Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015
Dell and HP will soon begin selling Microsoft Surface tablets to corporate clients, complementing the devices with support and other services.
Monday, 7 Sep 2015
Bloomberg reports that Xiaomi is considering to enter the notebook market early next year. Its first notebook is said to be competing against Apple's MacBook lineup and Lenovo's ThinkPad.
Friday, 4 Sep 2015
Lenovo has released a slew of hardware from its IdeaPad, business-centric ThinkPad Yoga and ThinkCentre series. Lenovo attempts to meet the needs of the mobile end user with the IdeaPad and ThinkPad machines; with the ThinkCentre, workspace decluttering takes centerstage. Read on to uncover the details!
Lenovo has announced two Windows 10 computing devices targeted at the home user. The IdeaPad Miix 700 and the IdeaCentre AIO 700 may make strange bedfellows but each of them has their own unique specifications to suit the home user's varied compute requirements.
Thursday, 3 Sep 2015
With Skylake's recent release, Lenovo's just unveiled their latest Y series machines that are meant for gamers, along with a slew of peripherals to go along with them.
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015
Lenovo has refreshed its ThinkPad E-series with four new additions. With some degree of customization, the ThinkPads can be configured to fulfill the computing requirements of small and medium businesses.
Monday, 31 Aug 2015
The return of the Alienware 18's not the only news that's come out from Dell at PAX Prime. The company also's revealed that it plans to refresh some of its gaming products with the latest technology, as well as release two brand new monitors soon.
Friday, 28 Aug 2015
Dell's reinforcing its Alienware brand with the return of the Alienware 18, an 18.3-inch premium gaming notebook with SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900M series graphic cards.
Friday, 14 Aug 2015
What do “eggs” and “yolks” have to do with rechargeable batteries? Read on for more delectable details about this innovation for lithium-ion batteries!
Thursday, 13 Aug 2015
After Superfish, Lenovo has just been caught - again - installing rootkits on new PCs. The software, called the Lenovo Service Engine (LSE), persists between clean installs of Windows, and can be exploited by hackers to install malware.