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Lenovo Adds Pay-As-You-Go Mobile Services To Its ThinkPad Lineup
2012-06-11 07:30:23

Chinese computer maker Lenovo announced today that its ThinkPad laptops will have Mobile Access, a no-contract mobile broadband service that will be available directly from the firm, effectively cutting out the middle man.

iPad Heats Up As The Fire Cools
2012-06-05 12:48:55

Apple has already announced their impressive first quarter results for themselves, revealing they had a stellar post-holiday season. This hasn’t stopped the market research and analyst groups from making their own forecasts and predictions, however.

Lenovo Opening New Mobile Facility In Wuhan
2012-05-07 13:54:46

Lenovo announced on Monday that it will be putting $800 million into a new mobile facility aimed at investigating and producing innovative smartphones, tablets and other devices.

2012-04-29 23:01:25

Whitney Manning is proud to announce the launch of the new Internet storefront, TekkTron.com.

2012-04-26 23:02:15

According to the 2012 Harris Poll EquiTrend(R) study, SONY maintains its ranking as the top consumer electronics brand, followed by Samsung.

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2012-03-13 16:39:50

After decades of patiently producing toys for the west, Chinese entrepreneurs are increasingly showing signs that they are copying the German formula.


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LePad
2014-01-12 00:00:00

The LePad is a line of tablet computers sold by Lenovo in China. It was released in China in 2011. The LePad uses the Android 2.2 operating system, with either a Wi-Fi or 3G connection. The display features a 10.1-inch screen with a front facing camera for video calling, and has a battery life of eight hours. Outside china, in 2012, Lenovo released other versions of the LePad, under the name IdeaTab, A1, Yoga, and ThinkPad. The ThinkPad’s operating system was upgraded to the Android...

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