twice connect

Best Buy Picks Up Lenovo Line

4/24/2006 02:00:00 AM Eastern

Lenovo will start selling its branded and Thinkpad business-oriented desktop and notebook computers through Best Buy for business kiosks and the retailer's online store.

Under the deal, Lenovo will sell its just-introduced Lenovo 3000 notebook line along with its ThinkPad and ThinkCenter lines. Neither company announced when the models would hit Best Buy's shelves.

Lenovo, which purchased IBM's personal computer business last year, announced a major expansion last month, introducing Lenovo-branded business-class desktop and notebook computers. Previously, the company had only used IBM's old ThinkPad and ThinkCenter brands.

Best Buy joins Office Depot as Lenovo's second major U.S. retailer.

Lenovo executives have stated in the past that the company has no plans to expand into the consumer PC market even though the company sells a full line of computer products available in the Asian market.

ProSource Meeting Filled With Optimism

San Antonio — Optimism reigned at ProSource’s

Ingram Draws 500 To Spring Vendor Expo

Scottsdale, Ariz. — Ingram Micro Consumer

CEA Holds ’14 Digital Patriots Dinner

Washington — CEA held its annual Digital

8 Technology Accessories For a Greener Earth

An Earth Day review of Earth-friendly products, by

BrandSource Shows Diverse Product Selection

BrandSource’s Summit show at the Marriott World

Scenes From Toy Fair

By Lisa Johnston

ADL Honors Morales, Bilas, Paull, Weedfald At Annual Dinner

New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s