Lenovo continues its tradition of excellent Linux hardware support on the ThinkPad T14. Except minor issues with the built-in webcams and microphone.
My aging PC’s processor didn’t support a new Windows 10 security feature, enabled by default, causing it to become slow and unstable.
Lenovo Wi-Fi Security collects information about your device and networks. It can warn you about insecure networks, but it doesn’t proactively protect you.
The battery is dead, performance is terrible, and Lenovo abandoned its drivers. My Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro 1370 didn’t stand up to the test of time.
My experiences running Linux on the fifth-generation Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1. All but the GPS and fingerprint reader worked out of the box.
The Lenovo Companion app is supposed to keep your device’s drivers and firmware up-to-date. However, it won’t update your Lenovo PC’s TPM firmware.
Lenovo’s contender to the stick-PC market runs Windows 10 but doesn’t even have enough storage space to perform upgrades. Linux may be the better option.
How to swap out a poorly supported Broadcom Wi-Fi module in a laptop with a better and more modern Wi-Fi module from Intel.
A review of what Lenovo OneKey Optimizer is, how it works, whether it does anything useful, and should you uninstall it?
My experiences running Debian Linux on the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro 1370 laptop. What worked out of the box and what needed fixing.
Review after six weeks with the Yoga 3 Pro 1370 hybrid tablet/laptop from Lenovo. Unique features, but with poor performance.
Lenovo is in the dog-house over security issues and bundling adware on their PCs. February 2015 was the month of regret for recent Lenovo laptop customers.
My keyboard has a detachable Micro-USB connector, and I love it! It makes it so easy to quickly charge and connect my other devices.