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Lenovo Miix 320 leaked, next in affordable detachable line

Lenovo Miix 320 leaked, next in affordable detachable line

It is almost exactly a year since Lenovo put out the Miix 310, a detachable 2-in-1 Windows tablet that aimed for the lower tiers of the computing market. Just as it did last year, Lenovo is expected to unveil a new Miix 320 at MWC 2017 this month. The number will tell you that it's an upgrade to last year's model and, while that might be true, it isn't as huge a jump as it might sound.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 All-in-One Windows 10 PC Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 All-in-One Windows 10 PC Review

Lenovo’s popular X1 lineup has grown substantially over the years, and one of the newest products to flesh out its wares is the ThinkCentre X1, an all-in-one Windows desktop PC comprised of a single thin, lightweight display. This monitor, despite its slim profile, packs a bunch of hardware, including a 6th-gen Intel processor and a pair of 5W stereo speakers. The model's quite attractive upon first look, but does it maintain its appeal over the long haul?

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Lenovo Yoga Book a month later: Android at work

Lenovo Yoga Book a month later: Android at work

At IFA 2016 back in September, Lenovo revealed what is, to date, the most curious Android tablet in existence. Officially marketed as the ultimate productivity device, the Lenovo Yoga Book is often billed as a glimpse of the future. Of course, a tablet of the future would be of little value if it didn’t prove to be of use today. And so we took the Lenovo Yoga Book, the Android version specifically, on an extended tour of duty, to see if this brief glimpse of the future is something we do want to live in or if it’s something we would prefer to live without. Here are some things we’ve learned.

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“Into the Wild” hands-on: AR serving a higher purpose

“Into the Wild” hands-on: AR serving a higher purpose

Tech companies are pushing virtual reality as the next wave of computing, but, as cool as it is, VR as we currenly know it has innate limitations that doesn’t make it suitable for many cases. Like being able to move around the real world with less fear of bumping into things, or being able to interact with said real world as well as a virtual one at the same time. That’s why when there was a need for an immersive and hi-tech experience, a group of organizations and companies turned to the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro and Google’s Tango augmented reality platform to create “Into the Wild”, an experience that aims to not only delight the eyes but also touch the heart.

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Moto Z Moto Mods released soon to Indiegogo

Moto Z Moto Mods released soon to Indiegogo

A modular smartphone is really only as strong as the modules available for it, and, frankly, they’re really not that much currently. With LG bowing out of the game, all eyes are on Lenovo and Moto to bring a parcel of that dream to the real world. Moto, in turn, is turning to other creative individuals outside the company to come up with ideas that can be turned into actual retail products. And what better way to test market interest than through crowdfunding, which is exactly what Moto’s “Transform the Smartphone Challenge”. Now it is presenting the 12 finalists that will be vying for the choice 10 spots that will help them bring such an accessory to reality.

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Lenovo Phab 2 Pro powers “Into the Wild” AR adventure

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro powers “Into the Wild” AR adventure

One of the great things about new technologies like virtual reality and augmented reality is how they enable us to experience things that would have otherwise been impossible to obtain. Either because of the cost or the danger both to ourselves as well as to those around us. There are, however, some experiences that really have to be seen with your very own eyes in order to appreciate the gravity of the situation. That is why Lenovo, Qualcomm, Google, and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) got together to create "Into the Wild", which is both a showcase of AR technology as well as a call to social action.

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Moto G5 Plus leak shows odd deviations

Moto G5 Plus leak shows odd deviations

With Lenovo's admission of how it grossly underestimated the task of resucitating Motorola's brand, there might have been some fears that we might be seeing less and less Moto phones, especially on the lower tiers. Those fears, however, might be a bit unfounded, at least for now. In fact, Lenovo and Motorola might be coming up with not one but two mid-range models. The existence of a Moto G5 Plus has apparently been "confirmed" by a lone leaked photo, which hints at more details, some of which some Moto G fans might find a bit perplexing.

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Lenovo ThinkPad P Series mobile workstations unveiled

Lenovo ThinkPad P Series mobile workstations unveiled

Lenovo has taken the wraps off its latest lineup of the ThinkPad P Series mobile workstations, the P51, P51s, and the P71. The product line features the latest Intel and NVIDIA hardware, and couples that with the military-grade durability we’ve come to expect from Lenovo. There’s something for everyone, including the P71 powerhouse and the nicely portable P51s.

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Lenovo Yoga A12 kicks off budget-friendly A Series tablets

Lenovo Yoga A12 kicks off budget-friendly A Series tablets

Lenovo has introduced a new budget-friendly line of tablets to its existing Yoga lineup, the A Series, and it is kicking off that lineup with the new Yoga A12. The new tablet isn’t unlike previous Yoga offerings, being wonderfully thin at only 5.4mm at its thinnest point, and featuring the unique Halo keyboard. Unlike some other Yoga models, though, the A12 will fit the budgets of most buyers with a price starting at $299 USD.

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Lenovo YOGA 710 15″ Convertible Windows 10 Laptop Review

Lenovo YOGA 710 15″ Convertible Windows 10 Laptop Review

Lenovo has a new flexible laptop in its Yoga lineup, the Yoga 710 15-inch convertible. This model is, first and foremost, a traditional laptop, but with a little extra flavor — a flexible hinge that can fold the display back into a full tablet mode. That flexibility is welcomed, but how does the laptop as a whole hold up to everyday usage?

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Lenovo X260 Laptop Review: Insanely long battery life

Lenovo X260 Laptop Review: Insanely long battery life

If you liked Lenovo's X250 laptop, you'll love its newer X260 model. All the best things about the X250 are back in Lenovo's X260, including the crazy long battery life that can, in some cases, get users through a full day of work with charge to spare. As you'd expect, though, these two models aren't entirely alike, and those who pick up the X260 are getting a newer beast. Is it worth the upgrade? Read our review to find out!

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So far, CES 2017 is about refinement

So far, CES 2017 is about refinement

While generally we see a collection of new or otherwise daring devices at the Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2017 is about improving what works. This can be seen best in the collections of devices shown by Acer, Lenovo, and HP, the lot of which revealed a set of notebooks, displays, and keyboards improved incrementally from years past. It's as if the entirety of the PC industry has finally caught Apple "Just a bit better each time" fever.

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