BERLIN — Lenovo launched a series of part-tablet, part-PC hybrids at the 2014 IFA tech conference on Thursday, including its latest ThinkPad Helix for users who want tablets on the go and laptops later on for productivity.
While Lenovo aims to grow bigger as a full consumer electronics company, PCs are still at its core, despite the fact that it sells more tablets and smartphones combined than PCs. The company said it has outperformed the overall PC market 20 quarters in a row and has grown its share 19.4% worldwide (and 12.5% in the U.S.), even in a tough market.
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