Lenovo unveiled the first-ever Lenovo-branded PCs to be offered worldwide, the Lenovo 3000 product family, called one of the first truly international PC brands. Researchers, scientists and product design teams from China, Japan and the U.S. designed the units to be an "optimal computing experience for small businesses." The Lenovo 3000 product line features several new desktop and notebook models with the latest processor technologies in a new silver chassis.
According to Gartner Inc., small and midsize businesses last year spent more than U.S. $400 billion on computer-related products and services worldwide, and that amount is expected to increase in 2006.
The Lenovo 3000 product line features built-in tools designed to help reduce IT expenses in small-business environments. These tools let small business owners concentrate on their businesses, rather than their IT, with virus recovery, simplified network connectivity, and automatic updates.
"The new Lenovo 3000 product family embodies a distinct entrepreneurial persona by combining the most successful components of enterprise level, ThinkPad-inspired technologies with the latest Lenovo innovations to create PCs users can depend on," said Deepak Advani, senior vice president and chief marketing officer, Lenovo. "Lenovo will offer the new PCs as the smart choice for today's most savvy entrepreneurs, priced to fit the budgets and computing needs of even the smallest firms."
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