Tag Archive: Lenovo


Lenovo is working on a new version of its unique Yoga Book 2-in-1

It looks like Lenovo is taking another shot at the Yoga Book.

The Lenovo Yoga Book was certainly one of the most unique computers to come out of 2016, largely thanks to its futuristic-looking touch keyboard that can operate as an inking surface as well. But while it garnered plenty of eyeballs due to its strange design, Lenovo never followed it up with another version in 2017. It looks like the company may be remedying that, however.

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Lenovo teases a truly bezel-free smartphone that’ll be announced on June 5

A launch event will be held in Beijing, China.

Ever since the LG G6 debuted last year, OEMs have been in a race to trim down bezels on smartphones as much as possible. Samsung’s got its Infinity Displays, Apple paved the way for the infamous notch with the iPhone X, and now Lenovo’s begun teasing its Z5 handset that hints at a phone that’s truly bezel-free with no notch in sight.

A press invite that recently went  [Read More…]

Lenovo 500e Chromebook review: A true winner

One of the best Chromebooks you can buy in 2018.

When part of your job is reviewing products, you get to a point where you know almost everything you want to say in the first 15 minutes.

It’s refreshing when something comes across your desk that breaks that theme. Unboxing and charging the Lenovo 500e Chromebook had me thinking this was another solid offering from the company that knows laptops like no other, but not  [Read More…]

Best battery backups for Lenovo Mirage Solo

Never lose any battery.

With the Lenovo Mirage Solo coming out, you might be wondering how you can take it around with you wherever you go. Since it is USB-C, you can’t go to any store to grab any charger that they sell.

These are the best ways to keep your Lenovo Mirage Solo going while on the go.

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Anker PowerCore+ Charger

This Anker portable charger is a  [Read More…]

Best Headphones for Lenovo Mirage Solo

Just get the new Lenovo Mirage Solo? Check out these headphones!

The new Lenovo Mirage Solo is a great way to get into virtual reality, since you don’t need to go through the hassle of strapping your phone into an enclosure. Just strap the headset on, and you’ll be transported to a whole new virtual world. The Mirage Solo doesn’t include any speakers or Bluetooth support, so unless you want that virtual world to be silent, you’ll need some  [Read More…]

Lenovo Mirage Solo review: Two steps forward, one step back

Lots of cool ideas, but very little to actually do right now.

Ask people who have not yet bought a VR headset why they don’t have one and you usually get one of three answers. Either the headsets are too expensive when you add in the cost of the still-necessary powerful PC, the cable connecting you to a big box is awkward and not fun, or the headset requires you to use your phone and your phone  [Read More…]

Lenovo Mirage Camera review: Simple, solid VR photography

Google is giving everyone the tools they need to make this great.

Capturing photos and videos for VR is a lot of work. It’s a common misconception that all you need is one of the nice 360-degree cameras that are available today, but those cameras aren’t actually great for viewing in VR. While you can turn your head and see the whole world from a unique perspective, you’re still only seeing a 2D image in  [Read More…]

Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus review

Does a tablet really matter in 2018? We say yes, it does. As to how much they’re worth to you depends on your needs. Take a look at our review of the wallet-friendly and LTE-ready Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus.

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Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream vs. Oculus Go: Which should you buy?

Google and Oculus are competing like never before.

As cool as it is to be able to put your phone in a simple headset and be transported to another world, sometimes you need your phone to be a phone. It’s inconvenient to get to the end of the day and be unable to enjoy VR because your phone is nearly dead, or to have to take the protective case off of your phone every time you want  [Read More…]

Why does the U.S. government mistrust Huawei and not ZTE or Lenovo?

Some companies make phones but some companies make the parts used to make them, too.

Huawei’s big plans to make a breakthrough into the U.S. smartphone market have been crushed. There’s no gentle way to say that, so I’ll just say it.

As CES 2018 was drawing to a close, AT&T and Verizon, which were both all but confirmed to be “official” carriers of the Mate 10 Pro, both announced that they wouldn’t be selling any Huawei  [Read More…]