Tag: Lenovo

Lenovo Yoga C740 15-inch Review

Despite the focus and sometimes obsession from pundits for the ultralight 13.3″ category, the 15.6-inch laptops remain a considerably popular market segment, and perhaps the best-selling type, if things have not changed since last year. One of the explanations is that 15.6″ computers are often used as home computers, discarding the mobility factor altogether. They […]

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Verizon debuts 5G Connected Device Plan alongside Lenovo’s Flex 5G PC

Up until now, nearly all of the portable 5G cellular devices offered by major carriers have been smartphones, devices with a constant need for both voice and data to facilitate phone calls and network connectivity. This week, Verizon is simultaneously launching the first 5G PC and a 5G data plan to support it, and the […]

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Lenovo and Pico announce Mirage VR S3 all-in-one enterprise headset

While Lenovo has gradually refocused its mixed reality ambitions on enterprise customers, it has remained interested in producing headsets that will be shared by average users in classrooms, museums, and doctors’ offices. To that end, the company today announced a new all-in-one enterprise headset called Mirage VR S3, featuring 4K displays and a more easily cleanable […]

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Lenovo’s Smart Frame Can Soon Be Pre-Ordered From Indiegogo

The concept of smart/digital photo frames aren’t new, but earlier this year at CES 2020, Lenovo took the wraps off their Smart Frame. This particular digital photo frame is admittedly one of the more stylish models we’ve seen to date, and based on the photos, could easily pass off as being an actual photo frame. […]

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Lenovo launches two-processor servers with 64-core AMD Epyc chips

Lenovo is launching two-socket ThinkSystem servers today that feature Advanced Micro Devices Epyc processors with 64 cores each. The ThinkSystem SR645 and SR665 two-socket server platforms have 128 central processing unit (CPU) cores per system with AMD Epyc Zen 2 processors that have 64 cores each. These chips represent the high end of AMD’s processor […]

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PC shipments saw 10-12% decline in Q1 2020 due to coronavirus

After years of bad news, PC shipments saw growth in 2019. But the coronavirus crisis is cutting the celebration short. The PC market fell between 9.8% and 12.3% in Q1 2020, according to research firms Gartner and IDC. Gartner’s numbers indicate the drop was the “sharpest decline since 2013, due to the COVID-19 outbreak” while […]

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