Lenovo Stories August 1
Shopping for a Chromebook is a fairly subjective process, but my personal favorite and daily driver has been the Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630, as it’s the only Chromebook on the market with an optional 4K display (for now). Since its release, other Chromebooks have bested it for performance, by offering more RAM and a faster processor. Lenovo appears to be responding by preparing a new model of the Yoga Chromebook C630, with an i7 and even higher performance than before.
Lenovo Stories July 31
In the Chrome OS world, Lenovo is one of the biggest names currently. That’s especially true of mid-range options, where the affordable C330 has become very popular. Today, a teaser video uploaded by Lenovo reveals a trio of mid-range C340 Chromebooks with processor upgrades and much more.
Lenovo Stories June 3
Google Assistant is slowly making its way into every part of our lives, and I for one am not complaining. Since launch, I’ve had a Google Home or a Nest Hub somewhere in my bedroom for controlling my lights and alarms. Now, those are being replaced by the Lenovo Smart Clock, and I think it’s the only Google Assistant device you should have in your bedroom. Here’s why.
Lenovo Stories May 4
Years ago, Chromebooks were essentially just for those seeking ultra low-cost internet machines. Now, Google’s Chrome OS can be found on more expensive machines that are well worth their cost. If you’re looking to stick with the basics though, there are still options, and the Lenovo Chromebook C330 might be the best one of them all.
Lenovo Stories March 28
Upcoming Lenovo Z6 Pro might be first to market with a 100-megapixel camera
The upcoming Lenovo Z6 Pro could be the first smartphone to market with a 100-megapixel camera if a new statement by the company is to be believed.
Lenovo Stories March 5
Lenovo is currently making one of the best workhorse Chromebooks we’ve ever seen with the Yoga Chromebook. The 15-inch monster is one of our top recommendations for Chrome OS at the moment, but strangely, the less expensive FHD models have disappeared from sale on the company’s official site.