inconvenient to use. As expected, the laptop also includes the Yoga flexibility, meaning it can be folded all the way over to form a tablet when needed. Sound interesting? Read our full SlashGear Review for all the details!

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Lenovo chided again for vulnerable System Update service

Lenovo chided again for vulnerable System Update service

It has barely been three months since Lenovo was embroiled in controversy over its "Superfish" adware installations yet it seems the world's largest PC maker has taken another PR hit. This time however, it isn't about Lenovo installing malware on its products but about not being a good guardian of its critical software. A couple of vulnerabilities found in Lenovo's System Update service practically leaves any Lenovo PC user open to hackers and infection, using nothing more complicated than a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack, one of the most basic weapons criminals have in their arsenal.

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Lenovo’s ultra-skinny LaVie Z are here to fight Apple’s MacBook

Lenovo’s ultra-skinny LaVie Z are here to fight Apple’s MacBook

Apple may have got its indecently-skinny MacBook to market first, but Lenovo is counting on a one-two punch to give it the edge with its LaVie Z notebooks, freshly on sale. Announced back at CES 2015 in January, the pair of ultrabooks each pack a 13.3-inch multitouch display - the LaVie Z 360 is a convertible, with a 360-degree rotating hinge to twist it into a tablet - and a fifth-gen Intel Core i7 processor, for a hefty nine hour battery life while tipping the scales at as little as 1.87 pounds.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre Chromebox Tiny aimed at schools, enterprise

Lenovo ThinkCentre Chromebox Tiny aimed at schools, enterprise

At a squat 7-inches tall and a slim 1.4-inches wide, the new Lenovo ThinkCentre Chromebox Tiny doesn’t try to take up too much space. It’s also only 2.2 pounds, so mounting it won’t be a problem for those who like a clutter-free environment. To that crowd, Lenovo is making the ThinkCentre Chromebox available for use with their Tiny-in-one 23-inch monitor. Aimed at education and enterprise, the ThinkCentre Chromebox will be made available in June, and starts at $199.

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Lenovo K80 takes on ASUS ZenFone 2 with 4GB RAM, price tag

Lenovo K80 takes on ASUS ZenFone 2 with 4GB RAM, price tag

ASUS may have just launched its 4 GB RAM toting ZenFone 2 in some markets, including India, but looks like it immediately has some competition in China. Lenovo has just unveiled the K80, it's own take on a smartphone that fully utilizes the 64-bit powers of its CPU. But the Lenovo K80 isn't just gunning for the ASUS ZenFone 2 in RAM alone. It is taking it on almost spec by spec, but slightly winning over its rival when it comes to battery size and the price tag.

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Review: Lenovo A740 — a sleek all-in-one desktop PC

Review: Lenovo A740 — a sleek all-in-one desktop PC

Lenovo has a bunch of laptops and tablets, and we’ve been reviewing them over the months as they roll out (check them out in our Lenovo Hub!). The company also has desktops of all varieties, however, and we’ve got our hands on its A740 all-in-one, a large and dense AiO that brings all the perks of a desktop with the compact and integrated convenience of an all-in-one system. It is many things: large, powerful, and beautiful to behold. Is it the right AiO for you, though? Read our full SlashGear Review to find out!

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Review: Lenovo W550s — an ultraportable workstation

Review: Lenovo W550s — an ultraportable workstation

Lenovo has been busy rolling out all manner of flexible, slim, and otherwise noteworthy laptops and tablets, but that doesn't mean it has turned a blind eye to one of its staple offerings: workstations. These laptops are designed for the demanding users among us, those who need a dedicated keypad for cranking out numbers, a large display, and hardware able to render animations or similar tasks. The W550s is no exception, but it comes with a twist: it is ultraportable, at least as far as workstations go, and it is surprisingly thin for all that it offers. Read our full SlashGear review for more!

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Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2015) — better than ever

Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2015) — better than ever

Lenovo has found favor among business users with its ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptops, the latest of which has finally arrived. In many ways the 2015 iteration of the X1 Carbon is the same as the previous generation, bringing with it refinements that improve the overall product rather than any substantial changes to the design itself. It's still the same business-chic ultrabook light enough tote around while traveling but powerful enough to meet demanding needs; it is, however, a little more useable than the last version, the reasons for which we've detailed in this full review.

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