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Lenovo ThinkPad 8 with Atom Z3795 brings faster CPU processing and double memory

Lenovo is taking the tablet market very seriously and today it has updated its ThinkPad 8 tablet with Intel Atom Z3795 quad core processor and 4 gigabytes of memory.

On the front there is 8.3 inch WUXGA display with IPS panel packing 1920×1200 pixel resolution, Bluetooth 4.0, 64 or 128 gigabytes of storage and micro SD card slot. Prices for the Z3795 model is listed for 1140 euros.

Lenovo ThinkPad 8 with Atom Z3795 specifications

* 8.3” display with full HD resolution
* 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 radio
* 64 or 128 gigabytes of flash storage, expandable via micro SD card slot
* Optional 3G or 4G radio
* 2 / 8 front / rear cameras
* Intel Atom Z3795 processor with quad cores
* 4 gigabytes of RAM
* Windows 8.1 operating system

The battery life is around eight hours on a single charge which is pretty amazing considering it has meager 20.5 watt hour battery inside.

Lenovo ThinkPad 8 with Atom Z3795

128GB ThinkPad 8 Gets a Price Tag

It is extremely rare to find productive tablets with 128GB of storage. Until now, Windows 8 tablets have only been offered in either 32 or 64 GB storage capacities. This is the first time, a PC manufacture is offering a tablet with 128GB storage. Meet the Lenovo ThinkPad 8, the might be the best tablet to stay productive.

128GB ThinkPad 8 Price specs

128GB ThinkPad 8 Price

Lenovo wants mere EUR / USD 599 for it. This is an extremely well thought price tag for something with such amazing specs and display, which packs higher resolution than the industry standard resolution, 1280×800. Not a lot of shops in Europe are selling it, but I think is selling it. It is yet to go on a sale in US land.

128GB ThinkPad 8 Specs

Lenovo ThinkPad 8 runs Microsoft Windows 8.1 operating system and it runs butter smooth, thanks to the quad core Intel Atom Z3770 processor (2.4 GHz) and 2 gigabytes of main memory (RAM). For communication, you get a dual band Wi-Fi network card, and Bluetooth 4.0. Other specifications of this tablet include 8-megapixel main camera and front webcam.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 2014 Specs Price

Lenovo has unveiled the 2014 version of the ultimate Thinkpad ultrabook, X1 at the CES 2014 that is being held in Las Vegas, USA. So, what has changed compared to the 2013 model?

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 2014 Specs

The CPU has been updated to the fourth generation Core i-series processor and casing design have also been overhauled. Starting screen resolution is HD+ (1,600 × 900 dots), but you can equip it with up to ultra high resolution too (2,560 × 1,440 pixels).

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 WQHD resolution

Weight has also been reduced from 1.36 kilograms to 1.31 (2013 vs 2014). However, the biggest difference is use of programmable keys that replace the F1 – F12 keys. All functions of the top row are now reprogrammable.

ThinkPad X1 2014 review

Lenovo bundles a software that lets you modify the commands.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 2014 CES

Trackpad is also larger compared to yesteryear’s model.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 2014 trackpad

Like the Lenovo X240, which is also a ThinkPad, the display of X1 2014 can be opened 180 degrees.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 2014 Specs Price

Here are the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 2014 Specs.

Processor    Fourth generation Core processor
Memory    Up to 8GB (on board)
Storage    Up to 512GB
GPU    Intel HD Graphics 5000 (GT3) / 4400 (GT2)
Display    14-inch 1,600 × 900 dot LCD TN / 14-inch 2,560 × 1,440 dot IPS LCD (10-point multi-touch selectable)
Audio    Stereo speakers (Dolby Digital Plus) / HD microphone
Port    (Corresponding charge during standby 1 port), USB 3.0 × 2 3.5mm audio (headphone / microphone), HDMI, One Link dock, Mini DP, LAN dongle
Radio    Bluetooth 4.0, (configuration varies depending on SKU) Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11ac available), NFC, wireless WAN
Camera    720p HD camera
Battery life (capacity)    Up to 9 hours (capacity undisclosed)
Size    (Height x width × depth) 331 × 226 × 18.46mm (touchscreen model) / 331 × 226.5 × 17.7mm (non-touchscreen model)
Weight    About 1.31kg
OS    Windows 8.1
Price    $ 1,299 – NA

And this how its OneLink Dock Pro looks like.

thinkpad x1 OneLink Dock Pro

Thanks to pcwatch Japan for the pics.

Thinkpad netbook in the tunnel?

Lenovo’s senior exec has revealed that the company is looking forward to release a netbook under the Thinkpad brandname. Due to the recent introduction of netbooks sporting high price tags, IBM thinks that the lines between netbooks and notebooks are blurring at a very fast rate.

However, Lenovo has clearly indicated that the Thinkpad netbook will not have specs of a conventional netbook. According to them, if you want ‘full functionality’, you will have to go for Core or Celeron mobile processor. The Thinkpad netbook will be designed to cater to the needs of those who yearn for something that is more powerful than the conventional netbook but has the same size and feel.

The Thinkpad brand is a brand that is widely popular among businessmen and if Lenovo releases something under that brand, it will be of premium quality for sure.

[via apcmag]

ThinkPad W700ds officially announced!

Remember the ThinkPad W700ds, which we mentioned about 2 weeks back? Well, during the CES 2009, they have officially announced the W700ds. The ThinkPad W700ds gives users prime screen real-estate as the first mobile workstation in the industry with two screens. Lenovo is calling it as the ultimate mobile workstation.

“The ThinkPad W700ds dual screen mobile workstation challenged our international development team to engineer a notebook to fit the way workstation users work – in the office and on the road,” said Mark Cohen, vice president, Notebook Business Unit, Lenovo. “Bringing this level of innovation to the most extreme PC users required continually balancing size and functionality with keeping the PC cool and quiet. This mobile workstation is the result of where Lenovo innovation and performance intersect.”

Only time will tell, if the users really like the dual-screen concept. While this laptop workstation would be overkill for an average Joe, it will be actually be appreciated by those who desire the extra real-estate while working on documents. One thing to note is that the secondary display acts as a secondary monitor. This means that you cannot use a third monitor to extend the display, if the second monitor is in use.

Visit the W-series webpage

Lenovo Thinkpad W700 – find my second screen if you can!

At first look, it looks like just another (bulky) (ugly) Lenovo laptop. But, this is one is different. It hides something that most of the other laptops don’t posses so far. It has a huge 10.2″ display hidden underneath the palm rest. Lenovo has worked very hard on the Thinkpad W700 to make it a super laptop. Beside the it’s hidden weapon, the 10″ screen, it comes with Intel Quad-core processor and internal color calibrato, which makes it a true mobile workstation!

If that was enough, it comes with NVIDIA Quadro FX 2700M and 3700M Open GL graphics processors that give this beast up to 1 GB of dedicated video memory.

Regarding price, it costs a modest $3000!

Click here to visit W700 official page