One of the hardest things when starting a new tech blog is getting review units to review for you, our readers. Fortunately for us, Lenovo was among the first to give us a chance and as a result we’ve been able to review quite a few Lenovo products for you. Another hurdle for us here at Techaeris — and we’ve mentioned it more than a couple of times in the past — is finding funds to go to events like the annual CES (Consumer Electronics Show) without overloading our website with ads.
Through our relationship with Lenovo, they’ve offered to partially sponsor our trip to CES 2020 once again this year. As part of our partnership, we will have early access to Lenovo news from CES 2019 and this page will serve as a central hub for news and video as it comes in.
Our readers who enjoy products from other vendors as well need not worry, as we’ll have you covered with a variety of other products as they are unveiled at CES this year as well.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is the world’s first foldable PC
January 6: Back in May of 2019 Lenovo jumped on the foldable device train with a teaser of the ThinkPad X1 Fold. Now, CES 2020 is here and the company is officially announcing the ThinkPad X1 Fold which will be released mid-2020. Foldable displays seem to be the way we’re heading and each release of a device should bring improvements. Hopefully, Lenovo has learned some things from Samsung and Huawei in regards to consumer-level foldable devices.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus features e-Ink cover display
January 6: Lenovo is in full swing here at CES 2020 and has already introduced some innovative devices. The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus is one of their latest announcements and it features an e-Ink cover display for improved productivity and focus while multitasking.
The Lenovo Ducati 5 laptop has an eye-catching design
January 6: CES 2020 is well underway with many brands showcasing and announcing devices before the official show opening. Lenovo is one of those brands and today they announced the all-new Lenovo Ducati 5 laptop. This is in partnership with the Italian motorcycle brand Ducati and is sure to make fans smile. Lenovo is Ducati’s key technology partner and it seemed only natural to team up on a Ducati branded laptop, sadly not available in North America.