Lenovo has been celebrating its first year as custodian of IBM’s ThinkPad brand, and has given Sneak a lovely present of a Lenovo notebook. Sadly, all is not quite as it might appear. This notebook is the kind that you write in, with a pen - although it has a cardboard cover styled to look like a laptop. Still, Sneak can’t help wondering what this flimsy item might fetch on eBay with a suitably blurry picture and the right, carefully-worded description: “Lenovo notebook, new and unused, unwanted gift. No reserve. Opening bid £300...” No word a lie...
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