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Lenovo Makes New Product Announcements Ahead of CES 2016

Lenovo X1Just ahead of CES 2016, Lenovo has sent a teaser email with some new commercial product announcements, including new premium X1 products and Think devices.

Products introduced today include:
– X1 Yoga, X1 ThinkPad and X1 Tablet
– ThinkPad T460s, T460, T560, T460p, X260, L460, L560 and X24 Pro
– ThinkPad 13 Windows
– ThinkPad Stack Mobile Projector
– ThinkCentre-in-One 22 and 24
– Lenovo YOGA 900 BE
– MIIX 700 BE

Specs and additional info will be learned as CES 2016 progresses. Stay tuned.

Remember, you can contact us via @LifeOnMyMobile Twitter with questions you have about CES 2016.

Lenovo announces four new smartphones just ahead of CES 2014

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We are expecting lots of new product announcements from CES 2014, but Lenovo has announced four new smartphones just a few days ahead of CES. The smartphones from Lenovo all run Android, and bear the following model names: Vibe Z, S930, S650, and the A859. All run on Android 4.2 except the Vibe Z, which runs Android 4.3. Screen size also varies between devices, with the smallest at 4.7″ to the largest at a large 6.0″ screen.

All seem like some very good Android devices, but none are currently available for sale in the U.S. Check out the links above to get more details on the devices.

Lenovo will be setting up shop at the AquaKnox Restaurant in the Venetian during CES, and we will be there to check out all of their latest and greatest products. Stay tuned over the next week for updates.

Lenovo To Launch Budget Android Tablet

HP was forced to liquidate their webOS TouchPad’s at $99 and for a tablet with no know future, they sold out near instantly.

Lenovo is going to try it’s hand at a very valued priced tablet. The hardware and software is nothing to get excited. The A1 will be running Android 2.3, no word on future availability of Honeycomb. A front and rear facing camera, 18 and 32GB models with SDCard support, 1 GHz single core processor and a 7″ screen. Read more