That much became clear this week, when Lenovo President and COO Gianfranco Lanci said he refused an arrangement to resell Surface devices to enterprise customers, The Register reports. Microsoft “asked me more than one year ago, and I said no, I don’t see any reason why I should sell a product from, within brackets, competition,” Lanci said.
Lenovo takes a stand against Microsoft Surface as other OEMs begrudgingly sell it
Microsoft’s newfound success as a maker of high-end PCs is starting to create some awkward situations with other vendors.
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