Chinese hardware products creator Lenovo Monday said it considers India as a potential place for assembling laptops.
"At Pondicherry plant, where we are as of now assembling desktops, has the limit and adaptability to fabricate portable workstations (note pads). The organization will need to accept a call when to do it," Dinesh Nair, chief, shopper business, Lenovo India said.
He said that Lenovo, which as of now began producing at its Chennai plant, is focused 'Eager for advancement in India' activity, which is apparent from the visit of the organization's CEO and Chairman Yang Yuanqing in 2015 for a meeting with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Lenovo, which is as of now the third biggest seller of PCs in India as far as piece of the pie, has overhauled its whole scope of portfolio focusing on the young and the business sections and keeping the cost at aggressive levels, he told columnists in Kolkata on Monday.
Nair said that assembling portable workstations in India would give more adaptability as no less than two months were expected to ship items from China.
As of now, the whole scope of portable PCs is being sent from China, he said.
As far as income commitment, the tablets fragment was adding to 85 percent to 88 percent of general PC deals, the rest being desktops, Nair said.
On business sector development of PCs, he said that it stayed level in the last quarter.