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Last Updated: Fri, 17.05.13 15:35

Lenovo venture launched with next generation computing devices

Lenovo, one of the world’s fastest growing PC players has officially announced its foray in Nepal offering its latest innovative computer technologies with an aim to redefine the computing space in a PC+ era and bring best in class features to offer its customers a 360 degree experience.

Organising a press conference in capital on Friday, the company launched its key products including notebooks, ultrabooks, desktops, All in Ones (AIOs) as well as the latest 7” dual sim, 3G enabled portable entertainment tablet (A2107A).

Aditi Ganguly, head of Lenovo in Nepal said "as the adoption of technologies in the country is growing rapidly, we see great potential in Nepal’s markets."

The company is confident of making next generation computing more accessible to customers here, Ganguly added.

“These sleek Lenovo machines embody the convergence of style and performance, which are the perfect tools for consumers to manage every aspect of their digital lives.” said the company in a press statement.

It further states that Lenovo is also bringing ‘Think’, the world’s number one Commercial PC brand closer to SMB customers in Nepal with its range of notebooks, desktops and All in Ones (AIOs).

Lenovo has also partnered with Megatech Trade Group and Thakral Brothers Pvt Ltd as the national distributors for Nepal. The two partners will also extend service support to customers in the region, said the company.

The exciting range of products is currently available across 30 multi brand retail outlets (MBOs) in Kathmandu.

Lenovo has also planned to launch exclusive stores in Kathmandu as well as strengthen its distribution network by doubling the number of partners within this fiscal year. nepalnews.com