Lenovo Group has reported its Q3 results for the period ended Decemeber 31, and put forth some rather solid numbers.
The company experienced a net profit of US$153 million, which is a 54% increase over the US$99.7 million that it achieved in Q3 2010. Revenue also jumped up 44% to US$8.4 billion. Additionally, its mature market revenues increased 81% to US$3.6 billion. This is a 13% increase year-over-year.
Lenovo has also stated that it reached new highs in its market share percentages, as it has reached 14% in the global market category, and 35.3% in the Chinese market.
A lot of these strong figures can be attributed to Lenovo's worldwide PC business, as consolidated sales of the company's laptops totaled US$4.5 billion, a 30% year-over-year jump. Desktop units experienced a 32% year-over-year growth.
At CES 2012, Marketnews caught up with Lenovo to check out its forthcoming IdeaPad Yoga. Check out the video below to see a presentation of the product.