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Lenovo Ideapad K1 Review

The Lenovo IdeaPad K1, one of the first two Android tablets from this company, is a competitive 10.1-inch Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet. This device packs in almost all the features a user would expect from a slate that comes equipped with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, but stands out in terms of unique interface features, a smart style, and an affordable price tag.

Lenovo Ideapad K1

The IdeaPad K1 is available in white, red, black, and brown, and the pack of the tablet is covered with a thick honeycomb pattern that gives it a good grip as well as a sleek look.

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Lenovo Skylight Lights Up the Web with Industry’s First ARM-Based Smartbook

The Lenovo has announced the launching of Lenovo skylight. The only of its kind using ARM – based processor SmartBook device on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Chipset platform. They are in fact creating a new consumer device that could prove the best of netbooks. The expected device will feature a lot more than could be thought of.

The sleek and slim appealing design with daylong battery life, custom interface with live wag gadgets. The internet experience will see new heights. This smart book adepts to AT&T 3Q mobile broadband service in the USA.

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Lenovo ThinkPad T400s with Multitouch Facility

Lenovo ThinkPad T400s

This is a Multitouch facilitated ThinkPad with lots of great venues to explore. The finger flicking through which one works with can be quite fun. The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is quite a great business notebook with some of the greatest and captivating screens that you will come across. It has a Windows 7 14.1 inch loaded with one of the very first laptop functions in the world that come with multitouch facility. It is fantastic with the finger work that one might be doing with some of the four finger facilities coming with itself.

It is as great as Dell XT2 and HO Tx2 with some incredible interface facilities working for it self. The Windows 7 ThinkPad T400s is very touch sensitive with some of the greatest orders and screen changing activities that one gets to enjoy. Its hardware is super strong with T400s depending on the great software work with wonderful applications to go with it.

The screen is in top shape and has some of the greatest touchscreen phone type features. It works on a light tap and has great display response. It is all about positioning some of the greatest finger touches in different ways. It is open for apps as well as rearranging of windows icons.

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Lenovo’s CEO Resigns

On Wednesday, CEO and Lenovo Group President William Amelio resigned. Lenovo’s chairman Yang Yuanqing will be replacing him.

Another change; senior vice president of global operation, Lenovo, Rory Read will be taking over as president and chief operating officer. It has been speculated that William Amelio resigned because the company has seen a great profit decline. The recorded quarterly loss faced by the company is said to be US$97 million.

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