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The Think Stack Is A Modular Monolith That Can Declutter Your Desk

I’ve got bluetooth speakers and battery packs and wires all over my desk. I’m a slob and it’s a problem. A problem that Lenovo’s new Think Stack accessories look like maybe they could solve. They’re like little magnetic Legos that snap all your clutter into one cube(ish thing).


The Thinkpad X1 Carbon Is Getting Its Buttons Back

The Thinkpad X1 Carbon, still one of the slickest ultrabooks out there, got a refresh last year that took replaced its row of function keys with an adaptive, touchscreen strip. This year, there’s good news for button-fans everywhere: The keys are back.


The Best Australian 2 In 1 Laptops/Tablets: Mega Round-Up

If you want a computing device with the power of a laptop and the portability of a tablet, then you want a 2 in 1. There are dozens of great convertible and detachable 2 in 1 laptops out there, but we’ve picked a few of our favourites.


The Best New Windows And Android Slate Tablets

Not everything in the tablet space has to be an iPad: there’s fierce competition between a number of new low-cost Windows 8.1 tablets and their Android equivalents. Whether you’re giving a tablet to someone as a pure fun play, or with more productive aims in mind, there’s a little something for everyone this festive season. Here’s some tablet gift ideas to get you started.


Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro: Australian Review

Laptops just made a quantum leap. Intel’s new Broadwell chips make it possible for notebook makers to create incredibly thin devices with fanless designs, and these notebooks are finally starting to hit the market. Lenovo’s new Yoga 3 Pro runs brand new top of the line hardware, and has an amazing hinge that lets it flip from laptop into tablet mode, or anything in between, at a moment’s notice.


Lenovo Now Officially Owns Motorola

Back in January, Lenovo announced that it was going to buy Motorola Mobility from Google for $US2.91 billion. Now, the deal is signed and sealed.


Lenovo Quietly Reveals Its Own Smartband Because Why Not

Lenovo likes to do its own thing. Sometimes that pays off, such as the company’s loveable Yoga laptops, other times you end up with tablets with weird kickstands and built-in projectors. Now, Lenovo has quietly posted its first wearable on its website, but this gadget seems content with just following the crowd.


Ashton Kutcher Must Be Stopped (Before He Corrupts Our Laptops)

It’s a little-known fact that celebrity Ashton Kutcher moonlights as a Lenovo engineer. At first, it was tolerable: a kickstand here, a bigger battery there. But now, the chisel-cheeked entrepreneur has twisted Lenovo’s latest tablets to his own foul aims: the new Yoga Tablet 2 Pro has a built-in projector. And a subwoofer. And a 13-inch, 2560 x 1440 screen. It’s a goddamn miniature movie theatre, complete with a tiny Ashton to show you around the place.


Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Hands On: Yes, The Hinge Is A Giant Watch Band

The backflipping Lenovo Yoga single-handedly made laptops cool again. The Yoga 2 Pro added a backlit keyboard and a brilliant 3200 x 1800 QHD screen. Now, Lenovo’s going for broke with the third generation of its transforming touchscreen machine. Not only is the new $2200 Yoga 3 Pro thinner and lighter, it has a freaking watch band consisting of 813 precision-machined, hand-assembled components holding up its infinitely positionable screen.


Lenovo's New Yoga Laptop And Tablets Are All About Touch

Overnight, Lenovo announced three new “multimode devices” in its Yoga range of multipurpose tablets and laptops. The new Yoga 3 Pro, the most innovative of the lot, is a 13-inch laptop with a segmented metal “watchband” hinge, accented with satin black and orange — the whole thing looks very Breitling.