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Old 11-04-2007, 01:19 AM
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It is been only three years after Lenovo acquired IBM's PC devision and now the company has decided to phase out IBM's brand from their personal computers.

The company has decided to stop using the historic IBM's logo after better than expected results, executives said.

"By making substantial progress on all of our critical priorities over the past few quarters, we are now a stronger, healthier company," said Lenovo chief executive William Amelio.

"One important sign of this progress is our decision to completely transition our Think products from the IBM brand to the Lenovo brand two years earlier than planned."


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Old 03-09-2010, 01:01 AM
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Ever since mainland china took over the IBM brand, it has been crap. I have recently purchased this product along with the thinkpad T60, both are crap. I used to use IBM a lot and I have always been impressed with them, but I got to say, since they turned into lenovo, the cheapness of mainland chinese start to show. there used to be quite a bit of goodie features, that are no non-existence here. Just to give you an example, the thinkpad T42 used to have all sorts of ports for printer, monitor, etc. connection, but now there is none. Don't buy china crap, boycott them.
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Old 07-06-2010, 07:35 AM
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Both company should think once again on their decision.
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:24 AM
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Both companies are very well known and giving best quality of products. I think this decision should be briefly viewed by both of them. If both are going to make a product in partnership than it would be great but the issue will be of price and the quality of the product.
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These both companies provides best quality products. This decision is may be viewed by these both organization. These issue is about the price and products quality, I hope they can get best solutions.
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Old 01-07-2011, 02:32 AM
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IBM brings the brand awareness of Lenovo. Removes a barrier for Lenovo products, in particular outside of China. Lenovo now seems more reliable, more trustworthy. Even customers who are fully aware that the product is no longer a "done" IBM stamp of approval, valued the company means a great deal of any market. In the case of IBM, brand value and a professional business is a constant theme throughout the transition, regardless of hardware or software. Lenovo, on the other hand, a successful trader in the mass market has been able to achieve economies of scale for basic services
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Lenovo and IBM for SIP Server brand awareness for CREA. Lenovo is China, especially on the outside, removing barriers to product. Lenovo seems a be safer than the penetration is much more reliable. No user know if the product is more authorized UN "Ready" IBM's stamp all markets, the Company is long. The IBM brand value and professional organizations, regardless of hardware or software, see the principles of the pot Switch to Constanta. Lenovo may have on the other hand, success in the market trader publications UN Basic Services can scale to realize savings.
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