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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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Lenovo ThinkPad T410i on sale: Core i3 for $829

Lenovo ThinkPad T410i on sale: Core i3 for $829

ASUS' new U30jc has some competition, with Lenovo quietly pushing the ThinkPad T410i out of the door.  Packing Intel's latest 2.13GHz Core i3-330M processor, the T410i kicks off at $829 with a 14.1-inch WXGA LED-backlit display, integrated Intel graphics and 2GB of memory, together with a 250GB hard-drive and a DVD burner.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13″ Review

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13″ Review

Having been reasonably surprised by the baby Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, it's the turn of its larger, Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13 to hit the SlashGear test bench. As with the X100e, the Edge 13 trades some of Lenovo's traditional styling in favor of a cheaper price tag and the possibility of a few more mainstream consumer sales. Has it lost its way in the process? Check out the full SlashGear review to find out.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Mini 10 with Atom & 10-inch display appearing?

Lenovo ThinkPad Mini 10 with Atom & 10-inch display appearing?

A new Lenovo netbook has apparently been spotted in Australian schools, seemingly based on the company's ThinkPad X100e but with a smaller display.  The Lenovo ThinkPad Mini 10 - as it's said to be labeled - has the same chassis and keyboard of the X100e, but fits in a 10-inch display rather than its sibling's 11.6-inch panel.

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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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Core i7 boost for Lenovo ThinkPad X201, X201s, X201t, W701 and W701ds notebooks

Core i7 boost for Lenovo ThinkPad X201, X201s, X201t, W701 and W701ds notebooks

We've been expecting a Lenovo refresh for a while now, and the company haven't disappointed.  Today they've announced new models at both ends of the portability spectrum, squeezing Intel Core i7 processors into the ThinkPad W701 and W701ds (dual-screen) 17-inch mobile workstations, as well as into the ThinkPad X201, X201s and X201t ultraportables.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X100e gets reviewed: decent on outside, sluggish on inside

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e gets reviewed: decent on outside, sluggish on inside

Lenovo prompted a few raised eyebrows when they introduced what's basically a CULV ultraportable into their ThinkPad range with the new X100e, leading to all manner of questions as to whether an AMD Athlon Neo processor could satisfy the business segment.  Over at Netbooked they've been reviewing the single-core 1.6GHz ThinkPad X100e, and while the physical design shouldn't cause too many sleepless nights for long-time Lenovo lovers, performance leaves plenty to be desired.

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Lenovo ThinkPad T410s, T510 and W510 sales yanked

Lenovo’s ThinkPad T410s, T510 and W510 notebooks may not have had the eye-catching appeal of the company’s Skylight smartbook or IdeaPad U1 Hybrid at CES 2010 last week, but we’d wager sales for them would be far higher than the more unusual models.  Unfortunately Lenovo have seemingly yanked the T410s, T510 and W510 from their US site, where they’d previously been on sale since CES 2010.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X100e brings AMD CULV to enterprise

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e brings AMD CULV to enterprise

Lenovo's ThinkPad X100e has broken cover, and while the company describes the 11.6-inch machine as their entry-level ultraportable, we'd be more inclined to pit it against CULV notebooks.  Whichever segment you assign it to, though, the X100e makes for an interesting machine: based on AMD's Athlon Neo single- and dual-core CPUs, together with Turion dual-cores, the notebook manages to fit in a full-sized keyboard.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge gets official: optional 3G and WiMAX

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge gets official: optional 3G and WiMAX

Lenovo's CES 2010 range has been revealed, and heading the attack is the new Lenovo ThinkPad Edge.  A new series of 13, 14 and 15 inch machines, the Edge line-up is targeted at home buyers together with small and medium business users.  First up will be the 13.3-inch Edge using AMD's Turion and Athlon Neo dual core processors, but Intel CULV Core 2 Duo and regular Core 2 Duo CPUs will also be on offer across the range.  There's also optional Bluetooth, WiMAX and 3G to go along with the standard WiFi.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X100e “netbook” and ThinkPad Edge ultraportables leak

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e “netbook” and ThinkPad Edge ultraportables leak

Talk about Lenovo's supposed first ThinkPad netbook is getting even more intriguing, with details of not one but two upcoming ultraportables in the company's flagship range.  First up is the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, a machine that has been tipped as a netbook but which Lenovo is apparently pushing as an extension of their X-Series premium ultraportables.  It will have an 11.6-inch display and use AMD's Athlon MV-40 processors and RS780 chipset.  Meanwhile, the second mystery machine is the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge, targeting small businesses who might want a 13.3-inch notebook in-between current IdeaPad and ThinkPad offerings.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X100e netbook tipped for Jan 5th 2010 launch

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e netbook tipped for Jan 5th 2010 launch

The thought of a ThinkPad netbook is enough to make anyone even vaguely familiar with Lenovo suspicious, but according to ThinkPadToday that's exactly what the company have up their corporate sleeve.  They're claiming that the rumored ThinkPad X200e will actually drop as the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e on January 5th 2010, with the tagline "Entry level ultra portable, the first ThinkPad of its size".

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