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CES 2015: Lenovo YOGA 3 11-inch and 14-inch convertibles improve on the YOGA formula

So much happened at CES 2015 that we’re only now getting the chance to catch up with it all. One of the big announcements for Lenovo at CES was the extending of its YOGA family, particularly the new Lenovo YOGA 3 convertibles which introduced an 11-inch and 14-inch version. It goes without saying that both these devices make use of the usual YOGA formula, the two-hinge design which allows the device to be locked in four different positions – Laptop, Stand, Tent and Tablet – depending on your preference or use-case. But it’s not all just convenience and functionality – the YOGA 3’s have the power to back it up with an Intel Core i7 in the 14-inch YOGA 3, 1080p displays and Windows 8.1. On the entertainment front, both YOGA’s come with stereo speakers and Waves audio which should make for clear audio in multimedia scenarios. Fun fact, at ...

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Lenovo announces new ThinkPad Stack accessories with 1TB drives and 10,000 mAh battery packs

Today at the International CES PC and smartphone maker Lenovo announces the new ThinkPad Stack accessory lineup. The ThinkPad Stack is a series of additional add-on items that you can purchase to boost your productivity and storage on your laptops, Notebooks and Ultrabooks. They are all interlocking which gives you ability to have one, two or more accessory add-ons in use at one time. The line up includes: Bluetooth speaker: for music, movies and conference calls. It features a noice reducing MIC, 2 x 2W multi core speakers, D-note Digital Chip-less power, Bluetooth 4.0, easy access phone and speaker controls and offers 6+ hours of playback time. Power bank: Pulling a 10,000 mAh battery for charging various devices. This little guy shows your battery level vi an LED in 25% increments, charges via a Micro USB in port, and delivers dua USB out puts. one port is a 5v 2.1A ...

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The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 Is Flexible In All The Right Ways

I have had the honor of being a Technology Author for about 3 years now and it has been a blast. I have reviewed app, products, and even done a few editorials. After these 3 years I have learned a few things and have made my share of mistakes along the way. From what I have learned I have decided to start a little segment here on AndroidSPIN called “Writer’s Block”. This is where I will talk about tools that are available to writers from all walks of life and put them through the paces of what I think are a standard in this field. I do not claim to know it all and this is my opinion of a product that I have used personally for a month. This will not be a standard review as I will not be going into great detail about specifications I will use ...

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