In pictures: Inside Lenovo's Yamato lab

Sep 6, 2012
Not long after Lenovo took over IBM’s renowned Yamato R&D centre in 2005, it relocated the entire facility to expanded digs barely a stones’ throw away from the orginal site in Yokahama, south of Tokyo. Now it sits as one of the most sophisticated research and testing facilities in the world. 
<p>One of Lenovo&#8217;s senior stress-test engineers looks on in amuesment as his colleague appears to have misplaced his ThinkPad.</p>  
 
Not long after Lenovo took over IBM’s renowned Yamato R&D centre in 2005, it relocated the entire facility to expanded digs barely a stones’ throw away from the orginal site in Yokahama, south of Tokyo. Now it sits as one of the most sophisticated research and testing facilities in the world.

One of Lenovo’s senior stress-test engineers looks on in amuesment as his colleague appears to have misplaced his ThinkPad.

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