Technology behemoth Lenovo has unveiled a brand-new Made to Order service for Indian consumers. This has begun to be made available by the firm, and it is currently compatible with Thinkpad notebooks. You may personalise your own Thinkpad notebooks thanks to the new service the firm is providing. With the service, you have the ability to build a custom PC that can be configured in one of more than one million different ways. The service is only now offered for the ThinkPad line, but the firm pledges to make it available for all other sub-brands over the next ninety days.
When the new service first went live According to Rahul Agarwal, CEO and MD of Lenovo India, “AtLenovo, we recognise that in today’s world, every individual uses a laptop differently, which has led to a growing need for customised laptops that address certain demands.” The introduction of this service is a significant step in our effort to build a business that truly values its customers, and it will prove to be an attractive offer for our direct e-commerce operation on www.lenovo.com.
The computers will be made to order and delivered to the customer’s doorsteps in less than two weeks, the company claims, using automation technologies.
There are customization possibilities for the following parameters:
- CPU AMD/Intel; Intel CPU Customization options Core i3, i5 or i7.
- Storage Standard Hard Disks/ High speed SSD.
- Graphics Standard in-built graphics/ dedicated graphics AMD/NVIDIA graphics.
- Screen FHD/ UHD, between touch and non-touch screen.
- Pre-installed Software options MS Office, Adobe suite, Anti-virus solutions and more.
- Accessories Upgraded extra battery, Ethernet dongles, Expansion docks, External monitors and more.
- Opt for Premier Support Extended warranty and Accidental Damage Protection
How to assemble a Made-to-OrderThinkPad:
Visit Lenovo’s main website.
Choose your base model in step one.
Step 2: Select the features, additions, and accessories.
Step 3: Have it delivered to your front door.
The first 5G-capable always-connected laptop powered by the Snapdragon 8cx 5G Compute Platform was introduced last month by Qualcomm and Lenovo. Lenovo and Qualcomm have worked together on a project to show how always-connected PCs can be used with 5G networks. The new laptop is called Project Limitless, and it is a prototype that has not yet been approved for release as a mass-market product.
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