Lenovo has recently unveiled its newest online store, in an effort to better serve the needs of their tech-savvy Singaporean customers. Both consumer and enterprise patrons will be at an advantage, as the site aims to become a convenient one-stop shop for Lenovo’s vast range of products.
Upon visiting Lenovo’s online store at you may find that only a selection of their popular products are available for purchase, namely their PCs and tablets, but the site is just in its initial stages. By the end of November, software, peripherals, and other devices will be rolled out, and made available to all consumers.
Lenovo’s confidence in the stellar quality of its products has led the company to come up with a highly flexible returns policy on select models, where customers can handle purchases with a peace of mind. If an issue of defective devices does arise, they will offer full refunds or replacements as needed.
What really sounded impressive was their 10 day testing period for Lenovo devices. Customers can freely put their devices to the test for 10 days, and if you happen to change your mind, they are happy to do a refund for standard configuration models at any time within the allotted period. The only downside is that you will have to pay for a small restocking fee.
The Best Thing Of Device-Shopping Online
The option of ordering your Lenovo devices online is made better with online-only options. For eagle-eyed shoppers who are constantly on the lookout for great deals, Lenovo will periodically offer special web-only promotions and products. It’s cost-friendly with the attractive deal of free shipping, and you even have the ability to track orders via both online and customer service hotlines. However, if you plan to order, do take note that shipping might take up to 3 weeks to arrive, so if you’re in a hurry to get your hands on your selected item, you’re better off making your way down to the store itself.
Lenovo online also offers a simple customisation service that allows personal configurations of their best-selling Think PCs and Tablets to best suit each customer’s needs. Via the Configure-To-Order (CTO) option, customers can choose from a variety of upgrade options for optimal performance, such as by increasing device memory or improving processing power.
Everyone has different needs and priorities, and instead of having to compromise one aspect for another, the introduction of customisation options will benefit a wide range of consumers, such as professionals who require high-performance systems, media specialists for designing and multimedia editing, and even businesses with diverse computing requirements.
Through this new site, it looks like Lenovo is ready to appeal to the masses in an entirely new fashion, and for all you tech geeks, this may just be the right time to customise your very own hardware according to what you want, without ever leaving the seat at your desk.
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