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Lenovo® IdeaPad Ultrabook U310 available with Intel® Ivy processor

The much-admired Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabook U330s gets a well needed upgrade to Intel’s Ivy Bridge, and now it is known as Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabook U310.

The latest U310 comes equipped with a dual-core Ivy Bridge processor and 4GB of RAM. Currently, it is powered by Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. The upgraded Ultrabook has the storage capacity of 500 GB HDD, boasts of a stunning display screen of 13.3-inch with 1366×768 resolution and features Lenovo’s chiclet-style AccuType keyboard. In terms of wireless connectivity and ports, the U310 sports Wi-Fi (b/g/n), 2-USB 3.0, audio in/out, HDMI, SD/MMC slot, and Ethernet. When it comes to the battery life, Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabook U310 is capable of running for 7 hours.

Measuring merely 0.7-inch and weighing 3.75 lbs, at present Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabook U310 is available for $799.

If you are looking for a mid-range Ultrabook processor delivering great performance, Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabook U310 is an ideal choice to opt.

Lenovo Doesn’t Part With Windows Tablets, Declares The New IdeaPad P1

Lenovo has brought out various forms of PC tablets with Android in the market and thus there had always been an alternative for Windows. The IdeaPad P1 declared recently is similar in look and feel to that of IdeaPAd K1 where Android is running. But the new IdeaPad is set up with latest Windows 7 and has got specifications of mainly PC related settings and features also match PC. It looks just like an iPad in which Windows is the operating system.
The new Lenovo IdeaPad P1 is having about 10.1 inch in size with multitouch screen of 1280 x 800 pixels which also works with elective style. A webcam which is of 0.3 megapixels can deal with all the video calls, but one defect of the Idea Pad P1 is that, it does not have a rear camera which is required. You can choose different colors for the real panel like Silver Gray or Clementine orange which fits with the spine of Netbook.
The IdeaPad P1 has got storage capacity of 64GB of solid-state drive or 32GB and it has RAM capacity of about 2GB.The Operating System that can be set up includes wide range from Windows 7 Starter up to Windows7 Professional. The alternatives for connection purpose include SIM card slot especially for 3G, a card reader of microSD and a docking and USB port. The P1 had got Bluetooth as well as -WI-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.
The tablet which is worth to 1.79 pounds has got a 1.5GHz Intel processor with the integrated HD graphics displayer which is apt for fundamental gaming. The IdeaPad also has a two-cell battery which has a duration as long as 6 hours as confided by Lenovo.
Who wants to pull a bullock cart when they can have a Honda car? Thus everybody is behind Android tablet or iPad rather than going for Windows tablet. While windows tablet has got all the features which are required for the tablet with Windows 7 inculcated in it, it always feel hooked on in the small touch-screen environs, which does not suit the tablet. Maybe Windows 8 will come up with those new features which will solve such issues, but now it appears that companies which are in the same phase like Lenovo have not yet given their hopes and when application ‘Lenovo App Manager’ installed on the current Idea Pad P1,it delivers improved application discovery as well as application switching. Though Windows tablets have all the characteristics it has got a long way to reach out the experience and layout of UI that the Android or WebOS or the iPad provides.
The Idea Pad P1’s price is not decided yet and it is found to be available around the end of 2011.

Lenovo® reveals specs of ThinkPad X220

Lenovo is known to market desktops, laptops, and software related services. In a year’s time, Lenovo’s market share increased to 10.4% from 8.6% in the previous year. Lenovo has now become the largest personal computer seller in China and the fourth largest seller of computers in the world. Lenovo is launching many new series of new laptops and is increasing the market very soon. Lenovo launched its series of ThinkPad X series laptops.

The new ThinkPad X series will be available from the month of April. This ThinkPad X series has the new X220 model. This model is known to be an improvement of its previously launched IdeaPad series. It has a long battery life, which is a much talked about topic in recent times. The battery of normal 9 cells gives a backup of 15 hours which can be extended to 24 hours by a 19 cell battery. The X220 has a USB port of 3.0 which enables file download at an extremely high speed which is almost 10 times the usual speed that USB port 2.0 provides. It has a 12.5 inch screen and is very portable. The other great feature is that it has a inbuilt 3G. It has a powerful CPU for faster processing.

The idea of the external battery of 19 cells is also causing a lot of excitement. If the ThinkPad X220 is switched on with a low multimedia mode the battery life increases to 30 %. The ThinkPad X220 has Intel’s turbo boost feature built in the system. With the help of this feature the system can perform well and the battery life can also be increased. All the user has to do is switch on the turbo boost mode of Intel.

Though the battery life is exciting its users the most, Lenovo has many other features to boast about in its newly launched ThinkPad X series. The other powerful specs include Intel’s new and latest Sandy Bridge Second Generation architecture processors. With the help of Sandy Bridge Second Generation architecture Lenovo provides i7, i5, or i3 processors. The screen is high definition with LED backlit display. The resolution provided by ThinkPad X220 is huge with the exact figures being 1366 x 768. It has a feature of in-plane switching which enables a better picture quality and a better view at wider angels.

Lenovo proudly announced that this ThinkPad X220 is ultraportable because it weighs less than 3 pounds.

AT&T® to Release Motorola® Atrix 4G

Motorola, Lenovo, Dell, HTC, and quite a few others are changing the dynamics of the smartphone and tablet market stoday. Technology and form factor are changing so rapidly that one wonders what products will be launched in years to come. With Intel, AMD, Tilera, NVIDIA, and others bringing in drastic changes in processor and chip technologies, innovations are being made in application technology in the smartphone and tablet markets.

Motorola like Lenovo and others is bringing to the fore products which will make the future of laptops, notebooks and netbooks redundant. This extreme shift in technology is catching some of us unawares. The Motorola Atrix is an apt example of what we refer above.

The Motorola Atrix 4G or WebTop as it is called is principally a smartphone which can be used as a fully functional laptop using a Dual Core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. It is the first smartphone using the PenTile QHD display with 24 bit graphics. The Atrix has also been called the Nirvana phone, with its docking hardware and super high resolution graphics display. The CES 2011 awarded the Motorola Atrix with over 9 awards in the smartphone category from various players in the market. Motorola Atrix is an Android based smartphone with 1 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, expandable by 32 GB, totaling to 48 GB, is expected to be a head turner.

The 4 inch PenTile QHD display, 540 x 960, touch based smartphone, with 5.0 MP Dual LED Flash camera, with full 1080 pixel video capture, supported via software, as also a VGA front facing camera for video conferencing, is impressive. The fingerprint scanner on the Android 2.2 / 2.3 with HSPA at 14.4 Mbps and NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core 1 GHz Cortex A9 with GE Force ULP, makes the Motorola Atrix a power packed, feature rich smartphone.

The accessories available as announced expanding the functionality of the Motorola Atrix 4G, include the Laptop Dock, the HD Multi-media Dock, the Vehicle Dock and the Standard Dock. The Motorola Atrix has redefined the logistics angle of smartphones – are we looking at carrying our laptops in our palms, or even beyond that” You can carry a mobile phone around, power packed, moving without the bulk of a laptop around, but performing as a laptop back at the home or office, where more computing power is essential, beyond what is available on the move. The Atrix has merged both the worlds of smartphone and desktop PC into one.

The sleek media player application, with powerful audio and video is something to reckon with. The docking station presently running the Android, with future Motorola version of Linux revisions probable has an interesting web browser app built in. Once docked in, the laptop station has interesting multi-tasking features enabled. The phone window within the WebTop display, easily togglable is also impressive. Make calls and receive phones with the in-built speaker phones and mic provided on the docking station, or even the Bluetooth headset, making the smartphone feature alive, even when docked.

Hybrid Laptop from Lenovo®

After its successful strategic decision almost six years ago, of acquiring IBM’s PC business, Lenovo has emerged as the world’s 4th largest PC vendor and the largest PC vendor in China. Recent reviews show Lenovo positioning itself as the 5th largest PC vendor in India and proving themselves as a brand to stand with. In India alone, Lenovo claims to have grown 60% year on year. With the evolution of All–in-Ones, the monitor integrated with the CPU concept, and, the smartphone as well as tablet markets emerging in a phenomenal way worldwide, Lenovo’s strategic hybrid smartphone and docking station, using two different operating systems, not only is an interesting innovation but, also a perspective changing product line.

With the battle of the iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7 raging, Lenovo has interestingly combined their hybrid product with the Android OS on the tablet and Windows OS on the docking station, making a very interesting combination. In India, the Mac market has been sluggish compared to the Windows platform on PCs, notebooks, netbooks and even servers. As far as India is concerned at least, the hybrid LePad and IdeaPad, with the benefit of both worlds, the Android world and the Windows arena, seem to be a winning strategy for Lenovo.

The U1 IdeaPad has been defined to be a Windows laptop with a detachable touch screen that functions as an Android tablet, independently called the LePad. The wonderful 8 hour battery life proposed and Intel i5-540UM Intel processor in the IdeaPad base, with a 1.3 GHz Snapdragon processor in the LePad, will definitely be an experience to remember. The 10.1 inch touch screen tablet, only half an inch thick, has a front facing camera for video chat. The wireless integration supporting WCDMA and EVDO connectivity is also an interesting introduction. The display resolution of 1280 x 800 HD with a 16 or 32 GB internal memory on the LePad, is also said to be an advantage. The IdeaPad with its Intel Core 1.2 GHz processor, 2 GB memory and 320 GB hard disk with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth running a Windows 7 OS, is formidable.

This product range is expected to hit the Indian market anytime in the second quarter of 2011, after its launch in China in March 2011. Interestingly after its massive success with desktops, laptops and notebooks and netbooks, Lenovo’s foray into the tablet market, with a new business group, focused exclusively on developing the facility, for creating unique mobile devices, is innovative.

Lenovo® Forms Tablet, Smartphone Product Group

Lenovo is well known in the US for its business laptops with the brand name ThinkPad. It has now formed a new group of businesses for developing Internet based electronic devices for consumers, including smart phones, digital TVs and tablet computers. Its recent announcement refers to the Chinese company Lenovo’s continuing thrust into the consumer markets outside China. In the year 2008, the company introduced its first type of consumer products in the US which is the IdeaPad line of personal computers.

Lenovo while making the announcement did not mention about launching any new sort of products, but concentrated mainly on the formation of the new group. Former senior vice president and presently president of the company for its product group, Liu Jun, will be heading the digital home and the mobile Internet business group. Liu is from Beijing and is the president of the new group.

Lenovo is contemplating the diversification of companies further than PCs into upcoming mobile devices like smart phones and tablet computers. Sales output for such types of electronic devices are poised to overtake the stagnant market for laptops and desktop computers. Forrester Research has predicted that tablet sales will double during the current year and it will attain the figure of more than twenty four million units as compared to the last year figure of nearly ten million units. According to the fourth quarter sales figure available for PCs in the United States, it has been observed that percentage wise drop is around 4.8 percent because of Apple’s tablets and iPad using the Android operating system of Google.

Lenovo has already stepped into the tablet market. In the Consumer Electronics Show held at Las Vegas during the current year, it launched the new product IdeaPad Slate comprising high resolution display and a tablet having 10.1 inch thickness. This tablet, about to be introduced in the market in the current year, will utilize Windows 7 and challenge the similar products available now in the market like Android and tablets from the manufacturers like Toshiba, Samsung, Motorola and many others. The company has also displayed the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid. This computer appears like a laptop, having a detachable display, and the user may carry it while moving like a tablet. Its screen is located in the chassis and the computer operates on Windows 7. The touch screen operates Android like a tablet. Lenovo has not yet confirmed when the product will be launched in the US market.

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