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Tag Archives: Lenovo

Lenovo finally launching Tab 4 range starting with Tab 4 10.1″ At The Good Guys for $329

The first of Lenovo’s 2017 Android tablets announced at Mobile World Congress has appeared for sale overnight at The Good Guys. Lenovo Australia’s Android Tablet page is yet to be updated. Priced at $329 the Lenovo Tab 4 10.1″ 16GB Tablet is $20 less than we were expecting based on information …

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SanDisk has partnered with leading manufacturers to offer a faster mobile app experience

Memory maker SanDisk has announced this week that they’ve released a new 256GB Extreme version of their A1 microSD Card. Partnering with leading manufacturers HTC, Huawei, Lenovo, MediaTek, Oppo, ZTE and more, the new card will take full advantage of the new A1 specification. When paired with a compatible device …

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Rumour: Mysterious Moto device pops up out of nowhere – could possibly be a Moto X 2016/17 handset

It would seem that Motorola/Lenovo are working a new, mysterious device which has leaked out thanks to our favourite serial leaker, Evan Blass. #mysterymoto [image courtesy of: https://t.co/aZBJ5h3SiA] pic.twitter.com/zFS5UNabWF — Evan Blass (@evleaks) October 18, 2016 The leak which mainly comes in thanks from Stephen MacLeod, a Toronto-based image production …

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Lenovo has launched a neat little Miracast and DLNA enabled pocket projector

Lenovo launched a couple of cool media focused tablets at Mobile World Congress, but that’s not the only media related product they’ve announced. Lenovo has announced they will soon begin selling a Miracast and DLNA enabled pocket projector. The Lenovo Pocket Projector is specifically designed with smartphones, particularly Android phones …

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Lenovo Australia opens a new e-store for education offering up to 35% off their entire range

As the new school year gets under way, Lenovo Australia has launched a new online education store, offering a discount to teachers and students on Lenovo hardware and services. The new store, which is accessible via a login, requires a ‘.edu.au’ or ‘.k12’ email address to access, but offers a …

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