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Monday, 19 September 2011 10:19

Lenovo aims to ship 1.5-20 million tablets in 2011

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Hires former Acer CEO
According to Digitimes, Lenovo has plans to ship 1.5-2 million tablets in 2011. The figure includes around 400K-500K ThinkPad models and 1-1.5 million IdeaPad K1, A1 and other consumer models.

Sources claim that Lenovo is serious in trying to snatch a piece of the global tablet market. However, component makers are somewhat skeptical when it comes to actually achieving these goals. Tablets have been a tough nut for anyone but Apple, but this Android community is gaining some momentum. One can only hope that Lenovo can do better than others.

In related news, former Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci joined Lenovo as an Italy-based consultant. His job focus on strengthening Lenovo’s presence and marketing in Europe.

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