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NVIDIA 3050 laptops bring RTX for less: Prices start at $799

NVIDIA 3050 laptops bring RTX for less: Prices start at $799

This week NVIDIA revealed their new laptop gaming graphics processors and a series of notebooks that'll house them. These laptops have the ability to deliver DLSS and RT Gaming, 60FPS+ (image refresh rate for games, depending on display), and "AI Content Creation and Video Conferencing." The first wave of notebooks with NVIDIA RTX 3050 graphics processors inside will be coming from brands like Razer, HP, Dell, MSI, Lenovo, ASUS, and Alienware.

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Lenovo Legion line expands with sleek 5i, 5i Pro, and 7i gaming laptops

Lenovo Legion line expands with sleek 5i, 5i Pro, and 7i gaming laptops

Lenovo has announced a new round of products for PC gamers, including the new Legion 5i, Legion 5i Pro, and Legion 7i models. Among other things, the laptops pack Intel's newly announced 11th-generation Intel Core H-Series mobile processors. Joining the new laptops is the Legion Y25g-30, a gaming monitor that boasts a blistering 360Hz refresh rate for your favorite fast-paced video games.

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Lenovo Yoga X tablet teased as a portable HDMI monitor

Lenovo Yoga X tablet teased as a portable HDMI monitor

There are only a few notable Android tablet makers these and Samsung probably takes the top spot in that market. Lenovo, however, takes the cake when it comes to unique features. It once had an Android tablet that transformed into a makeshift Amazon Echo Show and another that you could hang on walls or in the kitchen. It seems that its next trick will be to launch an Android tablet that not only has HDMI out but also has HDMI input to turn it into a portable monitor.

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Android Entertainment Space lets Google invest in tablets without new hardware

Android Entertainment Space lets Google invest in tablets without new hardware

Google revealed a new Android tablet experience called Entertainment Space in May of 2021. This new experience - a new home screen replacement of sorts - is a different approach to Android. It's difficult to see what they presented with Entertainment Space without thinking about Amazon's series of Fire Tablet devices and their take on Android. The software, as Google showed it on May 5, 2021, centers on Google-hosted media - everything from the Google Play app store, books store, videos, shows, and games.

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Best Android tablets to consider before committing to iPad Pro 2021

Best Android tablets to consider before committing to iPad Pro 2021

Tablets have been trying to overpower laptops since their very inception and Apple iPads have been at the helm of this desirous change. Leading from the front, iPad Pro has been the go-to device for most of us seeking work and play balance with portability. Now as foldable phones venture into the realm of tablets – with their extending form factor – this niche is somewhat diluting. Yet, if you’re into a large slate silhouette, which offers the comfort of a laptop and finesse in creative flow (with the stylus) there are some intriguing Android-based options on the market.

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Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 teardown reveals beautiful complexity

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 teardown reveals beautiful complexity

Some smartphones are getting more interesting again after the market has seemingly plateaued in design and innovation. Leave it to gaming smartphones, however, to really take the cake when it comes to pushing the envelope not just in terms of performance but also in design. After the very first ASUS ROG Phone, it is perhaps Lenovo's latest Legion Phone Duel 2 that has the most peculiar quirks and features. And while it didn't survive the durability test, JerryRigEverything's teardown reveals just how unique the phone is on the inside.

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Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 durability test ends terribly

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 durability test ends terribly

There are quite a few new gaming phones that have hit the market in the first three or so months of the year, each with its own special gimmick that goes beyond raw power. The latest to join that fray is Lenovo with its second Legion Phone "Duel" device. It is also admittedly one of the more interesting to arrive this year both in terms of design and specs. Unfortunately, it might also be one of the most disappointing when it comes to withstanding the normal wear and tear that gamers put their devices through.

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Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 packs two fans for peak gaming power

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 packs two fans for peak gaming power

Lenovo has a new Android gaming phone, and the Legion Phone Duel 2 is aiming to not only deliver the power for full mobile gameplay, but the media credentials modern streamers demand. The unusually-shaped smartphone includes a twin-fan cooling system and a larger-than-average battery, to keep it running at maximum speed for longer.

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Lenovo Legion 2 Pro gaming phone to get a built-in fan

Lenovo Legion 2 Pro gaming phone to get a built-in fan

Although it has long been playing in the PC gaming market, Lenovo's Legion brand arrived late to the smartphone game. While the likes of the ASUS ROG Phone is already at its fourth major iteration, Lenovo will only be announcing its second gaming phone this week. The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro, however, has a few tricks up its sleeves that keep it distinct from its peers, including a different spin on the built-in cooling fan design, no pun intended.

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Lenovo Demon Slayer gaming chair appears before US IMAX movie release

Lenovo Demon Slayer gaming chair appears before US IMAX movie release

Today it's become apparent that Lenovo designed* a gaming chair in collaboration with the folks who make Demon Slayer / Kimetsu no Yaiba. The design of the chair is the Lenovo All-Intensive Chair of Kimetsu no Yaiba, or Devil's Blade x Lenovo Chair. Your eye will likely move immediately to the strangest element in the chair's construction: the "blade" itself!

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Lenovo Barnes & Noble NOOK 10-inch HD tablet released with keen design

Lenovo Barnes & Noble NOOK 10-inch HD tablet released with keen design

This week the folks at Barnes & Noble and Lenovo revealed a collaboration that puts the name NOOK back in the spotlight. This is the new NOOK tablet, a tablet that continues the line of eBook-focused eReader devices with a machine that can also just... be a more fully functional tablet, too. This is the tablet you'll want to seek out if you're looking for media consumption, eBooks first, everything else second.

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Barnes & Noble NOOK tablet designed by Lenovo coming next week

Barnes & Noble NOOK tablet designed by Lenovo coming next week

There are numerous e-readers around these days, some of them already sporting colored E-Ink displays even, but Amazon's Kindle still remains the household name in that market. Once upon a time, however, the Kindle shared that prime spot with Barnes & Noble's NOOK. The latter has long faded into the background but it isn't down for the count just yet. According to the latest word, old B&N is jumping back into the scene, this time with a NOOK tablet made by an unexpected new partner.

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