Lenovo Looking Into Mobile World As Well
We all know that one of the main objectives of CES events is to show off their early development and see the reactions, based on that the new products are launched.
Lenovo has been the biggest surprise during the CES 2012, showing their entertainment center all in one, televisions, computers, but this time also announced that they will bet on the cell phone business too.
They claim to be the first to introduce the phone “Intel” and will also be responsible for fully exploit their ultrabooks with Windows 8. The comments and criticisms have arisen and it is said that it is not a phone or a tablet, perhaps the new term “Tabletphone” will start being used?
The company is leading when presenting TV´s with Android 4.0, remote control all in one with the IdeaCentre, Ultrabooks and now mobiles with Intel as well.
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