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Smaller screen, generally less expensive tablets, have the highest volume of sales, but apparently that hasn’t been the case for Lenovo when it comes to its 8-inch Windows tablets.
The tech giant has quietly stopped selling two of its Windows 8.1 tablet models with 8-inch screens because there’s been little to no demand for the products, according to a report by the IDG News Service. At the company's Shop Lenovo website it says the ThinkPad 8 has "sold out".
(Update: Following this and other reports on its discontinuation of smaller screen Windows 8 tablets, Lenovo issued a statement clarifying that it plans to in... Continue reading >> Update: Lenovo ends sales of small screen Windows tablets in the U.S. appeared on TabTimes on July 18, 2014 at 1:39 pm. Please see our terms for use of feeds. [ Permalink | Email this | Comments| Follow @TabTimes| Subscribe to TabTimes newsletters ]