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Lenovo plans to beat the downtrend of PCs with PC+, targeting the “Corporate Consumer”

Lenovo plans to beat the downtrend of PCs with PC+, targeting the “Corporate Consumer”

Lenovo Group was largely unknown outside its native China. That all changed in 2005, when the company’s $1.75 billion purchase of IBM’s personal-computer business, including the iconic ThinkPad line, catapulted Lenovo into the ranks of the world’s biggest personal-computer makers. Today, the Chinese company is among the world’s largest PC manufacturers and is aggressively pursuing fast-growing markets for tablet devices and ... Read More »

7 Tips for Mobile Warriors to keep your Laptop Battery in Tip Top Condition

Here are some tips to keep your laptop batteries in tip top shape, especially with the new upcoming laptops having non-removable batteries. Read More »

Lenovo IdeaPad U300e Ultrabook now Available in Singapore (pricing included)

The Lenovo IdeaPad U300e Ultrabook is now available in Singapore at a suggested retail price of SGD$1,499. However, from 7th February 2012 to 7th March 2012, there will be an introductory price of SGD$1,299. Features: 18mm thick and 1.58kg in weight 13.3″ WXGA LED Display 1366 x 768 pixel resolution 2nd gen Intel® Core processor – i5-2467M Processor (1.6GHz up to 2.3GHz ... Read More »

Lenovo Code-a-thon: “DO the Extraordinary!” on September 16th in Singapore

On September 16-17, 2011, Lenovo will be holding its first ever 24-hour Code-a-thon in Singapore for Android developers who are ready to “DO the Extraordinary”! Competitors will be tasked to create applications in 24 hours on the Android platform for the new Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1 or the ThinkPad Tablet. The winner will get a cash prize of S$3,000 plus two ... Read More »

HP kills webOS devices – My thoughts on the matter

In HP’s recent conference call meeting just a few hours ago, they’ve announced they’ll cease to make anymore webOS devices due to the lack of demand and failure to meet HP’s financial targets and unit sell-through expectations. HP will be shutting down the entire webOS hardware business unit and will be looking to license webOS software to manufacturers such as HTC ... Read More »

The PC Show 2011 from 9th to 12 June 2011 in Singapore (with floor plan)

The PC Show 2011 is Singapore’s longest running IT and consumer electronics show and it is back again from 9th to 12th June 2011 at Suntec Singapore. This year, The PC Show will be spread over four floors – 1, 3, 4 and 6 – of Suntec Singapore. Over 600 exhibitors will be showcasing IT and consumer electronic products by leading brands such ... Read More »

Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 Boot Up Challenge @ IT Show 2011

Lenovo is having their “Enhanced Experience 2.0” boot up challenge at the IT Show 2011 this year. All you have to do is bring down your Windows 7 PC to compete with Lenovo’s onstage, and if you beat their bootup time – you’ll get to walk away with a cash prize of SGD$500. Details are as follows… Dates: 10-13 March ... Read More »

Lenovo IdeaCentre A700 Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Touch Technology

Lenovo IdeaCentre A700 is the first desktop that uses the Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Touch Technology, which caught my interest quite a bit. I asked Lenovo about this technology they are using, and researched a little about it myself. Here’s what I came up with. What is Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Touch Technology? Think of it this way – When ... Read More »

Lenovo’s Lewis Hamilton Tea Session

I was invited by Lenovo to meet up with Lewis Hamilton for Tea on the 1st day of the Formula One racing competition in Singapore, and check out some of the Lenovo’s newest laptops, netbooks and desktops. This photo is probably the best of Lewis Hamilton looking directly at my camera. It’s just brilliant. Here are all the photos I ... Read More »

Lenovo RapidDrive Technology

When Lenovo announced this new RapidDrive Technology that they’ve been working on during CES 2010, I was scoffed it off as another hybrid SSD + HDD implementation that wasn’t anything interesting. That is until I read up more about it from possibly Lenovo’s only article that talks about the technology in-depth – Introducing RapidDrive technology. I realized it wasn’t really ... Read More »