|18 September, 2019

Lenovo controls 38% of Egypt's tablet market - Official

Personal computers and tablets represented 76% of the company’s revenues

Lenovo's laptop PCs are displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo September 5, 2012.

Lenovo's laptop PCs are displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo September 5, 2012.

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Cairo – Mubasher: Revenues generated by Chinese technology firm Lenovo Group Ltd in Europe, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and North and West Africa accounted for 25% of its total revenues which amounted to $51 billion for the fiscal year ended 31 March.

The Chinese, North American, and South American markets have made up 21% and 32% of the tech firm’s total revenues, Rony Mezeraani, general manager of Lenovo for Levant, Egypt, and North Africa, said in a press conference on Tuesday.

Personal computers and tablets represented 76% of the company’s revenues, while smart phones and data centre services made up 13% and 11%, respectively, Mezeraani told Mubasher.

Lenovo’s personal computer segment has a market share of 25% in the UAE, he added.

In Egypt, the company’s tablet segment holds a market share of 38%, with plans to reach 40%, Ola El-Dib, Lenovo’s consumer and commercial country manager for Egypt and Levant, said.

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