The global company, which completed its $1.75 billion acquisition of IBM's PC division last May, is now operating in the region following a successful and complete integration period to the new Lenovo. It is set to take on the Middle East PC market with a range of new products, some of which will be launched at the show.
"This year's show is going to be one to remember. Anyone who wants to know anything about Lenovo, its products and how we plan to bring new competition to the region's PC market will be able to do so at Gitex 2005," said Imtiaz Ghani, Regional Manager, Lenovo Middle East, Egypt and Pakistan.
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