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Crafting the perfect lap-friendly computing companion is a delicate balance between weight and performance. Add powerful processors, expect hefty returns. If lightweight is what you want, packing in the best processors, along with cooling systems, can be a challenge. For the new Yoga 900 Series, Lenovo decided to rethink the formula.

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During Tech World 2015, Lenovo showed off a new concept smartwatch dubbed the Magic View that boasts a second LCD display. This allows the user to view magnified images by holding it up to their eye like a futuristic nickelodeon. We checked out a prototype of this intriguing new device on the Tech World showroom floor. Read on for our early verdict.

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Lenovo today announced a new collaboration with Microsoft that will see Windows 10's Siri challenger, Cortana, enhanced with a new propitiatory search platform. Dubbed REACHit, it will allow Cortana to search and locate difficult-to-find content across multiple devices and cloud services with a few spoken commands.

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In the lead up to Tech World 2015, Lenovo has unveiled three new consumer laptops for the Australian market: the ideapad 100, Lenovo Z41 and Lenovo Z51 featuring Intel's RealSense 3D camera as an optional extra. Pricing starts at $399.

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Lenovo and Motorola's build-a-phone service, dubbed "Moto Maker", will soon be rolling into Australia. It's essentially a website that allows you to custom-order your smartphone's appearance and specifications, much like you would when purchasing a laptop. (There's a small catch with the local release, however.)

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The one big thing that separates a gaming laptop from a regular ol' workaday machine is the presence of a good, discrete graphics card inside it. Lenovo is a PC maker with a line-up dedicated mostly to straight-laced professional notebooks, but it also has a bit of a fun side, too. The Lenovo Y50 is a mainstream Windows 8.1 laptop that also has some pretence at gaming.