Technology giant Lenovo has announced a new service called ‘Made to Order’ for the customers in India. The company has started rolling this out and it is now available for its Thinkpad laptops. The new service offered by the company allows you to customize your own Thinkpad laptops. With the service, you get the option to create a factory-built custom PC that offers over 1,00,000 configurations. Currently, the service is available only for ThinkPad line but the company also promises to bring it for all other sub-brands in the next 90 days.
On the launch of the new service Rahul Agarwal- CEO & MD Lenovo, India said, “At Lenovo, we understand that in today’s world every individual uses a laptop differently, because of which there has been a growing demand for personalized laptops, which cater to specific needs. The launch of this service is a big step in our journey to becoming a truly customer-centric company and will prove to be a compelling proposition for our direct e-commerce business on www.lenovo.com”.
According to the company, with the use of automation technology, the laptops will be custom created and will be delivered to the customer’s doorsteps in just over two weeks.
Customization options are available across 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
Steps to build your ‘Made-to-Order’ ThinkPad:
Go to Lenovo’s official website.
Step 1: Select your base model.
Step 2: Choose the specifications, upgrades, and accessories.
Step 3: Get it delivered right to your doorstep.
Last month, Qualcomm and Lenovo came together to launch the first 5G-enabled always-connected laptop powered by the Snapdragon 8cx 5G Compute Platform. Both the companies Qualcomm and Lenovo have collaborated on the project to demonstrate the uses of the always-connected computers on the 5G networks. The name of the new laptop is Project Limitless and it is a prototype device that is currently not ready to be launched as a commercial handset.
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