Lenovo: Americans Don’t Want Small Windows Tablets
On the heels of drastic job cuts at Microsoft comes the news that the world’s biggest PC vendor Lenovo will stop selling small-screen Windows tablets in the U.S. Lenovo confirmed the move Thursday in a statement to PC World, saying the 8.3-inch ThinkPad 8 and 8-inch Miix 2 would no longer be on store shelves, citing a lack of demand. The company will continue to offer the models in other regions, including Brazil, China and Japan, with remaining U.S. inventory directed to those countries.
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