It's almost as though the snow is accumulating on our ThinkPad. Snow made of dust... Thermal management technology is commonly acknowledged as a core technology of ThinkPad. The technology continues to develop each year, but as the intake of air increases, the amount of dust and lint sucked in along with it also increases. This dust and lint impedes the flow of air inside the computer and the ability of the fan to dissipate heat suffers. As a result, when the tSee Original Article
As we committed in a previous post, Switch Mode for Fn/Ctrl Keys: Follow-up, all new ThinkPads - the ThinkPad X100e, Edge 13", T410s, T410, T510, and W510 - announced at CES have the Fn and Ctrl key swap implemented in BIOS. Please enjoy the new happy typing experience.
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Today is our last day at Yamato. Thank you all for this last quarter century of good memories. The name "Yamato Lab" will be kept alive even at our new home in Yokohama. Your continued support of Yamato Thinking is greatly appreciated.
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Following on from Developers on the X1 Carbon - Industrial Design, we once again speak directly with the developers.
In this second piece the Product Development Manager and Technical Project Manager leading the Yamato development team discuss the project. Both are veteran developers responsible for many X series products. The same team also led development of the original X1.
- The X1 Carbon will be the first Ultrabook™ in the ThinkPad X Series.
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Lenovo A1000 an Affordable and an Amazing Tablet
A tablet is a mobile computer which has a display circuitry and a battery, both in a single unit. They are equipped with sensors, such as - cameras, microphone, accelerometer and touchscreen. Tablets come in portable sizes, they have a reliable operating system and are available in affordable prices.
Lenovo is a multinational computer technology company, which is headquartered in China as well as in United States. Lenovo designs, manufactures and markets PC's, laptops, smartphones, workstations, electronic storage devices and smart televisions. Lenovo operates in more than 60 countries and markets its products in around 160 countries.
Lenovo tablets are designed in a way to fit your pocket and lifestyle. They are powered by Windows 8 or Android operating systems. They manufacture a wide range of tablets - Lenovo yoga series, S series, A series and Lynx. Lenovo tablets run efficiently and quietly consuming less power and less strain to the internal components.
The Lenovo A1000 supports voice calling with SIM support, you can use the Lenovo A100 like a tablet as well as a phone. The Lenovo A1000 is a lightweight tablet which fits the pockets comfortably and easily. This tablets runs on MT8317 Dual-Core Processor 1.2 Ghz with an operating system - Android 4.1.2 Jellybean. The Lenovo A1000 has 1GG RAM and an internal storage capacity of 4GB/8GB/16GB and an expandable storage capacity up to 32GB, you can choose an appropriate one based on your need. The battery used in the A1000 is a 3500mAh Li-Polymer providing a powerful battery life, you can browse up to 8hrs using WiFi, watch 6hrs of video playback and a stand-by up to minimum 2 weeks. The sound clarity in the Lenovo A1000 is amazing, they use the Dolby Digital Technology. All these features make Lenovo A1000 one of the best budget tablet.
Where to buy Lenovo A1000?
You can buy Lenovo A1000 online as well as in retail stores. Before purchasing any electronic goods/devices, it is important to do a lot of research on them. Understanding the features and specifications of the device is very important. Some online shopping websites provides an option to compare between different devices in the same category, making it easy for the buyer to decide. It is also very important to read reviews online and then make a smart buying decision. Shopping online is easy, safe and convenient. Some online shopping websites also provide easy return policies to ensure that you have a satisfying shopping experience.