Lenovo Might Release A New Gaming Smartphone

Lenovo teased its new gaming smartphone under the brand of “Legion”. The company is looking forward to the new market of gaming smartphones which has expanded in these recent years.

Lenovo’s Legion is actually famous for its laptop series. The brand is known for its price to performance ratio. Lenovo is looking to gain some market share in this segment through the credibility of Legion. Lenovo also owns Motorola which they acquired back in 2014. Since then, Lenovo hasn’t done anything appreciable in the smartphone market. Lenovo also has its own smartphone series but it failed to focus on both the brands. Motorola’s comeback was made by the “Motorola Razr” which was a modified version of the famous “Motorola Razr V3”. The phone promised to have a foldable screen but the hype was crushed by Samsung’s newly launched “Samsung Z Flip” which has more better features and designs than the Razr. Read More

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Lenovo Launches Yoga A12 Convertible Tablet

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The Lenovo Yoga Book now has a successor, the Yoga A12 convertible tablet/laptop, a budget variation of the former, featuring a Halo Keyboard with a larger display, stripped down specs, and a rose gold color option along with the standard grey. The 360 degree hinge allows the device to flip like the Yoga Book.

It will be available on the Lenovo website starting 8 February 2017 and is fairly priced at $299. Read More

Ultrabook Manufacturers Limiting Initial Shipments Due To MacBook Air Popularity

Top to bottom: MacBook Air, ASUS UX21, Toshiba Portege Z830, Acer Aspire S3, Lenovo IdeaPad U300s (Source:¬†This is my next…)

 

The redesign of the MacBook Air has apparently been very pleasing to consumers. Apple is reportedly shipping 500,000 units per month. It’s easy to understand why this model is popular. It’s popularity has drawn attention of both Intel and PC¬†manufacturers, to begin making their own Ultrabooks to compete with Apple’s MacBook Air. But reports seem to indicate that these manufacturers, who are mainly Asus, Toshiba, Acer and Lenovo, are just testing their models, only shipping a reported combined number of 50,000 Ultrabooks in their initial shipment. Read More