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Lenovo acquired IBM’s personal computer business in 2005, including the ThinkPad laptop and tablet lines. Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s personal computer division accelerated access to foreign markets while improving both Lenovo’s branding and technology. Lenovo paid US$1.25 billion for IBM’s computer business and assumed an additional US$500 million of IBM’s debt. This acquisition made Lenovo the third-largest computer maker worldwide by volume.
“We benefited in three ways from the IBM acquisition. We got the ThinkPad brand, IBM’s more advanced PC manufacturing technology and the company’s international resources, such as its global sales channels and operation teams. These three elements have shored up our sales revenue in the past several years


• Adaptable: Laptop, Stand, Tent, & Tablet
• Portable: ergonomic, lightweight design
• Flexible: wide-range, anti-glare multitouch display
• Intelligent: built-in responsive software
• Colors: available in ebony black or chalk white
• Hi-fidelity: superior sound with enhanced audio

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