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Lenovo’s new ideacentre, ideapad devices target gamers and more

Lenovo’s new ideacentre, ideapad devices target gamers and more

Lenovo has introduced a bunch of laptops and tablets as part of its CES 2016 lineup, but if you prefer desktops over the more portable options, the company has a few new models that will meet your needs. The latest ideacentre expansion brings in the gaming-centric Y900 Razer Edition alongside the curved Y27g gaming monitor, as well as the ideacentre 610S home desktop PC and ideacentre all-in-one 510S. Joining those are a few ideapad laptops, too, rounding out the offerings.

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Lenovo YOGA 900S: hands-on with ‘world’s thinnest convertible laptop’

Lenovo YOGA 900S: hands-on with ‘world’s thinnest convertible laptop’

Lenovo has a slew of new products that cover just about every need, but standing chief among them all is its’ latest beauty, the Lenovo YOGA 900S. The laptop’s watchband hinge and golden keys immediately catch attention, but the laptop’s most notable feature is its’ insanely lightweight design -- something made possible in part by the use of carbon fiber. Says Lenovo, this is the “world’s thinnest convertible laptop.”

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Lenovo ushers in CES 2016 with a dozen new devices

Lenovo ushers in CES 2016 with a dozen new devices

Lenovo is getting CES 2016 off to quite a start, taking the wraps off a dozen new devices, most of which are laptops and hybrids. Tossed in among the new PCs is a charging station, though, and a mobile projector, as well as another ThinkVision display described as a “pro monitor.” Lenovo will be rolling out the devices in future months, and ahead of the launch has given us all the details.

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Lenovo’s X1 PC line scores new Thinkpads and more

Lenovo’s X1 PC line scores new Thinkpads and more

Lenovo’s popular X1 product lineup is getting a big expansion in coming weeks, not the least of which is the addition of yet another ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Joining the new Carbon model will be a more flexible alternative, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. For those who prefer more portability, the line is also getting the X1 Tablet, and it is catering to more traditional needs with the ThinkCentre X1 all-in-one desktop and the ThinkVision X1 monitor.

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Lenovo ideapad Y700 Review: a powerful (and heavy) gaming laptop

Lenovo ideapad Y700 Review: a powerful (and heavy) gaming laptop

Lenovo has a new gaming laptop that obviously follows in the footsteps of its Y50 and other past gaming machines, but with updated features and hardware to tackle the industry’s most demanding games. The Lenovo ideapad Y700 gaming laptop features the same red-on-black design and angular mean-looking design elements as the maker's past gaming PCs, not to mention quite a heavy weight. We recently took the Y700 for a spin to see what all it can take; read our full review to see our results!

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‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ drops for PC next month

‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ drops for PC next month

The PC version of Rise of the Tomb Raider will be arriving some time next month, a new listing has revealed. The date is in line with Square Enix’s previously stated “early 2016” PC release plans, but the company hasn’t confirmed whether the January release is accurate. A specific launch date hasn’t been revealed. This isn’t the first time the PC version of the game has made an appearance, however.

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Fujitsu spins off PC, smartphone businesses

Fujitsu spins off PC, smartphone businesses

In what could be seen as yet another worrying development for the steadily declining PC industry, Fujitsu has announced that it has split its PC, both desktops and notebooks, business and its smartphone business into companies of their own with their own long-winded name. The first part is eerily similar to what fellow Japanese company Sony did with its VAIO business and brand. The second part, on the other hand, could be a portent of things to come for Sony as well as for the Japanese smartphone manufacturing industry as a whole.

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Microsoft delays Surface Hub and hikes price by thousands

Microsoft delays Surface Hub and hikes price by thousands

Microsoft's Surface Hub has been further delayed, with the huge touchscreen video-conferencing systems also climbing in price. The wall-mounted all-in-ones - ranging from 55-inches to a hefty 84-inches in size - went up for preorder back in July, but according to Microsoft the technology not only isn't quite ready to ship, but is in fact worth more than initially pegged.

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Aftermarket Skylake coolers are damaging Intel CPUs

Aftermarket Skylake coolers are damaging Intel CPUs

If you're assembling your own PC, there are a lot of decisions to make. One of which is whether you'll keep the stock CPU cooler, or opt for something a little beefier (and possibly quieter). Unfortunately, if you have an Intel Skylake processor, you're probably going to want to stick with the stock cooler, lest you risk damaging this primary component.

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Azulle Access PC Stick and Logitech K400 Plus keyboard turn TVs into PCs

Azulle Access PC Stick and Logitech K400 Plus keyboard turn TVs into PCs

Personal computing has definitely changed a lot these past years. First, what was once an activity tethered to a desk moved over to laps and sometimes even couches and beds. Today, you can take your computing almost anywhere. Even TVs, appliances associated more with entertainment, can now talk serious business too. That's thanks to gadgets like Azulle's Quantum Access PC HDMI stick, which now comes bundled with the new Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus, to turn TVs into devices for both productivity as well as family fun.

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PINE A64 offers a 64-bit computer for less than $20

PINE A64 offers a 64-bit computer for less than $20

It's amazing to see just how far computers have come in my lifetime. When I was a kid, our computer was that thing that sat in my dad's office, that we were only rarely able to touch. These days, I always have a computer (or two) with me, and three different rooms in my house have dedicated PCs. And now there are complete computers you can buy for less than a meal. And now there's a new competitor in the sub-$20 computer market.

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What Mobile Heat Pipes will be doing in your Samsung Galaxy S7

What Mobile Heat Pipes will be doing in your Samsung Galaxy S7

If you're a hardcore DIY gaming PC maker, you've heard of the newest component rumored to be appearing in Samsung's smartphone hero for 2016: the Galaxy S7. Heat pipes, as they're called, allow you to cool your gaming PC with liquid - the coolness of the liquid runs through your computer and keeps your computer from overheating as said liquid runs through tubes. But what about a smartphone? You don't have nearly as much space within a Samsung smartphone as you do in a PC made for high-end gaming - so what's a manufacturer to do?

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