Lenovo gets set for debut

Lenovo, newly bolstered by its acquisition of IBM’s PC division, is set to make its first public appearance in the region at this year’s Gitex show.

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By  Gitex Times Staff Published  August 31, 2005

Lenovo, newly bolstered by its acquisition of IBM’s PC division, is set to make its first public appearance in the region at this year’s Gitex show. The company, which claims to be the third-largest PC company in the world, completed its US$1.75 billion acquisition of IBM’s personal computer arm in May and will hit the ground running by showing a brand new wave of products. The new kit will include the vendor’s recently-launched ThinkPad X41 Tablet, which Lenovo says creates a whole new alternative in tablet computing without compromising either weight or function. “This year’s show is going to be one to remember,” claims Imtiaz Ghani, regional manager, Lenovo Middle East, Egypt and Pakistan. “Anyone who wants to know anything about Lenovo, its products and how we plan to bring new competition to the region’s PC market will be able to do so at Gitex,” he adds. Located in Hall 3, Lenovo’s stand will enable visitors to learn how the company aims to combine the strengths of IBM and Lenovo, and how they can benefit from the innovation and heritage of IBM, tied with the manufacturing efficiency of Lenovo. Visitors will also be able to check out demonstrations on the computer company’s patented ThinkVantage technologies in wireless, security, data protection and PC management. The Lenovo stand will also highlight some of the latest models from the firm’s slim X, T, R and G-series range of ThinkPad notebooks, its full range of ThinkCentre desktops, as well as ThinkVision flat-panel TFT monitors and Think Accessories. The stand will also have a dedicated zone where Lenovo products that were part of IBM’s portfolio can be seen.

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