Previously known more for its TV and monitor line, Vizio seems to be pushing hard into the PC world. Whether or not there is room for Vizio or not remains unseen. That being said, they certainly have a few interesting looking offerings on hand. Vizio’s new range of Windows 8 devices include two all-in-one machines and...

Lenovo have also unveiled the Lenovo Twist. You can see the twisted screen, I needn’t say more about that. It has an Intel i7 processor, up to 8 GB of RAM, Intel Integrated Graphics, 320/500 GB – 7200 RPM drive or 128 GB SSD and a 720p front-facing camera. This will be available for $849 USD. No release date announced.

Lenovo have also just unveiled the Lenovo Lynx. This is a hybrid device – a PC that features an optional detachable keyboard dock. It  has a 1.8GHz Intel Atom dual core processor (Z2760), 2GB DDR2 RAM, 32/64GB eMMC storage, a 11.6″ IPS HD display, 5-point capacitive touch and a battery that claims 8 hours of life...

New hardware alert. Lenovo has just confirmed information about their Yoga 13 laptop. It will feature an Intel i7 processor, 13.3″ IPS display (1600 x 900), Intel HD 4000 graphics, up to 8GB DDR memory, 128/256GB SSD storage, 720p forward-facing camera. It weighs in at just 1.5KG (3.4 pounds) and will come with Windows...

There is no doubt that tablet usage is on the rise, but is a traditional tablet the best option for everyone? I personally don’t think so, for those with more business-oriented needs a tablet just doesn’t cut it, sure we wouldn’t mind have some tablet-like abilities, but a more laptop-like experience is just as...

Today we are taking a look at the Lenovo IdeaPad U300, one of the many new ultrabooks that has been arriving on scene as of late. So compared to the models we’ve reviewed so far, how does Lenovo’s option compare? We’ll find out, but first let’s start with the system specifications: 13.3” Display with a resolution of...

Some of us out there want a portable solution, but aren’t sure if we are better suited for a tablet or netbook. I mean, touch-tablets are more convenient and easier to use but it some aspects they just don’t do the job if you are looking for productivity uses like a netbook can. So what do you if you aren’t sure...