Andrew finally gets his hands on the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13, but his first venture into Windows 8 turn sour fast as hardware problems plague the convertible laptop.
Boasting a slim, low-profile body and beefed-up Gorilla Glass screen, Lenovo unveils its LT1423p Touch Mobile Monitor with 10-point multitouch capacity
Lenovo jumps wholeheartedly into the Windows 8 fray with newly-unveiled multitouch laptops, including a sleek Ultrabook and a rethought ThinkPad.
Just announced at CES, Lenovo's new table PC boasts a 27-inch screen with 10-finger touch for unprecedented multi-user entertainment and gaming.
Lenovo is introducing a number of new releases at CES 2013. The company announced three new desktop products today: the Erazer X700 gaming desktop, the affordable C549, and the slim IdeaCentre A730.
Touchscreen all-in-one PCs are so hot right now, but can adding touch to Lenovo's IdeaCentre A720 change our initial review and rating?
Though the spotlight was largely on tablets and smartphones this year, 2012 brought a number of changes to the PC world that will hugely impact computers in 2013.
Intel seems to be aiming its smartphone efforts at emerging markets rather than places Europe and North America? Smart, or running scared?
Yes, it's true. Lenovo has officially brought touch to its ThinkPad X1 Carbon to offer the hands-on appeal of a tablet and the portability of an Ultrabook.
It's Cyber Monday, and we're scouring the Web for the best laptop deals we can find.
Lenovo may become the number one smartphone manufacturer in China's market come 2013, ending Samsung's reign.
Though we still have to wait a few more weeks, the updated, touch-enabled ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch Ultrabook has made an appearance on Lenovo's site.
Lenovo updates its entry-level C-series line of all-in-ones with seven new machines, and also adds the strikingly slim Q190.
Marvell and Lenovo team up to produce more accessible, smarter Smart TVs.
Windows 8 will bring a slew of devices that blend laptop and tablet functionality, but do they represent the best of both worlds, or an awkward compromise?