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junko.yoshida
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Re: Changing of the guard
junko.yoshida   7/11/2013 11:45:09 AM
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In China, Lenovo is definitely one of the most respected companies among high-tech firms, with its investment in R&D and solid management. While Lenovo also has big ambition for mobile handsets, I think they have a good staying power in the PC market.

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Changing of the guard
mcgrathdylan   7/11/2013 10:21:31 AM
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So, Lenovo has come full circle to become the largest PC vendor in the second quarter. Can the company maintain this lead? Given the slowdown in China and the evidence that HP has some new systems in the pipeline, can HP get back on top?

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Mistake by IBM
eewiz   7/11/2013 10:19:10 AM
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Lenovo seems to be doing pretty well with the PC business. In retrospect, selling it cheaply was a bad move by IBM.

 

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