Nearly half a million Lenovo devices in the U.S. need to swap out their power cord ASAP after Lenovo recalls the LS-15 AC adapter.
This tablet has so much going for it: a sleek design, a projector built into the hinge, and a pretty good battery life. But Lenovo's Android customizations are awful.
It's the thinnest convertible laptop to date with a beautiful screen, and packs Intel's new Core M chip too.
This big, 13-inch Windows tablet has a versatile design, but its Android counterpart is the lucky one to get an integrated projector. Lenovo, we're waiting as patiently as we can.
No products are being discontinued and Motorola's Android strategy remains intact. Meanwhile, Lenovo gains a strong footing in the smartphone industry.
As Motorola ships off from Google, it promises to take some lessons along, while keeping the Moto and Droid lines intact.
The Windows-based Yoga Tablet 2 is a lot like its Android counterpart, but it runs proper desktop software.
There's no price or release date, only a promise to track your health and skip the Windows password prompt.
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The fancy hinge and excellent high resolution screen don't justify the $1,350 starting price.
Lenovo aims its limber laptops at consumers (with the Yoga 3 Pro) and the small-business crowd (with the ThinkPad Yoga 14), and the Yoga 3 Pro uses Intel's long-awaited Core M-70 processor.