PHOTO - Khoo Hung Chuan, Country General Manager, Lenovo Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR, 29 MARCH 2011 - Malaysia's Masterskill University College of Health Sciences (MUCH) has completed the largest PC transaction of its kind in the country's private education sector with 10,000 ThinkPad X100e ultraportable notebooks, it said.
MUCH vice chancellor, Dato' Professor Dr. Nik Rahimah Nik Yacob, said: "We wanted a reliable platform that could assist our students to deal with the rapid changes and to manage knowledge efficiently, and still be cost effective in the next three to five years. After careful consideration, we concluded that Lenovo could assist us in overcoming those challenges. The trendy design of the X100e together with the ThinkVantage Technologies from Lenovo was also found to be the right fit for our young students."
"This milestone reinforces Lenovo's position as the trusted PC choice for corporate sectors," said Lenovo Malaysia country general manager, Khoo Hung Chuan."The ThinkPad X100e provides solid features, leading-edge design and innovation to MUCH and will deliver a great and reliable user experience to the students."
Masterskill University College of Health Sciences (MUCH) is an associate institution of Masterskill Education Group Berhad (MEGB), an operator of nursing and allied health education in Malaysia. Incorporated in 1997, MUCH is principally engaged in the provision of higher education and training to meet the health needs of the world, with staff strength of 1,200 people and a capacity of 20,000 students across seven campuses.
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