Thursday, April 22, 2010

Lenovo buys the company Palm?

LAS VEGAS - JANUARY 08:  A new Palm Pre smartp...Image by Getty Images via Daylife

Publication Electronista puzzled his readers the publication of corporate rumors that the company Palm could be sold to Chinese computer company Lenovo. This information is not yet officially by either party is not confirmed and is based on hearsay, that walk on private investment funds. Yet these are based on rumors of unfavorable financial performance of one of the leading manufacturers of smartphones based WebOS.

It is difficult to say whether Lenovo intends to seriously address the promotion Platform WebOS. But we know that the Chinese computer giant has long cherished "smartphones" ambitions. Therefore, industry experts are inclined to believe that Lenovo just wants to use the experience and market share of Palm, to increase its presence in the smartphone market.

Today, all that is in the asset Lenovo, - is preparing to release Android-smartphone LePhone. It is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1 GHz, 3.7 "display with a resolution of 800x480 pixels, modules Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3,5-mm audio jack, two cameras and a folding dock with a physical QWERTY-keyboard.

A growing interest in Lenovo to portable devices shows held at CES 2010 announcement smartbuka Lenovo Skylight. It is assumed that the device will be available starting in June, but was formerly known as April. This gadget is also built on a hardware platform and Qualcomm Snapdragon running Linux. The device has a 10.1 "display with a resolution 1280h720 pixels, flash drive 20 GB, module Wi-Fi, 3G-modem and a HDMI-port.

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