Their are basically 2 types of lenovo laptops, one based on original thinkpad chasis and design for corporate users, nothing bad about the quality of those except may be battery, my lappie's extra heavy 9k mah battery is dying in just one year. But they are too costly to afford and choose by most general consumer.
The economic lenovo lappies for normal consumer(i. e. the original lenovo not thinkpad) are like any other Chinese products of the same price range in terms of performance and a little cheap quality. But beware of buying economic series unless you get good bargain for configuration, because they look like thin think pad from outside, but made of pure cheap plastic body(In comparison) and no extra features.
Last edited by cloud; 05-30-2012 at 12:58 AM.
indians are clueless as usual
Lenovo: TBR Ranks ThinkPad No. 1 in Enterprise Customer Satisfaction
Sep 13, 2010 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Lenovo announced that TBR has ranked Lenovo ThinkPad laptops number one in its Corporate IT Buying Behavior and Customer Satisfaction Study for the second quarter of 2010.
According to a release, the ranking marks the fifth time in a row that medium and large business customers surveyed by TBR have recognized ThinkPad laptops as the leader in overall satisfaction. Lenovo Thinkpad laptops have garnered the top spot in seven of the past ten TBR Customer Satisfaction Study reporting periods.
"Customers are the heart of our business, and at the heart of ThinkPad is a laser-focus on design excellence and continual innovation," said Dilip Bhatia, executive director, ThinkPad Marketing. "Combining our product engineering strengths with delivery and effective phone support helps us build a PC technology solution that exceeds customers' expectations." For the second quarter 2010, customers awarded ThinkPad the highest ratings in the following categories: hardware quality/reliability, phone support, repair time and overall satisfaction. Lenovo set record high scores in the second quarter for hardware quality/reliability as well as delivery and repair time. Additionally, product design and ease of doing business were areas of strength for Lenovo.
TBR surveyed more than 500 IT decision makers at medium and large businesses in North America.
Last edited by qwerrty; 05-30-2012 at 12:53 AM.
That survey was done wayback in 2010 & 500 CIO/CTO don't represent ~500 million real consumers worldwide, FYI corporate divisions of most firms have a certain level of QC for most of their products & Lenovo(being cheap) coming out on top really doesn't surprise me !
Last edited by R0H1T; 05-30-2012 at 12:57 AM.
Kids, instead of attacking all who are complaining learn to accept the facts and act on it.. Good Luck!!
ASUS makes much better & reliable product than what Lenovo has been trying to make.. They got a successful and robust product and they messed it up badly.. Don't give the sales crap because it is still selling because of the IBM brand name..
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