Tagged: thinkpad

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ThinkPad X1 Yoga review

The ThinkPad X1 range of notebooks have been the top of the ultrabook range for Lenovo in the last few years. This year Lenovo released a version that combines the best of the X1 Carbon and the Yoga 2-in-1 convertible computers. This is the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Pros and Cons...

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Which way to bend? (Yoga Guide)

Update 26.4.2016: I published a new article with a link to a companion web app for this article. You can more interactively compare the different Yoga models there. I also added a reference to this web app to this original article. Update 22.6.2016: As this article gets a lot of views, I...

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OneLink+ dock pictures

The OneLink+ dock works with the ThinkPad Yoga 260 and the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Click on the link above to see some pictures of it. The ThinkPad Yoga line does not have a traditional docking port, that is usually at the bottom of the notebook. Instead they rely on the...

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ThinkPad Compact Keyboard

I purchased a ThinkPad Compact Keyboard, the USB cable variant – there is also a bluetooth one. It feels just like a great ThinkPad notebook, and works great with my current desk-setup (dual monitors). Click the link above to view my album on Flickr. And it also works great with...

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ThinkPad Stack and Raspberry Pi

Did you know that you can power a Raspberry Pi from your ThinkPad Stack? The ThinkPad Stack is a modular device that has four parts (currently), one being a mobile battery. The battery is able to provide enough power to power it up and keep it running, even with some light...

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#LenovoLaunch and #LenovoIFA

At the Lenovo Launch event in Berlin, Lenovo announced a lot of new products, including tablets, notebooks, smartphones. Also announced a phablet called … surprise surprise … the Lenovo PHAB. Here are my first impressions from Berlin. Disclaimer: I was invited to these events by Lenovo and I am a...