Lenovo is aiming big in the tablet sphere. In numeric terms, their ambitions can be measured up to no less than 2 million tablet PCs, which they aim to ship by the end of 2011. Of the 2 million expected sales mark, Lenovo is looking to pack that up with 400,000 to 500,000 ThinkPad tablet PCs, of the ThinkPad series that is aimed at the enterprise segment. This apart, the remaining 1.5 million tablet sales figure will be comprised of the IdeaPad K1, A1, and other tablets.
Also, with the US and Europe yet to come out of the economic recession, the above sales figures does look a bit too optimistic. Lenovo though seems pretty confident in their ability to increase their share in the tablet market. We will have to wait until the end of the year to find out if Lenovo is indeed able to achieve what it has projected.
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