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MSFT Partners for $299 VR

At a Windows 10 and Surface press conference in New York City, Microsoft Corp. announced it was partnering with Acer, Asus, Dell, Hewlett Packard and Lenovo to bring Windows 10 virtual reality headsets to market at prices that will start at $299 retail. The OEMs will take advantage of VR and augmented reality support built into Microsoft's Edge browser.
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Razer Partners With Lenovo

DEC. 1, 2015 • At last week’s DreamHack festival in Jönköping, Sweden, Razer Inc. and Lenovo Group Ltd. announced their partnership to globally co-brand and co-market special Razer Edition models of Lenovo’s Y series desktop gaming PCs. While showing off a prototype at the LAN party and computer festival, actual details on component specifications and […]


Lenovo Preps eBox

AUG. 27, 2010 • The motion control spotlight has been on the PlayStation Move and Microsoft Kinect. But by next spring there will be another motion control introduction, the eBox in China. A controller-less, web cam system like the Kinect, eBox has been developed by Beijing eedoo Technology Ltd., a spin-off from the Lenovo Group. […]


Motion-Control Lenovo Desktop

JAN. 4, 2009 • Lenovo intends to release an all-in-one desktop PC during 2009 that includes a wireless motion-sensitive game controller that mimics the input device from Nintendo’s Wii. The remote can also be used to operate the television functions of the PC, The computer maker intends to include a bundle of motion-input games with […]