Lenovo is dividing its internal operations to separately handle its mid and low-range products and the high-end products associated with the ThinkPad. This news comes from an internal email we were made aware of by Sina Tech, which states that in April the Lenovo Business Group will handle mid-range laptops, desktops, tablets and smart TVs, while the Think Business Group will handle high-end consumer products and produce enterprise machines. It was noted in the email by Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing, that Think is more suited to compete with Apple in the high-end market. Digitimes also reports on rumors suggesting Lenovo plans to arrange an in-house position for its notebook production within three to five years.
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This sale on the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 is our Deal of the Day. The ThinkPad X1 normally sells for $1,589, and this deal drops that price by $386, bringing the price down to $1,199. The ThinkPad X1 weighs 3.7 pounds and measures 0.65 inches thin. It's got a backlit and spill-resistant keyboard, Gorilla Glass display, and RapidCharge battery. Other nice features include Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, Ethernet, USB 3.0, and eSATA:
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Looking to pick up a nice, powerful ultra-light notebook? The Lenovo ThinkPad X201 is today’s Deal of the Day, and it fits the bill nicely. This one weighs less than three pounds and rocks a 12.1-inch display and Intel Core i5 processor, and with the Lenovo promo code, you get it for 34% off, saving a whopping $622.80. Rounding this out is battery life up to 12 hours with the 9-cell battery.