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Op-Ed: Sexiest New Devices? PCs...

After narrowly escaping death (well, OK, not really, but a lot of people sure tried to convince us of it), the PC industry is regaining some color in its face, and starting to make some bold moves forward. Yes, the…

Unboxing: Lenovo ThinkPad Helix (2014) convertible

Lenovo launched a new variant of the ThinkPad Helix, a convertible laptop-tablet hybrid, a few months ago complete with new Intel Core M innards and a slimmer, fanless design. It's just recently hit wide availability, and today we go hands-on…

Lenovo Y70 Touch Laptop Review: A 17.3" touch-enabled all-rounder

Lenovo's Y70 Touch isn't a wild departure from the laptop designs you're used to seeing. In fact, it mostly looks like an average notebook, only sleeker and slightly more aggressive than most. It boasts a 17.3-inch 1920x1080 multi-touch display, Lenovo's largest touchscreen laptop to date, and it's built for gaming, video editing, and to be an all-around work horse for the modern era with a Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM and a GeForce GTX 860M GPU.