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re: Lenovo launches laptop-tablet hybrids
sprite0022   10/11/2012 12:22:52 AM
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lenovo's thinkpad r&d is getting fat and slow and nonsense. this crap has been around for 5 years at least. and it won't sell, it better learn from aigo's $50 tablet about how to deliver value to consumer.

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re: Lenovo launches laptop-tablet hybrids
phil_yin   10/11/2012 7:48:46 AM
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can't agree more...

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re: Lenovo launches laptop-tablet hybrids
nelson787   5/20/2013 11:48:26 AM
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It would be a great deal that Lenovo is going to launch a new laptop and tablet hybrid combined with all the features needed in a laptop and tablet. This will help us to maintain a new laptop and there is no need to purchase a tablet and laptop separately. http://premiumlaptopparts.com/dell-laptop-batteries/



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