Amazon’s got a deal on Lenovo ThinkPad X1 tablets today. All of the deals are through third-party marketplace sellers. There are two worth looking at,with prices at $730 and $950. Both of those 2016 models are selling at the lowest prices ever on Amazon—though this isn’t the first time they’ve been this low.
These versions of the ThinkPad X1 feature a 12-inch display with 2160×1440 resolution, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Windows 10 Pro. They also come with a detachable ThinkPad keyboard with TrackPoint and trackpad. If you’ve ever used a ThinkPad keyboard before, it’s basically a portable version of that.
the $730 version comes with a 1.1GHz dual-core Core m5-6Y57 processor, a 256GB SSD, and 8GB of DDR3 RAM. This item was most recently selling $970 before the price drop.
The $950 model, meanwhile, has a 1.2GHz dual-core Core m7-6Y75, a 256GB SSD, and 16GB of DDR3 RAM. Before the recent price drop, third-party marketplace sellers were selling it for $1032, while Amazon was aiming much higher with a price tag of $1627.
This is a daily deal, so the prices expire just before midnight on Wednesday or when supplies run out.
With a starting price of $799, the Lenovo Miix 630 detachable Windows tablet is on the cheaper end of a brand-new crop of PCs that run power-sipping Qualcomm Snapdragon processors rather than CPUs from Intel or AMD.
The Miix 630, announced on Monday here at CES, looks nearly identical to the Chinese electronics giant’s other detachable Windows tablets, such as the Miix 520$999.99 at Lenovo. It’s got a 12.3-inch full HD (1,920 by 1,080) touch screen that’s fortified with Corning Gorilla Glass. There’s a kickstand built into the back of the tablet for propping it up when the keyboard is attached, and the whole thing weighs just under three pounds.
At CES 2018, Lenovo today announced Tablet 10, a new 10-inch Windows tablet targeting enterprise customers. Tablet 10 is actually a detachable that comes with a keyboard base. It is powered by Intel Celeron N Series processors that will benefit vertical applications such as healthcare and retail. To support easy authentication in retail scenarios, it features fingerprint […]
Don’t mistake the Lenovo Yoga 720 (12”) for an ultra-affordable PC. With a price tag of $629 at Best Buy, it’s definitely not the least expensive Windows 2-in-1 that you can buy. This works to its advantage. It isn’t ruined by a sub-par display or terrible touch experience and it looks just as good as Lenovo’s more expensive laptops.
Via: Gotta Be Mobile
Lenovo in partnership with chipset giant Intel has introduced a new range of PCs that focus on privacy and safety of user data. The new PC comes with built-in authentication measures that adhere to FIDO (Fast Identity Online) Alliance standards and does away with the dependence on the traditional passwords for authentication.
Instead of relying just on passwords, users now have a safer way to log into websites with the touch of a finger on an integrated fingerprint reader or a quick click of a button in real-time.
Using Intel “Online Connect” on 7th and 8th Gen Intel Core processors, Lenovo’s latest PCs including the Yoga 920, ThinkPad X1 Tablet (2nd generation), ThinkPad X1 Carbon (5th generation) and IdeaPad 720S integrate FIDO-certified authenticators directly into the core of the PCs.
This will bring simpler and safer online authentication when logging into popular websites like PayPal, Google, Dropbox and Facebook.
Lenovo is making its Surface competitor a lot better this year. After slow iterating the Miix tablet from its Core M roots, the new Miix 520 will include Intel’s 8th generation quad-core i7 processor. It’s an addition that pushes its CPU performance past Microsoft’s new Surface Pro, alongside 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD storage, and a 12.2-inch 1920 x 1200 display. Lenovo also offers a USB-C port, the company’s own active pen support, and an optional 3D camera for capturing images.
Lenovo has been prepping a foldable Android Tablet and this time around Lenovo is showing off its latest innovation at the Lenovo Tech World. The company has been experimenting with form factor from quiet some time, and the Yoga series is one of the best known Lenovo lineups. The new Android Laptop shown by Lenovo folds outwards instead of inwards, and then the screen is left visible at the edge. In fact, the edge displays information like in the Galaxy Note Edge.
For mobile users, Lenovo’s Miix 720 is a powerful tablet that can replace your laptop with its bundled detachable keyboard folio cover and active stylus. With its familiar convertible form factor, the Miix 720 joins a growing list of competitors that aim to ape and outshine the category defining Microsoft Surface Pro. And the Miix does just that—balancing performance, futureproof port selection and upgradeability, making this the ultimate “pro” level tablet.