Lenovo is going to release their next laptop in the T-series line. It’s not just an ordinary laptop, it’s an Ultrabook.
The new ultrabook from Lenovo is called the ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook. It’s an another addition of the long line T-series laptops that are the foundations of the office workers that uses Lenovo. T431s is considered an enterprise-class high performance laptop. The chassis is made up of new materials such as magnesium and carbon fiber compared to the previous T-series laptops. Designed for both durability and performance
ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook supports Intel Core i5 . . . → Read More: Lenovo ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook will be Available in April 2013
Razer has finally exposed the product behind its mysterious “PC Gaming is NOT Dead” website, which declared in a rather V for Vendetta tone that on August 26th the company would turn the PC gaming upside down.
At exactly 12 noon, EST Razer exposed its “Blade” gaming notebook, stating it the “World’s first true gaming laptop.” The last bit of marketing bait left us a small piece puzzled; certainly viewers of Razer has heard of such makers as Alienware and Voodoo PC? However the machine does appear shocking: it has that easy Apple artistic with nothing . . . → Read More: ‘Blade’ Gaming Laptop, Unveiled by Razer
HP has started shoving out its OTA TouchPad update as anticipated, carrying webOS 3.0.2 to the 9.7-inch tablet. The latest firmware boosts performance and dependability, HP claims, in addition to boosting attachment rendering speed in the email app and jerking how punctuation is automatically added in when you type words like “can’t.”
There are as well speed boosts to the calendar app, streamlining the process when adding new events and searching through existing appointment. Album art in the music app is re-hopped and there is apparently less possibility of hopping when the 1.5 GHz dual-core processor . . . → Read More: OTA TouchPad Carries webOS 3.0.2
Jon Rubenstein, ex Palm CEO, is walking away from his central role in webOS supervision at HP, with Stephen DeWitt of the personal system team walking in to take control of the TouchPad and Smartphone platform. The current role of Rubenstein as senior vice president for production modernization for the personal systems group will let him to “leverage his experience with consumer products to propel innovation across a broad range of areas”; on the other hand, that is not restoring the confidence of TouchPad owners, who are worried that HP is reducing its eagerness for the webOS platform.
. . . → Read More: Former Palm CEO Rubenstein, Hands Off with the HP WebOS