Lenovo really does make good stuff. Dell's computers havent been the best in recent years. Now their ultra sharp monitors are awesome ( i just did an exchange to get a new one under my warranty and it went pretty smooth). But thats just my experience. Dell really needs to come up with something new if it wants to stay relevant in the computer department.
"The impact that sales in China is having on Lenovo is great, but on this side of the World, Lenovo is also everywhere. I see their advertisements very often and I always hear great things about them, so its kind off no surprise to read about this news."
"But to take over HP's position, that's a great challenge, not sure if they could do it in 2012."
This is not surprising in the least bit. Levono has very good reputation everywhere and their machines seem to be quality premo stuff and it's no wonder why they leapfrogged Dell...
Taking over the position of HP is going to be a considerable challenge but I have no doubt they can do it in the face of HP's recent troubles.
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No surprise there. Dell must have been having quality control issues the past few years, the quality of their computers lately has been poor. I was wondering what took this so long to happen. Unless HP has another PR debacle like they had this year with their "we're not making PCs anymore...wait, actually we still are" episode, Lenovo will be firmly in spot #2 for another year at least.
I am not really surprised. With all the potential market they have available to them in China their numbers are bound to be high. What is Q4 looking to be like for them... I agree with everyone I don't see them taking HP out of the number one spot anytime soon.
With all of HP's flip-flopping lately I wouldn't be surprised if Lenovo does take the 1st place spot.
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