Lenovo to give away more 2008 Beijing Olympics V200 notebooks for charity


Lenovo is reprising their competition from August which showed several of their limited edition Olympic Torch-inspired notebooks, by launching three online charity auctions in the UK tomorrow to commemorate it being six months until the 2008 Beijing games.

Each of the Lenovo 3000 V200 12.1-inch widescreen notebooks will be signed by the British silver medalist Gail Emms, and features an inbuilt optical drive, 1.3-megapixel camera and 120GB of hard disk space.

All of the proceeds made during the auction will be given to various charities, with auctions also being held in Japan, Australia, France, Russia, USA, Hong Kong, Argentina, China, India, Brazil and Canada.

Lenovo Hope Fund Auctions

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One thought on “Lenovo to give away more 2008 Beijing Olympics V200 notebooks for charity

  • The whole charity auction of limited edition products by this Beijing Olympics sponsor is a really great idea that will benefit all, not least the charities. Great idea. Good work.

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