Lenovo is currently testing an ‘Ultra Quiet Mode’ for its laptops

Lenovo is the largest PC maker in the world and it sells millions of laptops every year. The company has a wide range of premium as well as budget laptop options in the market. So it’s natural that the company tests out a number of new features to improve the experience of its users. One such feature, currently being tested, is the ‘Ultra Quiet Mode’.

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According to a Chinese media website, Lenovo is testing a new ‘Ultra Quiet Mode’ on some of its notebooks in China. This particular feature can be turned on via the laptop’s BIOS setup. Once switched on, the CPU fan will enter a dynamic mode where it will automatically switch to the Ultra Quiet Mode when the laptop is not under stress. It will go back to the normal mode when the CPU needs cooling.

Some people are naturally more sensitive to a laptop fan’s whining noise. For them, this feature can be really useful. Unfortunately, we have no word on when this ‘Ultra Quiet Mode’ will be rolled out to Len..

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Lenovo M10 FHD REL tablet launched; 10.1-inch display, SD450 and 7,000 mAh battery

Lenovo mobile phones haven’t got a presence in India but the brand’s Android tablet line has continued to coast on stronger. The line has got a new product dubbed Lenovo M10 FHD REL. Let’s take a look at the specification and design of the tablet.

The Lenovo M10 FHD REL tablet features a 10.1-inch IPS LCD panel with fairly thick bezels on all sides. The display comes with a Full HD resolution. The device equally packs a 5MP camera at the front for selfies. The camera is placed in a landscape direction. It is also equipped with dual front-facing speakers. The device packs a single 8MP rear camera located at the top-right edge when the tablet is placed in the landscape orientation.

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Specs-wise, the Lenovo M10 FHD REL tablet is powered by a Snapdragon 450 chipset paired with 3GB RAM. There is also 32GB of internal storage onboard which can be expanded via the microSD slot. The device runs on Andro..

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Lenovo M10 FHD REL tablet arroves with SD450 and 7,000 mAh battery

Samsung Galaxy Note10 review Lenovo may no longer be selling its smartphones in India but the company’s Android tablet line is still going strong and the latest entrant is the M10 FHD REL. It packs a 10.1-inch FHD IPS panel with fairly thick bezels, a 5MP selfie cam and dual front-facing speakers. The back hosts a single 8MP camera.
The Snapdragon 450 powers the whole thing with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage which can be expanded via the microSD slot. The software front is covered by Android 9 Pie.
The tablet packs a beefy 7,000 mAh battery which sadly charges over microUSB. Other notable features include dual-band Wi-Fi, a 3.5mm audio jack and an FM Radio tuner.
The M10 FHD REL is already available online for INR 13,990 ($196/€178). There is no word on a international roll-out for now.
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Lenovo M10 FHD REL tablet arrives with SD450 and 7,000 mAh battery

Samsung Galaxy Note10 review Lenovo may no longer be selling its smartphones in India but the company’s Android tablet line is still going strong and the latest entrant is the M10 FHD REL. It packs a 10.1-inch FHD IPS panel with fairly thick bezels, a 5MP selfie cam and dual front-facing speakers. The back hosts a single 8MP camera.
The Snapdragon 450 powers the whole thing with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage which can be expanded via the microSD slot. The software front is covered by Android 9 Pie.
The tablet packs a beefy 7,000 mAh battery which sadly charges over microUSB. Other notable features include dual-band Wi-Fi, a 3.5mm audio jack and an FM Radio tuner.
The M10 FHD REL is already available online for INR 13,990 ($196/€178). There is no word on a international roll-out for now.
Source | Via
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Lenovo Chromebook C340’s value wins over durability of the ASUS C214

Lenovo Chromebook C340-11

Great for everyone

$260 at Best Buy (32GB)

$320 at Amazon (64GB)

Pros

64GB models available
Shinier, prettier look
Better keyboard

Cons

Not as durable
Harder to find right now
No stylus option

Lenovo knocked it out of the park with the C340-11, giving us a nice look to an affordable Chromebook that would fit in at a busy office, crowded classroom or home on the couch. Whether you want a pink Chromebook or just want a light-duty laptop that can go all day, this is for you.

ASUS Chromebook Flip C214

For kids and klutzes

$350 at Amazon

Pros

Rugged and rubberized
Built-in stylus model available
Spill resistant keyboard

Cons

More expensive for 32GB models
64GB models are impossible to find
Not as beautiful a machine

The C214 shares much of the same hardware and capability as the Lenovo C340-11, but instead of being gussied up for the mass market, ASUS prepped the C214 for the war zone that is academia. Rubberized edges, reinforced ports, and a styl..

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Lenovo is taking students into the future with Lenovo VR Classroom 2

A more affordable, complete solution built on Lenovo's own educational software.

What you need to know

Lenovo VR Classroom 2 is a complete kit for teaching with VR, including all the hardware and software needed.
The new headset is still powered by Android, but uses Lenovo's ThinkReality platform instead of Google's Daydream platform.
The headset is available through the educational distribution channels and offers 3DoF movement with a motion controller.

Lenovo isn't giving up its vision of a VR-centric classroom, despite the death of Google's Daydream VR platform that powered Lenovo's previous-generation VR Classroom hardware. Lenovo VR Classroom 2 is a brand new standalone VR headset with three degrees of freedom (3DoF) movement and a motion controller that looks incredibly similar to the one that came with the previous-generation Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset. Lenovo is designating this kit as a complete solution for teaching with VR, as it provides ..

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