Lenovo articles

Lenovo has a sub-$400 VR headset in the works

Lenovo is working on a virtual reality headset for Microsoft's Windows Holographic platform that will compete against the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. A prototype of the headset was shown off at CES 2017, and although the prototype doesn't actually…

Lenovo launches a Legion of mid-range gaming laptops

At CES 2016, Lenovo has updated their gaming laptop line-up with two new mid-range options that use the latest CPUs and GPUs from Intel and Nvidia. Rather than simply slotting these products into their existing Y series of laptops, Lenovo…

Smart Assistant is Lenovo's Alexa-powered Amazon Echo clone

Lenovo has created their own version of the Amazon Echo, and it has been unveiled at this years Consumer Electronics Show. The Lenovo Smart Assistant is the company's first entry into the smart home market, and interestingly, it's actually powered…

Kaby Lake comes to the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 line

Lenovo has refreshed its popular ThinkPad X1 line with new internals and features. The core design of the X1 Carbon, X1 Yoga and X1 Tablet remains largely the same, but these updates keep the line competitive with other professional-oriented laptop and…

Lenovo to launch Chrome OS-powered Yoga Book in 2017

Lenovo’s Yoga Book was perhaps the most interesting 2-in-1 that emerged in 2016 thanks largely to its innovative multi-function touchscreen slate and striking design. The curious portable is currently available with your choice of Android or Windows OS but according…

Lenovo Yoga Book with Windows Review

The Yoga Book is one of the most attractive pieces of hardware I’ve used this year. Lenovo is aiming for the best of both worlds: a compact tablet that’s easy to hold and transport; and an on-the-go laptop that isn’t hindered by an awkward dock. But going from concept to actual product, how well does it work?

Lenovo lays off significant numbers of Motorola staff

Yesterday, Lenovo announced a new round of layoffs that significantly affect the company's Motorola division. While the layoffs only affect "less than two percent" of Lenovo's 55,000 employees globally, more than half of the remaining Motorola employees could find themselves…