Lenovo is finally coming out with its own Lenovo-branded PCs, named the Lenovo 3000.
Lenovo has previously been known more for producing IBM branded PCs and laptops, especially since IBM sold off its PC business to Lenovo in December 2004.
The Lenovo 3000 product line features several new desktop and notebook models with the latest processor technologies in a new silver chassis.
“The new Lenovo 3000 product family embodies a distinct entrepreneurial persona by combining the most successful components of enterprise level, ThinkPad-inspired technologies with the latest Lenovo innovations to create PCs users can depend on,” said Deepak Advani, senior vice president and chief marketing officer, Lenovo.
“Lenovo will offer the new PCs as the smart choice for today’s most savvy entrepreneurs, priced to fit the budgets and computing needs of even the smallest firms,” he added.
The Lenovo 3000 line of notebooks includes, the Lenovo C series C100 and J series that will include J100 and J105.
The Lenovo C100 notebooks are designed for mobile small-business professionals, who want worry-free, yet powerful PCs that offer wireless connectivity, optional Bluetooth connectivity, 10/100 Ethernet, and a modem. A combo or DVD recordable drive is also available. The C100 is also not short on available slots, since it includes four USB ports, firewire, S-Video slots, and a 3-in-1 multi-card reader. The new C100 combines a sleek silver exterior with solid performance for the value and service-conscious professional.
Lenovo will be offering an AMD desktop with the J105. The Intel based processors will be offered in the J100 model. Both models will include ATA drive support and 6 USB 2.0 ports.