It’s all about the flare now. Laptops need to look cool, feel cool and have cool features that aren’t necessarily useful (I’m looking at you, Touch Bar) in order to appeal to the mass market, to appeal to that group of people who want to feel like they’re one of the elite. What about those of us who want all the performance, but without the frills?
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Lenovo‘s finally outed their very own gaming brand and it’s called Legion. The first two gaming laptops to join this new roster are mid-range to entry-level products with VR-gaming in mind.
Lenovo’s stepping up their 2-in-1 tablet game with the new Miix 720. I know this seems like an overused term but this new tablet is definitely looking like a proper Surface killer.
Capping off 2016, Lenovo Malaysia launches four new devices with affordability and a long-lasting battery life in mind. The four smartphones are the Lenovo K6 Note, K6 Power, P2 and entry-level A6600 smartphone. Here’s a quick look at what Lenovo’s served up.
Few tablets have caught my eye more than Lenovo‘s stunning Yoga Book. This sleek sci-fi looking tablet could very well be the next step in the development of the tablet as we know it. And now, you can buy one for yourself in Malaysia from below RM2,600.
Lenovo Malaysia has officially launched its PHAB2 series in our local market. Offering a large 6.4″ display, the PHAB2 comes in 3 different models – the PHAB2, PHAB2 Plus and the PHAB2 Pro.
Before the year is out, Lenovo Malaysia wants to end the year with a bang. They will be introducing two new products – the Yoga Book and the PHAB2 Pro with Google’s Tango technology.
The Moto Z and Moto Z Force are finally getting a taste of Android Nougat very soon. As announced on the Motorola official blog, the new Android 7.0 will begin its worldwide rollout to Moto Z models this week. For our region, there is no exact date as they have yet to update the software support page for Asia Pacific.
In the race to produce gaming rigs that are small in size but don’t compromise on power, Lenovo’s latest contender in the Malaysian market is their brand new IdeaCentre Y710 Cube. The question is: Is it gaming enough for you?