Perspectives ThinkCentre

Paul J. Scaini is the segment manager for Lenovo’s new ThinkCentre Edge product line, helping SMBs look good while they work hard and play hard. In this post he discusses the ThinkCentre Edge 91z all-in-one desktop. My favorite quote: “You know the difference between you and me? I make this look GOOD.” -Will Smith Men in Black Big Willie knows what he’s talking about; in today’s competitive, modern world sometimes it’s not enough to do your job or run your business well. There is a ton of competition out there just as hungry and working just as hard as you are. At that point, what is the key differentiator between those who habitually succeed and those who don’t? It’s style; it’s swagger; it’s the ability to catch and keep attention; the confidence that comes from looking good and knowing it. I know some of you might comment below and say stuff like: “You can’t judge a book by its cover,” and “It’s what’s on the inside that counts.” Anyone who works in the multi-billion dollar fashion or cosmetic industries will call your bluff. You can find thousands of examples where looks matter, even in nature. Take for example a peacock or tropical fish whose genetic survival depends on their ability to look good. I’m sure even Charles Darwin would agree with me here.

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Think - Innovate - Evolve.    What better evocative words than these to epitomize the history of the ThinkPad and other Lenovo Think-branded products?   If you have experienced many of the memorable ThinkPads like the 701c "butterfly" with it's unique expanding keyboard, the X41t, our first convertible tablet, or the massive W701ds dual screen laptop, you know about Think innovation.    But, the world is a big place, and while many people know our story, there are still many who don't know about the heritage and evolution of Think.   This week, we launchedThinkingNeverStops to share the history of Think innovation and evolution, and to engage customers via polls and open-ended discussion to hear their ideas and opinions on the kind of innovation they want to see in future generations.   What do you think will be the next big area for innovation?    Please take a few mins to stop in and share your thoughts ...  I hope to see you there!

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