security
Lenovo Flaw Could Let Hackers Bypass Fingerprint Scanners on Some PCs

Earning a high severity level from Lenovo’s own security advisory, anyone currently using a select number of the company’s Thinkpad, ThinkStation, and Thinkcentre systems should know that there’s an important vulnerability that needs to be fixed. Read More >>

laptops
My Adventure With an 11-Year-Old Thinkpad

I’m sitting here, looking at a screen that’s way too tall waiting, seconds turning into minutes, just so I can log into Windows. Thank god I didn’t have to cold boot. Five minutes later, when my laptop finally approaches a functioning state, I reach down to move the mouse cursor over the Slack icon only to be greeted with a bare patch of hard black plastic — then I remember my 11-year-old Thinkpad doesn’t even have a touchpad. This isn’t going to be nearly as fun as I thought. Do I even try to install Photoshop? Screw it, let’s go nuts. But before getting any deeper in this wasteland of retro tech, let me back up and explain how I got here. Read More >>

laptops
25 Years On, We Asked Lenovo About The ThinkPad

The ThinkPad is 25 years old. The first ThinkPad may not have been the first laptop, but it was the first with a colour display. Along the way, there's been a swathe of pioneering innovations — the first CD and DVD, the first Wi-Fi, the first laptop into space. Read More >>

computers
Lenovo’s Windows Tablet Has a Module For Every Need

Full-fat Windows tablets are taking their sweet time catching on with the general public, but if you’re not pulling the trigger because they aren’t quite versatile enough, Lenovo’s master-of-all-trades Thinkpad X1 could be the ticket. Read More >>

laptops
A Supercapacitor Stylus is The Best Thing About Lenovo’s New Laptops

Lenovo has announced a couple of new Thinkpad Yoga convertible laptops at IFA. Mostly, they’ve got the kind of upgrades you’d expect: thinner, faster, lighter. But as it happens, the most exciting thing is the decades-old tech powering the Yoga’s new Wacom stylus. Read More >>

computers
Would You Buy This Retro ThinkPad Stuffed With Modern Tech?

What goes around comes around, especially when it comes to design aesthetics. Now Lenovo design VP David Hill gas dreamed up a new concept: an old-school ThinkPad stuffed with ultra-modern guts. Would you buy one? Read More >>

accessories
The Think Stack is a Modular Monolith That Can Declutter Your Desk

I've got Bluetooth speakers and battery packs and wires all over my desk. I'm a slob and it's a problem. A problem that Lenovo's new Think Stack accessories look like they could solve. They're like little magnetic Lego pieces that snap all your clutter into one cube(ish thing). Read More >>

laptops
The Thinkpad X1 Carbon is Getting its Buttons Back

The Thinkpad X1 Carbon, still one of the slickest ultrabooks out there, got a refresh last year that took replaced its row of function keys with an adaptive, touchscreen strip. This year, there's good news for button-fans everywhere: the keys are back. Read More >>

laptops
Lenovo’s New Thinkpad Helix: A Full, Fanless PC in an iPad-Size Body

Lenovo introduced its Helix detachable last year, with a 11.6-inch, 1080p screen, a beefy Intel Core i5 chip inside and a battery-boosting keyboard dock. Pretty much a Surface Pro. This year it's back with a new, slimmer body and it's one of the first gadgets out there to rep Intel's newest "Core M" brains. Read More >>

laptops
Lenovo Just Made the X1 Carbon Cooler

The first Carbon X1 did the impossible by making business laptops cool. Now, the newest version of the 14-inch ThinkPad is even cooler, thanks to some minor improvements and the addition of an adaptive keyboard. Read More >>

techversary
Happy 20th to the ThinkPad: The First Laptop in Space

The ThinkPad is a legendary machine—it's been in space, it's displayed in the Museum of Modern Art, and as of today, the classic computer is 20 years old. Happy birthday, old guy. Read More >>

ultrabooks
Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon: The Ultralight, Semi-Rugged Carbon Fibre Ultrabook

Tablets may be the next big thing in mobile computing, but don't count out ultrabooks just yet. At least not until you've given Lenovo's Thinkpad X1 Carbon—a feather-weight, carbon fibre workhorse a closer look. It's tough, it's light, and you don't have to be an office drone to crave it. Read More >>