I love that Lenovo is doing insane things by adding a “private screen” onto a smart watch, and putting a projector on a phone so you can get a larger display. It makes no sense, it probably won’t catch on, but it’s way more interesting to look at then 90% of the stuff everyone else is putting out.
El ZUK Z1 será el primer teléfono que lanzará la submarca de Lenovo llamada ZUK, un smartphone que llegará para plantar cara a los mejores buques insignia del mercado, y como tal sus especificaciones y características serán las de un gama alta, como puede ser la inclusión de un USB Type-C.
Cada vez son más las empresas que muestran su apoyo al nuevo conector USB, y parece que ZUK no quiere que el…
Is this a step in the right direction or is it all just smoke and mirrors? David Hill in the Lenovo Blog highlights bullshit like comparing the design to a Porsche 911. Making a great laptop isn’t just making the damn thing look like what it used to. There are a lot of things to improve in the ThinkPad line before I would recommend anybody buying one New over other laptops.
1. Battery durability needs to be drastically improved, lasting 300 cycles isn’t acceptable when competitors use Li-Polymer type batteries that last much longer.
2. Make the keyboard and display bezel out of plastics that don’t crack so easily. This has been a problem with ThinkPads since the T20 came out. Hard Drives are on their way out and needing rubbish internal keyboard and display bezel plastics absorbing damage when it isn’t much of an issue anymore.
3. Empty space inside the machine needs to be filled. With a stronger chassis, battery, whatever. Make the motherboard rectangular, not a weird shape that’s susceptible to flex damage.
4. Screens need to be drastically improved. Use a Panasonic display for Color Accuracy, Sharp for Power Efficiency. None of this Image persistance and defect prone LG and Samsung. These machines cost as much or more than Macs when new, put something in them that makes them worth the asking price.
5. The retro logo redesign is shite.
The Retro Redesign does a lot of things right though, but they involved introducing things that were removed in the first place.
1. The 7 row keyboard coupled with the better switches from the Chiclet design
2. TrackPoint Buttons
3. Clamshell Design (the stuff sticking out on the edge of the display bezel)
Advertising algorithms are weird. I went on a twitter rant earlier about how much of complete garbage Lenovo laptops earlier because Par’s, which she bought in February, is an incredible piece of shit, and now I’m getting ads for their shitty products.
The Lenovo K3 Note is about to go on its first flash sale in India from July 8. For the initial sales, more than 500,000 registrations have been made. The sales will commence at 3 PM Indian time on Wednesday and it carries a price equivalent to $158.
To refresh on its specifications, the Lenovo K3 Note boasts of a 5.5 inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and it is equipped with a…
Lenovo is a solid brand right now, for the price. I am going into my 4th year of ME, and had to get a laptop last semester, and went with a lenovo ideapad. I really like it for the most part, other than a small oversight on part, which was that it came with too slow of a hard drive, so I had to replace it with an SSD. I'd say stay away from Dell unless you just want a Dell and have the cash. Just make sure that whatever you end up with has a good bit of ram and a solid processor for your price.
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