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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga brings cross-breed performance and Multimode abilities

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga brings cross-breed performance and Multimode abilities

With most-wanted features picked from both the Yoga and ThinkPad device families this season, Lenovo has unveiled the first Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga (bet you didn't see that name coming). This device is made to bring on Windows 8.1 and up to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processors (that's Haswell) along with touchscreen capabilities and the unique abilities of the Yoga with "lift and lock." Here you've also got the "legendary" ThinkPad keyboard with the option for backlighting as well.

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Lenovo Flex 14 and 15 notebooks make multi-mode budget-friendly

Lenovo Flex 14 and 15 notebooks make multi-mode budget-friendly

While the team at Lenovo have made clear that they have no intention of ending their run of high-powered, best-in-class multi-mode touchscreen computers with their Yoga lineup, they've shown that they can keep it simple as well with the budget-friendly Flex 14 and Flex 15 as well. These devices work with a hinge that allows 300-degrees of rotation and two modes of use - laptop and "stand". This lineup has models measuring in at less than 0.87-inches thick and "no more than" 5.07 pounds.

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Lenovo Flex 20 All-in-one aims to replicate Table PC greatness

Lenovo Flex 20 All-in-one aims to replicate Table PC greatness

When we reviewed the larger relative to this Lenovo Flex 20 earlier this year in the company's infamous Horizon Table PC, we found that it was only the basics that were holding us back: it was just too big. Here with the Lenovo Flex 20, it would appear that the team behind that larger beast have created another monster - one that's much more well prepared and reasonable for the real world, with a 19.5-inch HD+ 1600 x 900 pixel resolution display on a multi-mode adjustable built-in back base.

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Lenovo S5000 tablet aims to undercut Nexus 7 with moderate specs

Lenovo S5000 tablet aims to undercut Nexus 7 with moderate specs

While the two devices may look rather similar, that's where the differences begin between the Lenovo S5000 and its already-on-the-market rival Nexus 7 (made by ASUS). You'll want to have a peek at SlashGear's Nexus 7 (2013) review to see the full run-down on what it means to work with this Google-sold tablet, but for now you'll have to have a peek at what Lenovo is bringing to the table later this year in the S5000. Here we've got a tablet with a 7-inch IPS LCD display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and brightness at 350 nits riding above Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and Lenovo's own unique user interface features on top of it all - sound like a solution you'll be looking at this season?

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Lenovo Vibe X smartphone brings 5-inch 1080p top-tier display

Lenovo Vibe X smartphone brings 5-inch 1080p top-tier display

This week the folks at Lenovo have introduced the Vibe X smartphone, a next-generation solution that takes what they introduced with last year's K900 and gives it a full 2013 makeover. This device works with top-tier specifications like a 5-inch "20/20 Vision" IPS LCD display with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution - that's Full HD and a full 441 PPI (pixels per inch). This machine also works with one of the largest front-facing cameras on a smartphone on the market today with a 5-megapixel shooter for selfies and video chat.

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Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro brings on QHD 13-inch display and Voice Control

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro brings on QHD 13-inch display and Voice Control

With the expansion of the abilities available to manufacturers with the release of Windows 8.1 and the 4th generation Intel Core (Haswell) family of processors, Lenovo this week aims to show its dominance in the "Multimode" world of notebook computing with the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro. This device takes what was presented in the original Yoga and brings it to a much more futuristic place with the addition of software that detects which of four modes the device is in, suggesting ideal apps for each, Lenovo Voice Control, and Lenovo Motion Control 2.0. This notebook also comes in with a 13-inch display with 3200 x 1800 (QHD+) pixel resolution with 10-point multitouch capabilities.

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Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and S Series Ultrabooks get ultra-thin with Haswell inside

Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and S Series Ultrabooks get ultra-thin with Haswell inside

This week in Berlin at IFA 2013 the folks at Lenovo has brought on a new wave of ThinkPad Ultrabooks for the latter half of this year. This device portfolio includes additions to the Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and S Series Ultrabooks with the T440s, T440, X240, S440, and S540. In the T and X series models you'll find 20 percent thinner form factors under recent reboots, a collection of options in each of these devices bright panels, and a massive 45 percent larger size on each of their clickpads. The whole lot works with new 4th generation Intel Core processor technology as well.

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