- Lenovo Retains Lead Amidst Plunging PC Market
The decline in PC sales continues unabated with global PC shipments falling 10 per cent in 2013 to 314.6 million units according to IDC which said manufacturers were unable to stop the trend of consumers opting for tablets and smartphones instead.
During the October to December quarter, 82.2 million personal computers were shipped which was 5.6 per cent lower than the same time period in the previous year and marked the seventh consecutive quarterly decline.
- Lenovo To Roll Out Refreshes Of MIIX Hybrid
The Consumer Electronics Show this year was the perfect platform for most technology companies to show off their latest gadgets and Lenovo took the opportunity to come out swinging showing a range of devices targeted at a variety of users.
Of particular interest was the Lenovo MIIX 2 which is a three mode laptop that is detachable and offered in both 10-inch and 11-inch models. The modes include “tablet”, “stand” and “laptop” and the device is squarely aimed at a youth market. The MIIX 2 runs on Windows 8.1 and features a detachable AccuType Keyboard. The device measures just 0.36 inches thick and the 10-inch model weighs 1.3 pounds and is powered by a 64 bit quad core Intel processor with integrated graphics.
- Lenovo Refreshes Yoga Range Of Convertible Laptops
Lenovo has updated its non-Pro Yoga convertible laptops and has introduced the second iterations of its 11 inch and 13 inch devices. Both devices are now powered by an Intel processor, and run Windows 8.1. The previous version of the Yoga 11 was powered by and ARM processor and ran on Windows RT. The screen resolution is a decent 1080p and the laptops run on a fourth generation Core i5 with the professional version running on a Core i7. Lenovo has gotten rid of the SSD and replaced it with a 500GB HDD, but if you prefer you can opt for a 500 GB SSHD which is a hybrid.
- Lenovo Launches ThinkPad X1 Carbon And ThinkPad 8 At CES
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Lenovo showed off its third generation ThinkPad X1Carbon, which is officially the lightest 14 inch Ultrabook in the world. The Chinese PC maker also launched its 8 inch Windows 8 tablet the ThinkPad 8.
The latest iteration of the X1 Carbon is light weighing in at just 1.27 kg. The ultrabook is made from carbon fiber which is much lighter than either aluminum and magnesium but also happens to be stronger than either of those materials. The X1 comes with what Lenovo calls and Adaptive Keyboard that adjusts dynamically to either the application or software being used, highlighting the most important keys.
- Lenovo Reveals Flex 10 Specs
Lenovo has been quite innovative in the convertible laptop space building a number of models including the flexible and versatile Yoga series which has four different modes of operation. In contrast the Flex series has just two modes of operations. Lenovo already makes two dual mode devices the Flex 14 and Flex 15, however if you are price conscious you will probably want to think about the Flex 10 instead.
Dell All in One Touch Screen Desktops Australia
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Dell Australia User Reviews
Dell System : Dell Studio One 19 Desktop
User Rating : 5/5
User : Marie
Date : April 2010
User Review :
"I'd heard mixed reviews of touchscreen computers but after doing a bit of research I finally bit the bullet and went for a Studio one with Windows 7... and my advice to others? Go buy it! It runs super fast and is so easy to navigate and is great as it get rid of so many unnecessary cables."
Why Choose an All in One PC?
All in one touch screen PC’s offer a far more compelling option than the most recent set of low cost Ntebooks. They are cutting edge design usually with the latest touch technology, and are a sweet way to run a home entertainment centre.
- The touchscreen software library is growing day by day with decent photo, music and video applications already on offer that do support touch, and given the recent explosion in the handheld touch screen device segment, the amount of applications that support touch is only going to grow at an astronomical rate going forward.
Aside from the obvious aesthetic appeal of a touch screen, the all in one design has an even more appealing practicality. All-in-one PC’s basically get rid of the need of having any cables hanging about other than the standard power cable required to power the PC. If you are annoyed with all the cables and wires that usually end up being a real mess, then an all-in-one PC is for you. Obviously the all-in-one design also means your PC lends itself to being wall mounted, which is a pretty sweet way to impress your friends.
An all in one PC is a smart buy for the design conscious among you, if you’re one of those people who can’t help fiddling with the touch screen on your phone, you’ll probably dig having an all- in-one, with its much larger screens and bigger real estate to play with. Having a clean desktop with no wires or cabling protruding is a much neater way to live.
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Dell Touch Screen PC's with Windows 7
Dell PCs now come with with Windows 7 pre-installed which makes your everyday tasks fast, easy and hassle-free. This major upgrade of the Windows operating system has won acclaim from users and critics alike!
- The great news for touch screen users is that Windows 7 features Microsoft multitouch gestures directly into the operating system. This allows you to use similar gesutres you may have seen on an iPhone to pinch, push, rotate, and scroll items on screen.
- This means you can take control of your media by flicking, flipping and zooming in on images, as well as having advanced functionality when selecting music and movies with the touch of your hand. All very cool stuff and perfect for the home media centre which will make you the envy of your friends.