Lets's Talk Computers - Lenovo  February 25, 2006
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Interview on February 25, 2006
New Product Line     Guest: Bob Galush and Ray Gorman
Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) is an international technology company dedicated to building the world's most innovative personal computers.

Bob Galush, Vice President Desktop Marketing, and Ray Gorman Dir of External Communications, at Lenovo talk about their ThinkPad notebook Pcs and their newest line of products, the Lenovo 3000 family. Lenovo just launched the first-ever Lenovo-branded PCs to be offered worldwide. These new products combine the researchers, scientists and product design teams from China, Japan and the U.S. with Lenovo's heritage in enterprise and consumer PC technology to design an optimal computing experience for small businesses.
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