Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 28th Feb 2012 22:48 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "Dell launched a new line of servers for enterprise customers, boosting its corporate business unit and shifting its focus further away from consumers, who are increasingly choosing such devices as Apple's iPad. Chief Executive Michael Dell said his namesake company is no longer a personal computer company and has transformed itself into a business that sells services and products to corporations, a lucrative market that he said is worth $3 trillion." PC has become a dirty word. All part of the war on general purpose computing.
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RE[2]: who is anymore?
by woegjiub on Wed 29th Feb 2012 02:30 UTC in reply to "RE: who is anymore?"
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Due to the Thinkpads?
Those machines are superb, and obviously widely used in business.

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RE[3]: who is anymore?
by fran on Wed 29th Feb 2012 05:08 in reply to "RE[2]: who is anymore?"
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Agree, thinkpads are terrific.
The main reason is demographics and the Lenovo's excellent marketing. They are the top vendor in the world’s leading market, China. And growing strong in countries like Brazil and slowly climbing the brand ladder to the top.
They are there and marketing in big countries where people are buying their first PC device and not secondary devices.

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RE[4]: who is anymore?
by shmerl on Wed 29th Feb 2012 23:07 in reply to "RE[3]: who is anymore?"
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At the same time they are one of the worst when it comes to Windows bundling.

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