Category: Hardware

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Lenovo Explorer review

Lenovo Explorer is Lenovo’s Windows Mixed Reality headset. It is designed to be affordable ($399/399€/399£), and to allow anyone to experience the world of MR. Microsoft tries to push the barrier of entry low by making WMR work on all kinds of PCs – no dedicated gaming machine is required....

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Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock announced

At CES 2018 Lenovo announced the Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock. The dock connects to the computer using a Thunderbolt 3 (TB3) connections and allows the computer to use an NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics card with 4GB of graphics memory. Essentially it adds a dedicated graphics chip to the notebook!...

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ThinkPad X1 Yoga battery replacement

My ThinkPad X1 Yoga battery has started getting battery wear, and I also suspected something was not entirely well with this battery. Here is the story of my X1 Yoga battery replacement. Story of two ThinkPads We ordered two ThinkPad X1 Yogas when they first appeared in 2016. The other...

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Lenovo Yoga 720 review (13 inch)

I got a chance to review the 13 inch version of Lenovo’s Yoga 720. I found it to be a lovable and great little machine, that could be suitable to just about anyone. As the Yoga family keeps growing, what makes this contender different from the rest? The review unit was...

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The Lenovo Yoga Book

Lenovo introduced the Yoga Book in 2016, and it has been a success for the company. A machine that emphasizes digital creation and a great tool for artists. But how does it fare for more regular types of computer usage – I am a programmer after all. Read on to...

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Miix 510: Night mode for better sleep

A few years back several research indicated that blue light can be harmful for sleeping. It interferes with melatonin production in the brain. Are you reading a smartphone or tablet at night? Maybe even in bed right before sleeping? This might mean that it affects the sleep you are getting....