For the fourth consecutive year, Lenovo Hong Kong has retained its leadership position in the client PC market in Hong Kong, according to a recent PC tracker report from global IT research and advice firm IDC.
The latest IDC Asia/Pacific Quarterly PC Tracker 4Q 2009, March 2010, reports that Lenovo led the client PC market in unit shipments in 2009. Lenovo's ThinkPad series has also led the Hong Kong portable market for 12 consecutive years in sales revenue.
According to the IDC PC Tracker report, Lenovo led the client PC market with a 20.2 per cent market share in 2009.
In the notebook category, Lenovo captured 21.2 per cent market share, making it the number one notebook brand for the year. Lenovo holds top position in commercial and consumer notebook market share with 39.9 per cent and 15.4 per cent respectively.
A vote of trust
"The IDC PC Tracker 2009 report results reflect a vote of trust from Hong Kong customers," said Ken Wong, vice president of Lenovo group and general manager of Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and South Korea.
"We strive to deliver innovative desktops and notebooks for consumers and businesses that combine style and performance at different price points," said Wong.
"Lenovo continued to delight commercial users by strengthening the iconic Think brand. With the launch of Windows 7, Lenovo introduced a new SL series - ThinkPad SL410 and SL510 - catered to small medium businesses, the slim and powerful ThinkPad 400s with multi-touch screen, and the thin and portable ThinkPad X200 Tablet with SimpleTap feature."
In the consumer market, Lenovo catered to a growing demand for netbooks in Hong Kong with the new generation of IdeaPad S10-2. Offering the latest in connectivity, entertainment and performance, Lenovo's IdeaPad S10-2 netbook appeals to consumers looking for affordable secondary notebooks.
"At the recent CES 2010, Lenovo announced more than 20 Think business and Idea consumer PCs, including several exciting industry and Lenovo firsts," said Wong.