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With theater-like HD display, multi-user function and shock-resistant bumper, the Lenovo Tab 4 Plus 10.1 is unlocked and ready to go.
Chromebook sales have soared 275% or more since the first quarter of 2020, with HP taking the top spot and Samsung seeing the largest increase in sales.
With the newly released Show Mode, you can turn select Lenovo PCs into an Alexa smart display, bringing your idle PC to life and making it more useful.
Lenovo’s newest gaming phone the Legion Phone Duel 2, has been formally announced and it's an outright monster. And if we're being...
Lenovo on Tuesday announced a number of new laptops and accessories as part of its 2021 education-based portfolio, including a handful Chromebooks....
How does the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD fare in real world situations and who might be its target user base. Here's our review of the $130 tablet.
The Lenovo Tab P11 features a Snapdragon 662, Android 10, and Google's Kid Space powering an 11-inch, 2K display, and will be priced starting at $229.99.
Google expands its hardware reach with new Series One kits designed for Google Meet. The new products are built through a partnership with Lenovo.
The Lenovo IdeaPad 3 Chromebook is a $250 unit designed for students which trades a high-resolution display for excellent battery. Here's our review.
Lenovo's first gaming smartphone figures to boast some strong specs and could be the first of its kind to have a side-mounted pop-up camera.
The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab is not your conventional Android tablet. Its unique design and Google Assistant integration make it a compelling experience.
Lenovo announced the IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook and IdeaPad Duet Chromebook at CES, scheduling both for arrival in the second quarter of this year (Q2 2020).
Google has invested heavily in the smart display market with the likes of the Nest Hub, but one streaming service has been blatantly missing.
Lenovo introduces three new Google Assistant devices, the Smart Display 7, Smart Tab M8, and the Yoga Smart Tab. The trio will be available by October.
We all knew changes were bound to happen when Lenovo purchased Motorola, but in the five years since it's becoming a brand I no longer recognize anymore.