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The Lenovo 3000 series marked the debut of Lenovo branded products outside of China. First showcased in New York City on 23 February 2006, the line was intended to boost Lenovo's competitiveness internationally against rival brands like Dell and Hewlett-Packard. In addition, the 3000 series gave the company an independent identity: an identity separate from the Thinkpad line that Lenovo acquired in 2005 and defined its Westernised image since the acquisition.
First introduced in 2006, the Lenovo 3000 N100 and V100 offered Intel Core Duo processors, while the lower-end C series featured Pentium M and Celeron M processors. Its successors, C200, N200, V200 featured Core 2 Duo processors. Thereafter, came the N500, the G-series, and the B series
- Lenovo 3000 C
- C100, C200 - 15-inch XGA screen
- Lenovo 3000 N
- N100, N200 - 14.1-inch- and 15.4-inch- WXGA models
- N500 - 15.4 inch screen.
- Lenovo 3000 V
- V100, V200 - 12.1-inch WXGA models
- Lenovo 3000 G
G400, G410, G430, G450, G455, G510, G530, G550, and G560
- Lenovo 3000 B Series
B450-B490 - 15.4 inch screen
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