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Lenovo and Razer team up for co-branded gaming PCs

Lenovo and Razer team up for co-branded gaming PCs

This week Razer and Lenovo have announced their intent to collaborate on a series of gaming PCs. These PCs will exist within the Lenovo Y series, coming as "special Razer Editions", appearing for the first time in prototype form at the gaming convention DreamHack Winter 2015. Lucky you, though, we've got a set of images of this first desktop machine right this minute. This machine comes with NVIDIA GPUs and black, green, and rainbow colors included.

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Lenovo’s early 2016 lineup includes Surface rival, Chromebook

Lenovo’s early 2016 lineup includes Surface rival, Chromebook

In less than two months, the year will be over so naturally manufacturers are already lining up their ducks for 2016. Lenovo's calendar for its 2016 ThinkPad catalog has just been leaked and it includes quite a few interesting pieces. There is, for example, another Surface Pro clone, which looks less like a clone, thankfully. And among the plethora of new laptops and hybrids lies a Chromebook, as if once again emphasizing that Chrome OS isn't going away yet. At least not by first quarter next year.

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Three things to know about the Lenovo Ideapad 100S Chromebook

Three things to know about the Lenovo Ideapad 100S Chromebook

Lenovo's Ideapad 100S Chromebook is a version of its Ideapad 100S that runs Google's Chrome OS operating system rather than Windows 10. In many ways, the two laptops are the same, but Chromebooks and Windows PCs have some fundamental differences and so not everything is identical. We recently gave the Chromebook version a quick review, and while you should check it out, we're also back with three primary highlights.

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New Lenovo YOGA 700 targets movers and makers on a budget

New Lenovo YOGA 700 targets movers and makers on a budget

With both Microsoft's Windows 10 and Intel's 6th gen Core processors, a.k.a. "Skylake", the time is ripe for manufacturers to show their latest wears touting a combination of those two new technologies. In fact, some already did. Lenovo itself even outed the Lenovo YOGA 900 and the ridiculously huge YOGA 900 Home just recently. Now, however, it's getting a bit down to earth and down the trenches with a more affordable YOGA 700 line that's designed for portability and productivity without burning a hole through your pocket.

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Review: Lenovo Ideapad 100S Chromebook

Review: Lenovo Ideapad 100S Chromebook

We recently reviewed Lenovo's Ideapad 100S, an inexpensive Windows 10 laptop with enough power for everyday use and moderate battery life. The laptop is ideal for many users, such as students and casual web surfers, but Windows 10 isn't everyone's cup of tea, and so Lenovo has a second, similar laptop: the Ideapad 100S Chromebook. As expected, the two laptops are very similar, but bring with them some of their own unique aspects, the details of which we have in our latest full SlashGear review.

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Three things to know about Lenovo’s Ideapad 100S

Three things to know about Lenovo’s Ideapad 100S

Lenovo's Ideapad 100S is small, cheap and just right (for many users). We recently reviewed it in full, and you'll have to check out that full review to get all of the details. Following that, though, we're back with a trio of notable highlights to get you started; things you should know if you're considering grabbing one of these budget laptops.

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Review: Lenovo Ideapad 100S – a budget Windows 10 laptop

Review: Lenovo Ideapad 100S – a budget Windows 10 laptop

Laptops are no longer a financial burden — the market is full of inexpensive notebooks, many of which cost less than a mid-tier smartphone. These machines are usually targeted at students, kids, casual users, and those in need of a secondary laptop, one they’re willing to risk carrying at the subway or checking in at the airport. Lenovo’s newest Ideapad, the Ideapad 100S, is exactly that type of machine, hitting all the right marks: lightweight, small, cheap, and loaded and with Windows 10.

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Lenovo YOGA Home 900 hands-on: Upgrade your table

Lenovo YOGA Home 900 hands-on: Upgrade your table

Is it a big tablet or a portable all-in-one PC? Lenovo doesn't particularly mind which classification the YOGA Home 900 falls into: the important thing is that the 27-inch touchscreen surface finds a spot in your home, no matter what you figure on doing with it.

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Lenovo YOGA 900 hands-on

Lenovo YOGA 900 hands-on

Clever hinges are in fashion this month, but Lenovo is more confident than most that it has the right way to flip a convertible notebook 360-degrees with the YOGA 900. The latest iteration of the form-factor switching ultraportable, as well as an Intel Skylake upgrade the 1.29kg convertible promises more touchscreen stability as well as greater runtime.

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Lenovo YOGA 900 packs Skylake power in super-thin convertible

Lenovo YOGA 900 packs Skylake power in super-thin convertible

Lenovo has given its eye-catching watchband hinge another outing, with the YOGA 900 offering skinny Windows 10 convertible tableteering with Intel Skylake power. The new notebook - the 13.3-inch touchscreen of which rotates around to turn it into a slate - has a choice of 6th-gen Core i5 and i7 processors, up to 512GB of SSD storage, and up to 16GB of RAM.

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Lenovo YOGA Home 900 puts 3hr battery in 27″ all-in-one

Lenovo YOGA Home 900 puts 3hr battery in 27″ all-in-one

Giant tablet, or wire-free all-in-one PC? Lenovo's new YOGA Home 900 straddles things with a foot in each camp, a 27-inch full Windows 10 PC that's just as comfortable on your desk or kitchen counter as it is being taken outside into the garden courtesy of its three hour battery.

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These “PC Does What?” ads are either catchy or cringeworthy

These “PC Does What?” ads are either catchy or cringeworthy

Microsoft is kicking off a "PC Does What?" campaign with Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Intel, attempting to build excitement about laptop form-factors. The campaign, which will run online as well as with commercials, is due to kick off in earnest on October 19, though the five firms previewed the spots today.

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