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ThinkPad Yoga Review


The ThinkPad Yoga is a convertible running Windows 8.1 with a 360-degree Yoga hinge. The screen can fold completely backwards until it becomes a tablet. And one of its most special features, never seen before, we present you: the lift-n-lock keyboard. When I opened the box, first thing I noticed was that the ThinkPad Yoga is thicker and is slightly heavier

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ThinkPad Helix Review


Specifications MTM: 3698-6EU Processor: Intel Core i5-3337U (1.8GHz – Turbo up to 2.7GHz) Graphics: Intel HD Graphics HD4000 RAM: 4GB 1333MHz DDR3L (2x2GB soldered, dual channel) Storage: 128GB SSD (Toshiba) Display: 1920×1080 IPS multi-touch with digitizer Digitizer pen: Yes, with 1 button Camera: Front: 2MP Rear: 5MP Operating System: Windows 8 Pro 64-bit Dimensions: Tablet: 296.1mm x 187.3mm x 11.6mm (11.65″

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Lenovo Dual-Mode Wireless Touch Mouse N700


The Lenovo Dual-Mode Wireless Touch Mouse N700 was probably designed after the popular Yoga ultrabook convertibles of Lenovo. The idea behind this ‘dual-mode’ mouse was to have a mouse and a laser presenter in one device. I think the N700 succeeds here. Specifications Dimensions: 0.59″ thin Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 2.4GHz USB Dongle Sensitivity/Accuracy: 1200 DPI Connectivity There are two ways

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IdeaCentre A520 Review


Recently I received a brand new IdeaCentre A520 from Lenovo. This is the first time i have used an IdeaCentre product, and this is second Idea product range that i have used and owned so far (the other one was an IdeaPad Yoga 13). After two weeks of ownership, i have to say that I am very impressed with the IdeaCentre A520, in terms of both design and quality of workmanship. If Lenovo ever decides to sell Idea range

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