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Re: How Lenovo Is Resurrecting the PC
Posted by: Rob Enderle 2012-12-03 07:28:13
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I spent much of last week hanging out with Lenovo. Although much of what we chat about in those meetings can't be repeated, one thing I can talk about is how Lenovo almost stands alone in defending the PC. While there seems to be a consensus that the PC is dead and being stomped into its grave by wave after wave of smartphones and tablets, Lenovo missed that meeting. In a market defined by decline, it has demonstrated double digit growth.


Re: How Lenovo Is Resurrecting the PC
Posted by: OnSiteMan 2012-12-03 11:20:32 In reply to: Rob Enderle
Thoroughly enjoy your articles...wish I could have been in that get-together.

By the way, of all the phones, laptops, etc I own, there is NO substitute for a current-gen desktop computer. My work at home (audio/video remastering) consumes the resources of two of them in a session.

Besides, @ 65, my thumbs don't work well with a smartphone textpad.

Re: How Lenovo Is Resurrecting the PC
Posted by: RobEnderle 2012-12-19 14:58:58 In reply to: OnSiteMan
Thanks for the kind thoughts and my thumbs suck with them as well.
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