John Paczkowski at All Things D writes today that Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanquing has been talking to The Financial Times about the iPad, saying that he thinks that Lenovoâ€™s forthcoming line up of Windows and Android tablets will put the company right up there alongside Apple, and that Lenovo would be â€œone of the strongest players in this area.â€ As Paczkowski points out, this is despite the fact that last week it was reported that Apple had overtaken Lenovo in terms of revenue in greater China for the first time in 10 years, with Appleâ€™s Q2 China sales reaching $3.8 billion. Yang said that he thinks Lenovo will succeed because its tablets will be able to reach more people as they will be, for want of a better word, cheaper than the iPad. He added that he thinks the tablet market will eventually diversify, in the same way that the PC market did after IBMâ€™s initial dominance.
Source: Lenovo: Apple Can't Dominate Tablet Market Forever - John Paczkowski - Mobile - AllThingsD
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