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Lenovo: We are lucky Apple doesn’t care about China

By Julio Franco
Jul 5, 2010
  1. The first time you heard about Lenovo was probably when IBM's PC division was getting acquired by the Chinese manufacturer in 2004. By then Lenovo was already China's number one computer maker. The move cost them almost $2 billion, but that bought them a household name with worldwide recognition, as they continue to do by selling ThinkPad laptops under the Lenovo brand.

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  2. Im glad to see Lenovo is doing so well. They make good quality laptops and sell them at dirt cheap price.
     
  3. raybay

    raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    Lenovo laptops are not what they used to be under IBM, but they beat the socks off other laptop computers for work and business-related functions... Not the best gamers, but I prefer them over any other laptop... Their used ones hold up better than any other manufacturer's used ones, as well. We have 50 of them as loaners... and they can ever take customer abuse better. I do fault their power cords compared to the super tough IBm power supply cords.
     
  4. They are. They have the magnesium rollcage and the best laptop keyboard in business. They are built very well--not invincible, mind you, but these have good survivability. The exception is the SL line, which lacks the rollcage and does not feel as sturdy.
    http://www.healthproductreviewers.com/where-to-buy-lux-e-cigarette.html
     
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