Lenovo has officially announced the worldwide availability of their IdeaPad U310 and U410 Ultrabooks which we first saw at CES. In order to promote their new U310 and U410 budget Ultrabooks, Lenovo has spent some efforts on marketing materials by shooting super stylish photos. Check them out after the break.
Lenovo has unveiled a new tablet over on its YouTube channel. The new Lenovo IdeaTab S2019 doesn’t have a full spec sheet officially confirmed, but it’s likely that it will be oriented towards the mid-range market. Most interestingly, it comes with a 9.7-inch 4:3 aspect ratio display which is similar to Apple’s iPad. Most of the Ice Cream Sandwich tablet from the mainstream brand usually provides a display at 16:9 aspect ratio. The Android developers will properly have to cope with another specification standard …
Lenovo has unveiled a full HD Android tablet for the Chinese market. The new IdeaPad K2010 run on a quad-core Tegra 3 processor and carry the same 1080p screen concept as the Iconia Tab A700. The tablet flaunts a 4-speaker surround sound system to complement the graphics capabilities. It runs Android 4.0 ICS operating system which is still under works with Lenovo. If we were to judge the tablets based on the early showings, we’d say this 10 inch tablet was a competent device with powerful hardware design, but the price and the software support will determine its market acceptance against Apple upcoming iPad 3 …
While netbooks seem to have largely given way to tablet and ultrabooks, the new Atom chips from Intel could yet give the category a small second chance at life. China PC maker Lenovo put out a teaser video for the as-yet unannounced Lenovo IdeaPad S110 and called it a “mini notebook” — a marketing rename to distance the new product from the “netbook” category. From the promo video, we could see the new mini notebook is 16mm thick, weighing 1.15kg, come with USB 3.0 as standrad, a 10.1-inch HD screen, and optional 3G connectivity, price will be around US$300. The spec and outlook of IdeaPad S110 might looks boring, but we’re hoping that the new Intel chipset will greatly improve the netbook’s performance to compete the rising tablet. Video after the break.
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