Lenovo is expected to launch its first foray into the US PC market and plans to announce so on Thursday reports Cnet. The jewel asset that Lenovo acquired from IBM is the ThinkPad brand, so the challenge is for them to sell the Lenovo branded PCs while not making irrelevant the ThinkPad brand.
Cnet writes The company plans to hold a press conference in New York on Thursday to unveil the new systems, according to sources familiar with the company’s plans. The 3000 series PCs, which will use processors from both Intel and Advanced Micro Devices, represent Lenovo’s first major expansion into the U.S. PC market since it completed the purchase of IBM’s PC business last May.
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