Amazon’s $1.1 billion purchase of laptop maker Lenovo is the latest big purchase in a wave of Amazon laptop deals.
Amazon’s acquisition of Lenovo is one of the biggest in recent memory.
Lenovo sold nearly 20 million laptops in the United States, according to research firm IDC.
It is also a big seller in Europe and Australia.
Lenovo’s sales jumped by almost 60 percent last year.
The company sold more than 7 million of its laptops in North America in 2016.
Lenovo laptops have an estimated $1,000 to $1 to $2,000 price tag.
Lenovo has been a major buyer of Apple products for decades, including its MacBook Air laptop.
It also has a growing business selling Apple Watch, Apple Watch Series 2, and Apple Watch models.
It has a partnership with Amazon Prime that allows customers to save money on their purchases.
Lenovo will use the $1 billion to build its own factory in the city of Bordeaux, France, according a report by The Verge.
Lenovo is building its new factory to produce its own laptop, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the company said in a statement.
Lenovo bought Lenovo from Chinese rival Lenovo in 2012 for $5.5 billion.
Lenovo, which was acquired by HP in 2013, was one of HP’s most profitable businesses.
HP sells devices like the HP Elite x3, HP Chromebook 14, and HP Elite Workstation.
The Lenovo Thinkpad X1 is a budget laptop that is popular with consumers, but also has the ability to power other high-end devices.
The ThinkPad also has an inexpensive, small form factor and an attractive price tag for its size.
Lenovo did not disclose any specific details about the manufacturing plant.
In a blog post, Lenovo said that it expects to make a final announcement regarding the Lenovo X1 in the first half of 2019.