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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Could be good for a workhorse system
ThinkPad X1 variant due 2020.
Loose screw to blame.
Could invest, could form another JV.
Bundled package survives OS wipe.
Would require "significant sales."
$1.5 billion, ten-year deal rumoured.
Press reports dismissed as 'inaccurate.'
Company not confident in the Modern UI.
Sees serious growth in the post-PC market.
Lenovo has announced a pair of new display technologies ready for its Windows 7 devices.
Lenovo is to announced the W700ds ThinkPad at CES next month, with an on-board digitising pad and a second 10.6" screen which deploys from the main 17" display.
Lenovo, producers of the popular ThinkPad notebook range, has decided to cease offering Linux as a choice at the consumer market level - leaving Windows as the only option.
Lenovo has announced the ThinkStation line of workstations, and has released specifications on two models currently planned.
The USB Implementers Forum has certified the first six products to carry the Certified Wireless USB logo. Could Bluetooth be on the way out?
Indiana State University is implementing a campus-wide rollout of Lenovo IBM ThinkPads, saying they'll give students more opportunities to learn.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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