During TechRepublic's CES interview with Lenovo's Tom Butler, we got a look at what Lenovo is calling 'multimode' devices. They're basically hybrids with software to support specific modes.
When TechRepublic and ZDNet interviewed Tom Buter, Lenovo's Director of Portfolio Strategy for the Americas, during CES 2014 we got on the subject of "hybrid" devices. Lenovo is now calling these "multimode" devices because the company is using a combination of hardware and software to create different modes — presentation mode, media watching mode, standard productivity mode, etc. In this two-minute video, Butler demonstrates.
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