With a new generation of proccesors and GPUs comes a new generation of computers for many companies. Arguably the two biggest innovators in this field are Lenovo and Apple. While most of Apple's lineup is essentially the same with updated internals, the Macbook Pro with Retina Display stands out with top-of-the-line hardware and design. On the opposite side of the world, Lenovo has been pumping out a bunch of different designs. We see multiple ultrabooks, tablets, and even a phablet! Read on to find out what's new.Read More
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We know CES doesn't start until tomorrow but lucky for us developers are letting us get a glimpse of their showcases beforehand. Just recentyly, Lenovo introduced the 55in Android Enabled 3d HDTV IdeaTV k91. The T.V uses a 1.5 Ghz dual core snapdragon APQ8060, 1 gig of ram, 8 gigs of integrated storage, usb 2.0 connectivity, Wi-fi. HDMI, and an SD card slot to run Android and give the viewer access to Lenovo's cloud services as well as downloadable apps.
It also supports voice control (which is really cool), and facial recognition (it has a 5 megapixel camera as well).
Despite the fact that we don't know any pricing and the fact that I find 3D a little gimmicky, the IdeaTV k91 is on the top of my wishlist right now. I really wouldn't mind having this T.V as my T.V/moniter. I'm excited to see the details of the voice recognition because it would be cool to sit on my bed and tell my T.V to start watching Bing Bang Theory. What do you guys think? Think this to too flashy to be a nice product?