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Surface RT Vs Lenovo ThinkPad 2 Windows 8 Tablet

Did the release of Windows RT and Windows 8 loaded tablets make any difference in presence of iOS and Android based gadgets? We can’t say much about this but the war of Windows 8 tablets is beefing up since many manufacturers have either floated their flagship devices or Read More →

HP launches Envy x2 to take on Surface RT and iPad

HP’s new Envy x2 is a pricey little device that can well serve both the utilities of a tablet and a serious notebook. It runs the full version of Windows 8 and has all the ports that one would normally associate with a full fledged Read More →

ThinkPad Tablet 2 for $300 – Think Again!

If you were thinking of picking up a ThinkPad Tablet 2 for around $300, you had better think again. In an interview with WPCentral, Lenovo revealed the price tag of $799 for the new ThinkPad and its novel keyboard attachment. The ThinkPad Tablet 2 will run on the Read More →

EA Eyeing on Windows 8 for Its Mobile Games

As the release of the Windows 8 operating system and the Microsoft Surface Tablet is nearing, Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) is having talks with Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) to bring mobile games in the new operating system. EA believes that the new Windows 8 Read More →

ThinkPad Tablet 2 Is Ready and Happy to Compete With Microsoft Surface

Microsoft Surface Tablet, the one that has to come with the magical Windows 8 OS, is definitely the hottest unreleased gadget people are talking about. However, some companies who were earlier looking to debut their own versions of Windows 8 tablets, have either scrapped the plan Read More →

Microsoft Surface Tablet and Lenovo’s Next-Gen ThinkPad Tablet 2: Will There Be a Battle of the Best?

Twenty years after the first ThinkPad laptop was released by IBM, Lenovo, which acquired the brand ThinkPad in 2005, is now celebrating ThinkPad’s 20 years in the market through the introduction of its ThinkPad Tablet 2.

Dilip Bhatia, vice president and general manager Read More →

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