Switch Mode for Fn/Ctrl Keys: Start up

I am certain that you know it is nearly impossible to get the information to remain constantly well informed about the last development regarding notebook computers and textbooks. On this site you will access the new announcements in relation to what you would like to know.

Switch Mode for Fn/Ctrl Keys: Start up

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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ThinkPad logo plate: 4th generation

The fourth generation logo brings us to the current ThinkPad logo! In this generation the shape of the base is fit to the logo, emphasizing only the ThinkPad logo for a very simple design. The manufacturing method is the same as the third generation. There was much experimentation that led to us coming this far. Some of these experiments have included using an artificial ruby for the metalworked "i" character to create an extremely luxurious version and an iPod like (?) version using alumitSee Original Article

Passing on the Baton

A message from Sohichi Yokota

Greetings. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season.

My name is Sohichi Yokota and since April of last year, I have been the executive director at the Notebook Research and Development Center. This year I will be taking over management of the Yamato Blog from my colleague, Arimasa Naitoh.

Here at Lenovo, we see this blog as being an invaluable opportunity for us to hear the opinions, hopes and encouragement of the passionate fans of ThinkPadSee Original Article

Lenovo A1000, Built for Those Who Do

Ever since Apple launched its tablet in 2010, the growth for tablets has been reaching epic heights. It started to gain popularity because of their compact size and versatile functions. Tablets perform the function of both, laptops and smartphones. Not all can be used as a smartphone, but, most of the tablets these days come with a sim port. With a tablet, you can perform various functions, such as send emails, make and share presentations, watch movies, listen to music, play games, use applications, browse the internet and so on. When buying a tablet, you should look into aspects like screen size, battery, operating system, processor, storage space and such.

There are many brands that design, manufacture and market tablets and one such popular brand is Lenovo. Lenovo Group Ltd. was founded in the year 1984 in China. It is a multinational computer technology company that designs, develops, manufactures and sells computers, smart phones, workstations, tablets, servers, electronic storage devices and other such. Lenovo operates in more than 60 countries and its products are known for their technological innovations, trendy designs and affordable prices.

Lenovo Tablets:

Lenovo manufactures tablets using both the operating systems - Android and Windows. They produce a series of tablets, such as Lenovo Yoga series, Lenovo Idea Tab series and Lenovo A7 series.

Lenovo A1000:

This tablet was released by Lenovo in 2013 and ever since its launch it has gained immense popularity for its sleek design, features and reasonable price. Lenovo tablets falls under the budget conscious category and is priced approximately around Rs. 7,500. The Lenovo A1000 runs on Android v4.1 operating system and has 1.2 GHz dual core processor. This tablet provides lag-free and efficient performance and has a 7-inch HD display. It also has brilliant sound quality and is enriched with Dolby Digital Plus and has dual stereo speakers to enhance the sound quality. It has 0.3MP front camera which can be used for video calling. Also, the tablet has 4GB internal memory which can be expanded up to 32GB. It promises to offer 336 hours of standby time and 8 hours of browsing time. It has a powerful 3500 mAh Li-Po battery. Lenovo A1000 is loaded with features, such as accelerometer, G-sensor and vibration sensors and has in-built apps.

Where to buy Lenovo A1000?

You can buy Lenovo A1000 online or from authorized Lenovo showrooms. Shopping online for tablets is easy and some online shopping websites provide a compare option where you can compare between two or more tablets - their features, specifications and prices and make a smart buy. Some online shopping websites also provide fast delivery and secure payment options.

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