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Lenovo softening on ThinkPad slate possibility?

Lenovo softening on ThinkPad slate possibility?

Back in February, Lenovo was pretty committed to their decision not to produce a ThinkPad-branded slate to take on the iPad, and they had the market research to prove it; turns out, would-be ThinkPad buyers simply love the notebooks' keyboard too much.  Now, though, it seems the company is having second thoughts.  Peter Hortensius, senior vice president of the Think Product Group at Lenovo, apparently told PC World that the enterprise tablet market was beginning to make "sense" and that the company would be watching rivals closely.

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Lenovo Power Hub Features 4 USB Ports in the Power Brick

Lenovo Power Hub Features 4 USB Ports in the Power Brick

At one point in time or another, you've probably needed just one more port to get something you needed done, done. We've all been there. And while there's plenty of options out there, some times you're just looking for something a bit more "combined" than just having an extra box hanging around your laptop. Well, thanks to Lenovo, you now have the option to power your ThinkPad and connect four USB devices, without needing anything extra.

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Lenovo axing ThinkPad X300/X301 ultraportables?

Lenovo axing ThinkPad X300/X301 ultraportables?

Lenovo apparently plans to kill off their ThinkPad X300 and X301 ultraportables, in the Chinese market at least, in favor of 14-inch models like the T410s.  That's according to Think Account Marketing Director Wang Liping at Lenovo, who cites underwhelming CPU and GPU performance in comparison to the similarly slender T400s and T410s as the main reason for the notebooks' demise.

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Lenovo ThinkPad L Series is greenest to date

Lenovo ThinkPad L Series is greenest to date

Lenovo has announced the newest entrants to its ThinkPad range, the L Series, and according to the company they're the greenest notebooks on the market.  Packing Intel Celeron, Core i3 and Core i5 processors together with either a 14-inch 16:9 display on the L412 or a 15-inch 16:9 display on the L512, the range kicks off at $649 but offers up to 8hrs of runtime.

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No Lenovo ThinkPad slate tablets after negative market research

No Lenovo ThinkPad slate tablets after negative market research

Lenovo may be consistently updating their tablet PC range - in fact their latest press release pointed out that their first ThinkPad was in fact a tablet - but that doesn't mean they're going blithely down the same path as Apple and the rest.  According to CNET, the company have tested the slate form-factor waters with their customers, but the allure of the legendary ThinkPad keyboard is simply too great.

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