Not sure how well it will sell to enthusiasts really. However, for people who want a retro aesthetic computer at all costs, this could be a winner. Could be an ideal inner city "expensive coffee shop" computer. It allows you to have that retro styling with moderately up to date hardware. Equally, for people who do a lot of typing it could be a nice choice, since you don't need high end specs, just solid robust hardware with battery life and a nice typing feel, with the extra retro aesthetic once again it could be a winner. Think of it more as a MacBook alternative for people who don't want a mac. But I am not sure if that style of Lenovo is old enough yet to have gone full circle to being back in fashion.