China’s Lenovo Plans Gradual U.S. Push

Lenovo Group Ltd. has only just started in the U.S.

The Chinese computer maker, which is known for its ThinkPad personal computers, is working its way toward the American consumer market with what it says is a thoughtful, if slow, approach that will culminate in the company’s first high-end PCs for U.S. buyers later this year.

“We have the best products in commercial space with the Think brand,” said Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo’s chief executive, in an interview at the Consumer Electronics Show here. He plans to rely on the popularity of his company’s well-regarded business computers to start selling the high-end PCs.

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