Lenovo intros a new PC range for SOHO

DQW Bureau
New Update


Lenovo unveiled its branded PCs aimed at the consumer and

small business segments in India recently. It also has plans to set up an

innovation center in the country this year and further build the Lenovo brand,

the Chinese PC maker announced.

The new Lenovo 3000 product family unveiled includes the

Lenovo 3000 Q, Lenovo 3000 H desktops, Lenovo 3000 J desktop series and Lenovo

3000 C series. The Lenovo 3000 Q and Lenovo 3000 H desktops are home PCs, while

J and C series are for small offices.

The company launched its C100 notebooks as well, while the

N 100 is likely to be launched early next month. The V 100, its ultra portable

wide-screen notebook, would be launched by the second quarter of 2006.


Lenovo also introduced an enhanced distribution model to

cover the whole of India by roping in regional distri­butors in addition to its

current five national distri­butors. The company is also aggressively targeting

tier II and III cities.

In the new Lenovo 3000 product family, the Lenovo 3000 Q and 3000 H

desktops are home PCs, while J and C series are for small offices

The company has changed its service and support

infrastructure and is bringing its 'Think' line of products — Think­Pad

and ThinkCentre PCs — under the 'ThinkPlus' program and serviced directly

by IBM. Its new range, the Lenovo 3000 family of PCs, will be serviced under the

'Lenovo Care' program, while RT Out­sourcing and TVSE will service the

consumer PC (Lenovo 3000 Q and Lenovo 3000 H) range. IBM will service PCs for

the small business segment (3000 J and 3000 C).


Lenovo 3000 Q models are priced between Rs 55,990 and Rs

88,990. The price of Lenovo 3000 H models ranges between Rs 29,490 and Rs

39,990, while Lenovo 3000 J series is between Rs 22,490 and Rs 25,500. The

Lenovo 3000 C series notebooks come in the price range of Rs 35,990- 49,990.

The company's world­wide Sales Senior VP, Ravi Marwah

said, “India is the fastest growing emerging market in the world and the PC

penetration has the potential to increase seven times by 2010. We feel that with

our increased footprint and robust product portfolio, we would be able to

address every part of the market and grow aggressively.”

CyberMedia News New Delhi, March 13