In 2015, Lenovo acquired IBM's personal computer business and, as of 2016, accounted for more than a 20 percent market share of the PC market. Lenovo is famous for its Think-branded computers that include the ThinkPad tablets, ThinkPad Yoga, ThinkPad Helix, as well as the ThinkPad Twist. The company’s worldwide shipments for desk-based and mobile PCs in 2016 amounted to approximately 55.9 million units.
In 2012, Lenovo entered the smartphone market. It went on to aquire the mobile phone handset maker Motorola Mobility from Google in 2014. In the third quarter of 2015 alone, Lenovo sold over 17 million new mobile phones to end users. Other notable products manufactured by Lenovo include its LeTV smart televisions and the Smart Band fitness wearables.
As of the third quarter of 2015, Lenovo held a 3.4 percent share of the smartwatch market, a 3.5 percent share of the market for cloud IT infrastructure, and was able to generate over 3 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from server sales alone. The company is also among of the leading manufacturers of supercomputers worldwide. In 2016, Lenovo unveiled Lenovo Connect, a wireless roaming service that works across devices, networks, and international borders.