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When you think of business laptops, HP, Dell, and Lenovo come to mind. In this article, we will compare 3 laptops between these brands – one from each. We had one representative from each brand pick the current top selling laptop and will have each one go head to head….to head. Now, even though this article will only speak on 3 laptops, we intend to get an idea of how each company creates and innovates their product. We’ll let you make the choice on which brand truly makes the best laptops.

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Lenovo’s VP & General Manager of ThinkPad, Dilip Bhatia, recently announced Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet 10. This is arriving in June.

He mentioned that it is the attention to detail. For example, if you are in the moment, and want to take a picture with the tablet – why do you have to flick the screen – simply turn the flap to reveal the lens and it automatically turns the camera on. This was a wow-out-loud moment for me. You have to see it in action.

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Once again Lenovo shows their innovation inside their newest products, the ThinkPad Yoga and the 2nd gen X1 Carbon. Companies and industries can rejoice as Lenovo releases a business model Yoga. If you’re reading this article, you’re most likely doing or have already done your research on the Yoga and Carbon. I won’t get into the nitty-gritty of the laptops but rather just give you a brief overview on how I think it will feel and work in the average user’s hands.

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Everyone has their preferred hardware vendor. Let me tell you right off the bat that if you like Lenovo, you’ll love the X1 Carbon Touch. You've probably read enough reviews and watched enough demos to see if the Carbon Touch stacks up to your expectations so I'll just give you the highlights. 

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Windows 8 has hardware manufacturers reinventing their products and changing the norm. The new normal is now a future filled of multi-touch products. Amongst the variety of multi-touch products coming out, Lenovo has created two very cool windows 8 convertible ultrabook / tablets, the Yoga 13 and the Twist. Due to its numerous commercials the Yoga 13 is the manufacturer’s obvious favorite. The commercials are not only during football games, but also on ad spaces in popular social media forums such as Facebook and on internet radio like Pandora. The big question, is which one is actually better?