Might beat Microsoft to the market
Although Microsoft already said such devices are coming next year, it appears that Lenovo might beat everyone to the market with its own ThinkPad X1, which is scheduled to launch in Q2 next year, at least if all goes well on the software side.
Trade war bites
China’s Lenovo Group, the world’s largest PC maker, warned it would have to raise product prices if US tariffs increase.
Beating market expectations
China’s Lenovo Group reported a more than three-fold increase in its quarterly profit as strong computer sales much better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted.
Targeted at business
Lenovo is launching a new AR-and-VR system targeted at businesses.
Seems everyone wants to fold things
Lenovo previewed “the world’s first foldable PC” at its Accelerate 2019 event in Orlando.
Better camera and possibly a 5G modem
A teaser posted online suggests that Lenovo is gearing up to launch the Z6 Pro flagship based on Snapdragon 855 SoC later this month.
We are about to reap rewards of ‘intelligent transformation’
China’s Lenovo Group has begun to see some rewards from the multibillion-dollar acquisitions of IBM’s commodity server business and Google’s Motorola Mobility smartphone unit
And Intel the thumb down
Shortages of Intel processors means that major manufacturer Lenovo is using AMD chips more and more, while it has also given the hard word to Chipzilla.
Starting at $600
Suggesting that Chromebooks aren't just entry-level devices, Lenovo has unveiled a Yoga Chromebook available in October and packs a serious punch with some serious hardware. It also has two entry-level Chromebooks for those looking for a second portable device.
15.6-inch screen, up to Core i9, and GTX 1050 Ti
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 has been the favorite business-class notebook for quite some time and its latest version got a serious update with a larger screen, CPU update, and discrete graphics, courtesy of Nvidia.