by DanCooper

How would you change Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet 2?
When it comes to Windows laptops, Lenovo has the knack of making some of the best. It’s a talent that the company has put to good use in its tablet and hybrid devices, like the ThinkPad Tablet 2. When we reviewed it, we’d have handed it an editor’s choice -- if we did that sort of thing. Great battery life, fantastic keyboard dock, a great pen and wide viewing angles, what more could you want? Admittedly, the Bluetooth was a bit wonky, Pen support too, and the USB port didn’t support... Read more →

by zerohalo

Classic Gaming
I'm pretty much sold on getting this tablet after having read numerous reviews praising its build quality and features. One thing that no one talks about is its ability to play games. I'm not talking about screaming awesome 3D gaming, but what about older games? For example, could it play Baldur's Gate w/o lag? What about some basic 3D games that are quite old, like Knights of the Old Republic?
I love the idea of playing old RPG's on this thing from Steam or GOG.com. Getting a yes on this...

by marc

Will touchscreens become a standard feature on laptops?
As we've just seen from IFA 2012, a lot of manufacturers will be rolling out touchscreen laptops (and a few desktops) in the coming months, including Dell, Sony, Samsung, HP, Lenovo and Acer. These new models will, of course, be tied to the launch of the touch-friendly Windows 8 operating system, and will also compete against Microsoft's own Surface tablets.
While some of the new models will run the scaled-down Windows RT, and will be more... Read more →