Slow demand in the PC market is dragging down computer makers and component suppliers alike. Yet one PC maker, Hong-Kong based Lenovo, is thriving in spite of the market environment. For its fiscal fourth quarter ended in March, Lenovo reported record revenue of $7.8 billion, with an earnings increase of 90 percent to $127 million. Competitor Hewlett-Packard reported a 10 percent decline in sales for its fiscal second quarter, ended in April, to $27.6 billion.…"Hong-Kong based Lenovo, is thriving in spite of the market environment."
Lenovo has now announced imminent availability for its gorgeous and lightweightThinkPad X1 Carbon. The new premier Ultrabook has 13.03 x 8.9 x 0.74-inch (331 x 226 x 18.85 mm) dimensions, the kind of size normally reserved for 13-inch displays but the ThinkPad X1 Carbon features a bright (300-nit) 14-inch, 1600 x 900 resolution screen. Its attractive and tough carbon fiber chassis helps it achieve a starting weight of just under 3 pounds (1.36 kg), making…"Lenovo’s sexy new lightweight ThinkPad X1 Carbon"