As previously reported, the Lenovo K900 is a mid-range device with some impressive specs. Though the device is a mere 6.9mm thick, it packs quite a punch with its purported Z2580 Clover Trail+ Atom chipset. The CPU will be a dual-core 2GHz processor.
That’s only the beginning, the K900 will also come standard with a 5.5″, 1080p Full HD touchscreen.
Today, Lenovo has announced a new Android device in their lineup in the K900. The K900 is an Intel powered smartphone with a 5.5″ 1080p display. The device is definitely on the “phablet” section of devices right along side with the like of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
I have bought a Lenovo K900 for 4 months old, and now the problem is on the connector which they're claiming it has broken.
The problem is, it cannot be connected to my laptop or PC.
I just afraid that if my Lenovo getting worse, that they will change the whole machine and I will loose all the data...
Is there any way to back up all my data without turning on my K900?
Datamation: "Seeking to keep its dominant position in the netbook market, Intel announced Monday that its new mobile dual-core Atom processors have hit the streets in a dozen new netbook models from various manufacturers."
Intel will launch its first dual-core Atom processor for netbooks and other mobile devices during the third quarter, Fudzilla claims. The N550 will be clocked at 1.5GHz, have 512KB of second-level cache per core, and offer an 8.5 Watt TDP, Fuad Abazovic writes....