Lenovo announced the company’s first Windows 8-based tablet recently. Called the ThinkPad Tablet 2, the device will come with a 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 IPS display, a 8 MP rear camera, AT&T LTE, USB port, NFC, and even a stylus. This rather high-end device will pack in some 10 hours of battery life which is pretty good for a device running a full fledged OS.
We have seen cell phones from Sony and Samsung with translucent screens in the past. However this is the first from Lenovo. The S800 will feature a translucent display alright, but will also provide full-color rendering. To be honest this is unheard of, and therefore Lenovo stresses that this technology is still a concept. Well, concept or not, we would love to see something like this as soon as possible!
Check out the new IdeaCenter Q110 nettop from Lenovo. The computer is powered by Intel Atom 230 (1.6 Ghz) processor and NVIDIA Ion. It also features 2GB RAM and a 160 GB HDD. The prominent feature of this nettop is obviously its super-sleek design. Although it currently comes with Windows Vista Home Premium Edition, don’t forget the free upgrade to Windows 7 you qualify for when it is available (22-Oct-09).
Looks are deceiving! It’s not a leather clutch purse as the first glance suggests, but the first looks of Lenovo’s rumored netbook. It open ups to an appearance that reminds you of the similar VAIO-P from Sony. It’s called the Pocket Yoga….why pocket? Estimate the size with the pictures that follow.
Lenovo will soon launch the new IdeaPad S10e powered with DeviceVM, the maker of the award-winning Splashtop instant-on platform.