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Lenovo is one of the world's biggest manufacturers of computer technology and offers a wide range of products through its website.
Since rebranding from his previous name, Legend, a decade ago, the Chinese company has gone from strength to strength. In 2005, the firm bought IBM's computer business and has steadily grown it's almost iconic ThinkPad line.
Lenovo aims to produce technology for all. The company's website lists everything a large business needs to fill their offices with reliable workstations as well as products aimed at home users, such as its L series range of mainstream laptops.
In addition to offering traditional computer products, Lenovo is focussed on becoming a key player in the mobile market. It did sell its tablet and phone business in 2008, but bought it back a year later and has been expanding its presence in the market ever since.
As well as its link with IBM, one of the main reasons for Lenovo's popularity in the West is the performance of its machines. For a lower starting cost than many of its rivals, the firm is able to offer high powered computers that produce impressive results.
Their commitment to performance has also garnered the company a myriad of awards.
In early 2014, the respected technology website cnet.com named Lenovo's IdeaPad Yogo 2 Pro as the best Windows 8 hybrid laptop on the market, while the company scooped a record breaking total of 61 accolades at that year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Gaining the biggest plaudits at the event were the ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop and the ThinkPad 8 tablet, with 17 and 11 awards respectively.
As well as wowing users on Earth, Lenovo also manages to do it in space. Currently there are around 100 computers on the International Space Station and almost all of them are either ThinkPad A31 or TG1P models.
Lenovo also manufacturers technology that is used inside launch shuttles.
As well as fully completed PCs, laptops and tablets, Lenovo's website also sells a range of accessories, including RAM chips, carry cases and service packages.
Opening Hours and Contact Information
The website is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year so you can search and select high quality technological products at any time you wish.
Customer services helpline: +44 (0)203 014 0095 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm GMT).
Sales enquires line: +44 (0)203 014 0783 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm GMT).
ThinkPad and ThinkCentre technical support: 08705 500 900 (Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm GMT).
IdeaPad, IdeaCentre and Essential Line technical support: 0844 249 1112 (Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm GMT).
Company Registration Information
LENOVO TECHNOLGY (UNITED KINGDOM) LIMITED
Company registration number: 04912819
Registered Address: Discovery House, 18 Bartley Wood Business Park, Bartley Way, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 9UP.
Head Office Address
18 Bartley Wood Business Park