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Lenovo was an unknown when it bought IBM's struggling PC business. Now they are the world's #1 PC manufacturer. OK - that's a shrinking/dying market, but still...The purchase of Motorola Mobility has some eerie parallels with IBM, i.e. a well known brand with an illustrious history and a reputation for quality products. The Thinkpad was the prize in the IBM acquisition; Lenovo still sells a lot of its track-point equipped direct descendants. The Moto X is poised to be the prize in the Motorola acquisition; despite relatively unimpressive technical specifications, it is the darling of the tech cognoscenti for its excellent implementation of bleeding edge features.Finally, it doesn't hurt that Lenovo is based in China, the biggest smart phone market in the world.
#32) On January 22, 2014 at 9:57 PM, Húshuobadào (34.48) wrote:LNVGY LENOVO GROUP LTD.A man goes into a Chinese bar and says, "How 'bout a Stoly?" The bartender says, "Once upon a time . . . ."
All ready pasted S&P 1yr change + 31.95% bought IBM good growth
CEO gave his bonus to employees
buy this stock the new apple of China coming soon to a walmart near you
Watch out HP and Apple for here I come!
Simply because it is a Chinese takeover of I B M.s P.C. division a few years ago... They will do a superior job making this think work where I B M could not ! New laptop appears promising according to a recent article in Barron's ...
I have had a good experiences with the various Lenovo laptops I have used, and tend to have high hopes for companies that make things that work.
Strong enterprise sales - excellent evolution of multi-touch screens
Lenovo has been changing top management. Former CEO an a whole bunch of staff memebers left the company. This means former strategy and/or execution didnt work. Now, everyone has been replaced, but by internal people. not only that, but as Lenovo is trying to get into Consumer, former IBM execs are saving their necks by adopting ideas, killing not aligned executives, and living on others peoples money. This is only act 2 ot the same play. No important IT play, no important outsiders at the comapny since 1 year ago, etc. Get my point?
Chinese company (Legend) that bought IBM hardware (pc, laptop,...) manufacturing to create Lenovo? I'll go with my gut wihtout looking at too many numbers at ratios (except for the basics of course) and say: "I'll buy that for a dollar!" or whatever the current price is at.
I think they make good computers, with dells reputation going down i think Lenovo will take over.
I love my laptop and the cheaper laptops Lenovo is offering will be more attractive in a downturn.
Fairly visible brand in China - looks decent at this price.
Future Laptop and PC Leader
As said before, dell model, China market.
Strong product line up with the ThinkPad/ThinkCentre series. Movement into the consumer market with the Idea series (verses the prosumer/business with the Think series).
Ideapad is going to be successful. They also have just finished a wonderful year in a maturing market. Plenty of room to expand in the US and European markets. Also have a great opportunity in the African and already the dominant presence in China and India.
Already the leading pc supplier in the growing Chinese market, postitioning itself for world market.
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