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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Lenovo's new ThinkPad was first introduced to push AMD processors

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According to foreign media reports, at the annual CES show, when forthcoming, the company launched the first use of AMD processors and a new design of ThinkPad notebook PCs.

The new ThinkPad Edge Series notebooks adopt a more sleek design, a simplified keyboard and larger keys, there are three sizes, three colors to choose in the United States starts at 549 U.S. dollars. Lenovo ThinkPad manager Charles Sun (Charles Sune) said that the new series of notebooks targeted at the design and aesthetic concerns of small business customers.

Lenovo is China's PC, is also the world's fourth largest PC company. According to IDC data, the third quarter, the company's shipments grew 18%. But the company reported third-quarter revenue fell 5 percent to 41 billion U.S. dollars. Since the launch of IBM in 1992, since the ThinkPad series of notebooks, the series has sold more than 30 million units. 2005, Lenovo acquired IBM's PC division.

Charles Sun said, using AMD Neo-chip can reduce the price of ThinkPad. At the same time to install Intel's chips will still be selling ThinkPad.

Also Lenovo has also introduced an entry-level business users for the ThinkPad, Charles Sun said the products can fill the online gap between the present and the laptop. The X100e notebook size 11.6 inches, weighs less than 3 pounds, starting at 449 U.S. dollars.
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