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Lenovo’s Unboxing Video Of the ThinkPad T431s

Lenovo’s put out an unboxing video of its ThinkPad T431s. See everything that comes inside the box when you purchase one of these systems. Hear some interesting insights on various features found on the ThinkPad T431s and follow along as the guys go through select ports and component specifications.

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Unboxing a Lenovo ThinkPad Helix

Been waiting for a Lenovo ThinkPad Helix? After a lengthy wait from the beginning of the year, now its available for purchase. Watch this unboxing video of the ThinkPad Helix to see what you can expect when you order one of these systems.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E431 & E531 Product Tour Video

We heard at CES that Lenovo’s ThinkPad Edge Series would be getting an update, with perhaps the most notable new feature being a new OneLink technology functionality. Finally consumers like you and me can purchase one of these systems. Released earlier this week, the new models are the E431 and E531. Watch this video below to get a quick idea of some of the highlights found in either of these laptops.

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ThinkPad Helix Finally Available For Pre-Order

It’s been a while since we heard anything new and significant about the ThinkPad Helix. First revealed at the beginning of the year at CES, the public has been waiting and waiting for when it will be available for purchase. After some initial delay from what was supposed to be an April release date, the ThinkPad Helix is now available for pre-order on Lenovo’s website and will ship first week of June if you place your purchase online now.

You have a handful of options with this system. Customize the ThinkPad Helix in different ways to match your computing requirements.

A version of the ThinkPad Helix with Windows 8 running on a 2.8GHz Intel Core i5 processor with 4 GB of RAM costs $1680.

A version with Windows 8 Pro on a 3.2 GHz i7 processor with 8 GB of RAM is $2000.

These base units can be customized, but most changes cost extra. The i5 version comes with a 128GB SSD, but that can be upgaded to 180GB or 256GB. The i7 one comes with a 180GB SSD, or a 256GB one can be substituted.

Details About the Release Can Be Read at:  Lenovo ThinkPad Helix Dockable Windows 8 Tablet Can Now Be Ordered in the U.S.

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ThinkPad X1 Carbon: A “Prosumer” Ultrabook

The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is simply a beautiful machine.  An ultrabook designed for working professionals but with enough flavor to appeal to some mainstream enthusiasts computer users.  If you’re looking for something that’ll simply get the job done, whether your in the office or out and about, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the machine for you.

With this AnandTech product review, you’ll see that this system mixes in a good blend of productivity feature sets.  While there are some compromises made that at times make the ThinkPad X1 Carbon a bit too consumer-grade rather than business-grade, the unit is still one fine piece of engineering.

Check out this snippet to see what I mean or read the full article for a more comprehensive take.

Much as Mark Rosewater can’t go a month without mentioning how he used to write for “Roseanne,” I have a hard time not mentioning my background in video production. The reason to bring it up with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is simple: whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional in any kind of content creation field, you have a pretty good idea of what “prosumer” means. Consumer grade hardware and software are generally (but not always) not worth your time, but professional grade kit often requires a substantial investment. Thus there’s the middle ground: prosumer. Prosumer kit is typically fully featured, but doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. You get 90% of the power of professional grade stuff at a fraction of the cost.

That’s essentially what the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is. Weird as it sounds, the ThinkPad is basically the Windows user equivalent of a Mac and has been for a while. The name has a cachet to it, and you have a good idea of what it represents. In the case of the X1 Carbon, we get a strong and sturdy build, great quality display, and the best chiclet keyboard in the business. We also get the kind of price premium we’ve come to expect for the ThinkPad brand, a premium that predates Lenovo’s ownership.

Read the Full Article at Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook Review


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Meet the New Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11s Video

Meet the new IdeaPad Yogak 11s. Watch this video to see how this new convertible ultrabook can be used. It’s upgraded from the Yoga 11 in that the Yoga 11s features a full Windows 8 operating system. No more limited computing with restrictions found on Windows RT. Enjoy the Yoga 11s to the fullest, whether it be for entertainment or for productivity use.

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ThinkPad T431s Teaser Video

The ThinkPad T Series has been one of Lenovo’s most popular product lineups. Soon, one of its systems will be getting a much deserved update. The ThinkPad T430s will be getting some new changes both in its appearance and with its configuration specifications. The new model name will be called the ThinkPad T431s. Check out this CNET video teaser on what to expect.

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IdeaCentre Horizon Tablet PC – Product Unboxing Video

Lenovo’s IdeaCentre Horizon is out and available for purchase. This All-in-One Desktop computer was first introduced at the beginning of the year and it features many new and innovative ways of computing. Lenovo calls the Horizon a “Table PC” or an “Interpersonal PC.”

The IdeaCentre Horizon is essentially a big 27″ Tablet PC. It has a touch display, similar to its close predecessor in the IdeaCentre A720, but this machine also has a built in battery, allowing for the device to go mobile. While practically speaking, you wouldn’t lug around the Lenovo Horizon out and about, you could however, bring it along with you in short distances, such as around the house or office.

Some people may be skeptical of this new product category and form factor, simply because off initial glance the IdeaCentre Horizon seems a tab big and inconvenient to go mobile with, but the system really deserves a fair shake and trial. Lenovo has packaged the Horizon with some extremely cool software applications, which make social gaming, sharing, and work collaboration really easy and fun. You definitely have to check out the “Aura Interface” that is built in. Watch the entire product unboxing video here, or jump to the section highlighting the Lenovo “Aura Interface” with the subsequent link.

Product Unboxing

Aura Interface

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Short Video Review

Smaller is almost better, especially when you’re looking a computer device to be your travel companion when on the road. Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga 11 is certainly that. Take the Yoga 11 out with you without much trouble or inconvenience. And with the solid build Lenovo has engineered this device with, you won’t have to worry about dropping and damaging the unit.

Because this machine is made by Lenovo, it’s extremely rugged. While when we’re working with essentially any other notebook this size, there’s always a thought of “ah, gotta make sure I’m not dropping it.” With the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11, we’ve got a machine that we’re as close to “lemme toss this to you across the room” as we’ve ever gotten with a computer. With soft-touch plastic around magnesium aluminum alloy both on the top and on the bottom – in a lovely set of colors, might I add – you’ve got what feels like a top-notch complete package.

Check Out This SlashGear Article For More Details:  Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Review

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Lenovo Erazer X700 Gaming PC

We’ve all come to know Lenovo, especially its ThinkPad line, as serious performance computers that are reliable and well built. While currently Lenovo hasn’t really offered anything in the area of desktop gaming, it soon will. Coming this summer in June, Lenovo will debut the Erazer X700. For now, you can choose from IdeaCentre All-in-One Desktop PC. Check out a preview of what you can expect in this video below:

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