In the spirit of the holidays, it’s nice to give your friends or family a gift they can use. Cash can be seen as impersonal, and sometimes a gift is just the wrong thing. What better way than to give a gift card or gift certificate that your friend or relative can use any way they choose.
Show someone you care by giving them a Lotus Gift Certificate toward a new computer from Lotus. These computer gift certificates are great because they are affordable, effective and are used toward the purchase of America’s best computers. If you know someone who needs a new computer, help that friend or relative by giving a computer gift certificate from Lotus. They will appreciate it!
You can purchase Lotus computer gift certificates right here on our website. Just click the image below and choose your computer gift certificate, which is powered by PayPal and is easily used at checkout when your friend or relative buys his or her computer here at the Lotus website.
ORLANDO, Florida — July 31, 2011 — Lotus Computer today announced the release of newly-upgraded desktop and notebook computers across its entire product lineup. Included in this comprehensive refresh is a new set of processors, graphics, and other features, as well as new pricing that aims to make the USA-built Lotus desktop and laptop computers more affordable to consumers and businesses of all kinds.
I’m pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website! It features our full product line, from our simple and efficient Element desktop computer, to our powerful Solstice notebooks, as well as an easy way to get a quote on a custom desktop computer. You can also find more information about Lotus, what makes us unique, and where to find us in your local area. We spent months working hard on this site, and we’re thrilled to finally release it to the world.
We recently received word from our IT supplier that Windows XP will no longer be available for us to order within the next few months, as they just purchased their final order of Windows XP copies. What this means for Lotus, is that while we should have enough Windows XP discs and licenses in stock to last us through the year, we are announcing a Windows XP cutoff date of October 22, 2009 — the day Windows 7 is scheduled for release. Continue reading →