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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2015) brings the improvements

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2015) brings the improvements

Lenovo is back again with another version of its beloved ultra-slim X1 Carbon laptop. This 2015 model is the third-generation among the lineup, and includes a mixture of what users have come to love -- the blade-like tapering, for example -- while tossing some improvements into the mix. The flat trackpad has been updated to include some physical buttons, there's longer battery life, and more. Check out our review of the previous X1 Carbon, then all the details on the new one available after the jump.

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Lenovo ThinkVision X24 Full HD display loses the border

Lenovo ThinkVision X24 Full HD display loses the border

Lenovo has introduced a new display, the ThinkVision X24. This particular monitor features a 23.8-inch IPS panel and boasts Full HD resolution, something complemented by a wide viewing angle of 178-degrees and a variety of the most commonly used ports. The design itself has also received some attention, as well, with the most notable aspects including the near complete lack of a bezel and the use of what Lenovo calls a "unique" pre-coated metal surface tech for improved looks.

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Lenovo ThinkPad L450, E550, E450: performance at value price

Lenovo ThinkPad L450, E550, E450: performance at value price

Lenovo has a ton of laptops here at CES 2015 and a good number of them are geared towards more seasoned, and likely more well-funded, professionals. However, the PC maker definitely hasn't forgotten that class of professionals who don't want to break into a bank just to get their hands on a quality laptop. For these people, Lenovo has outed the eco-friendly ThinkPad L450, the business-minded ThinkPad E550, and its smaller sibling the ThinkPad E450, three notebooks that aim to deliver professional-level performance without the high price tag.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Stack hands-on

Lenovo ThinkPad Stack hands-on

It would appear that Lenovo is aiming to change the way they present accessories with the ThinkPad Stack. A series of interlocking units that are all the same width and length, each of the first four ThinkPad Stack devices are all made to make your notebook and/or tablet more powerful. The Lenovo ThinkPad Stack's first collection of devices includes a Bluetooth Speaker, a Power Bank, a wireless Access Point, and a 1TB USB 3.0 HDD. Each will be available individually and each will interlock with the other.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X250: a small powerhouse laptop

Lenovo ThinkPad X250: a small powerhouse laptop

Lenovo makes sure those who need durable laptops have options available regardless of whether they need a big hulking device or a smaller one with a more portable display size. The ThinkPad X240 we reviewed in recent times is one example, and following in its footsteps is the similar ThinkPad X250, a relatively small laptop that doesn't compromise on battery life, durability, or power. All the ThinkPad trimmings are present -- the distinctly Lenovo keyboard, the dark design -- and joining it are some upgrades like the latest Intel processors.

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Lenovo Y50 Touch Review

Lenovo Y50 Touch Review

Lenovo is leaving no stone unturned. Want a slim and sleek convertible laptop? They've got you covered. Want a tablet with a built-in projector? They've got that, too. Want a gaming machine boasting a combination of raw power and edgy design? Enter the Lenovo Y50 Touch, a beast of a laptop with a design that lets you know what it's all about before you even fire it up. The Y50 Touch boasts superior hardware from all angles: there's JBL speakers, fourth-gen Intel processors, NVIDIA graphics, a Full HD display, and more. Does the laptop hold up under scrutiny, however, or is it ultimately all flashy designs and big claims? Read our full SlashGear review to find out!

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Lenovo’s Dropcam rival just passed through the FCC

Lenovo’s Dropcam rival just passed through the FCC

Lenovo is set to jump into the connected home market, as a new home security camera dubbed the ‘Cloud Camera’ has been spotted making the FCC rounds. The device, which pretty plainly copies some of the Dropcam aesthetic appeal, comes suspiciously ahead of CES, where Lenovo typically unveils a myriad of new products. Though we are used to seeing the monitors and tablets peppered amongst their smartphone and laptop computer offerings, this marks a first for the company. Though light on details, the FCC has given up enough to make this one intriguing.

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Samsung sales nosedive as Xiaomi, Apple enjoy growth

Samsung sales nosedive as Xiaomi, Apple enjoy growth

Each year, smartphone sales grow. Overall, the market is doing really well, and 2014 is no different. Gartner has released their Q3 2014 smartphone sales numbers, and the overall growth is impressive. Versus this time last year, manufacturers around the globe have shipped upwards of 50 million more smartphones, which represents a 20% hike in overall movement. Gartner says they expect overall sales to hit 1.2 billion by the end of the year, too. Everyone should be enjoying the spoils, yet Samsung is probably wringing their hands.

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Lenovo recalls power cables over fire risk

Lenovo recalls power cables over fire risk

Lenovo has recalled power cords in the United States and Canada over an issue that could potentially cause a fire or risk of burns. About 500,000 of the cables are located in the US, while the remaining 44,000 are located in Canada, and all of them were made between February and December 2011. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 15 incidents have been reported outside of the United States, but there have been no reports from within Canada or the US.

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Lenovo “mobile device shipments” to beat Samsung in 2015

Lenovo “mobile device shipments” to beat Samsung in 2015

There's a report out today that suggests Lenovo is about to overtake Samsung in mobile device shipments, and that they'll do so inside of the year 2015. This report comes from Digitimes, citing their own "Digitimes Research", and suggests that "Lenovo is estimated to beat Samsung Electronics in mobile computing device shipments... by about one million units in 2014 and become the second-largest mobile computing device brand vendor worldwide, only behind Apple." The only problem with calling this race is in the term "mobile device" - mostly because to them, this only means notebooks and tablets, not smartphones.

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