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Act fast: Claim 3 free months of Stadia Pro, no purchase necessary

Act fast: Claim 3 free months of Stadia Pro, no purchase necessary

If you've been meaning to try the pro tier of Google's streaming games platform, then you have some quick work to do to try it for free. Lenovo is offering anyone three months of Stadia Pro for free, if you sign up to its Legion Gaming community. You'll also have to jump through a few other hoops, but we've confirmed that it's working for new users in the US, at the very least.

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Lenovo's new gaming phone snaps in half like a graham cracker

Lenovo's new gaming phone snaps in half like a graham cracker

Lenovo's Legion Phone Duel 2 is one of the weirdest designs we've seen in a long time, even for a gaming phone. With two fans mounted on the back and a crazy mechanized front-facing camera built into the power button, it's certainly an eye-catching device. Unfortunately for Lenovo, recent gaming phones have gained a reputation for being fragile in your hands, and the Duel 2 continues that trend.

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Lenovo announces Legion Phone Duel 2, and it's even crazier than we first thought

Lenovo announces Legion Phone Duel 2, and it's even crazier than we first thought

Lenovo has officially announced its newest gaming phone, the Legion Phone Duel 2. A leak from earlier this week already revealed precisely what this strange device looks like, and now that we have all of the details, things are even stranger than expected. Lenovo is boasting twin-fan internal cooling, which explains the bizarre placement of the camera bump. Another oddity is the return of the landscape pop-up camera. Of course, since this is a gaming device, it will offer touch-sensitive triggers for easy button mapping and high framerate support. Availability for the Legion Phone Duel 2 starts this month in China, and the device is coming to select markets in Europe and Asia-Pacific in May.

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Lenovo's new gaming phone has leaked and it looks weird as hell

Lenovo's new gaming phone has leaked and it looks weird as hell

One of the oddly enduring trends of the last few years is "gaming phones," designs that have been tweaked (sometimes dramatically) for mobile gaming performance. Lenovo made one with its Legion gaming brand last year, and according to a leak posted to Antutu's Weibo account, it's back with another design. This one's outlandish, even for a gaming phone.

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The snazzy Google light bar from the Chromebook Pixel and Pixel C may be coming back

The snazzy Google light bar from the Chromebook Pixel and Pixel C may be coming back

The distinctive blue, red, yellow, and green light bar on the Google-branded Chromebook Pixel laptop and Pixel C tablet was a delightful bit of subtle branding, and it's a shame we haven't seen it on subsequent models like the Pixelbook. But according to a snippet of code spotted in the Chrome repository, it might be coming back on a future Chromebook machine from Lenovo.

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Lenovo announces four new cheap Chromebooks coming in May

Lenovo announces four new cheap Chromebooks coming in May

Chromebooks are gaining steam all over, recently surpassing Apple computers in total sales. But their bread and butter has been, and remains, the education market, where fleets of cheap, easy-to-service laptops are a godsend for teachers and IT administrators. Today Lenovo is announcing no less than four new Chromebook laptops, all iterations on existing models, and priced between $299 and $429.

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After all these years, Barnes & Noble is selling yet another 10" Nook Android tablet

After all these years, Barnes & Noble is selling yet another 10" Nook Android tablet

LCD tablets aren't exactly the best e-readers out there, but they're definitely a choice out in the marketplace. Companies slap on Android and their reader app and it's easy as pie. So easy that Barnes & Noble has opted to commission Lenovo to produce a successor to its 10" Nook Android tablet from 2018.

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Lenovo Tab P11 Pro review: All in one, but this one's not for most

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro review: All in one, but this one's not for most

Aside from Samsung, Lenovo is one of the few Android OEMs that bothers to release tablets. The company has a tendency to be showy with products in the Yoga series, especially the one with that weirdo keyboard. But this ain't no Yoga — the Android-powered Tab P11 Pro is a typical tablet with an optional keyboard accessory. It was announced last year and launched just recently.

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Lenovo gives away 3 months of Stadia Pro with gaming PCs, because Lenovo doesn't know what Stadia is

Lenovo gives away 3 months of Stadia Pro with gaming PCs, because Lenovo doesn't know what Stadia is

Lenovo doesn't seem to get the point of Stadia. It's offering three months of access to the service's $10 Pro tier if you buy a new Legion or IdeaPad Gaming-branded laptop or desktop PC. Which is nice. But the entire point of Stadia is that you don't need local gaming hardware to play it. So what's the point of tying a promotional freebie to gaming machines? Wouldn't it make more sense to offer free Stadia Pro on a low-cost machine that can't play high-end PC games?

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Asus Chrome OS tablet leaks, looks to improve upon Lenovo's Duet

Asus Chrome OS tablet leaks, looks to improve upon Lenovo's Duet

ASUS may be prepared to tread where Lenovo has gone before with a new Chrome OS tablet, complete with kickstand and keyboard cover. Intelligence suggests that the so-called Chromebook Flip device could have nearly the same spec footprint as last year's Duet. And in fact, the few spots where things differ, this new tablet could come out bigger and better.

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