Dell, the world's largest personal computer maker, plans to take the fight for market share to Lenovo's territory, aiming to double its China market share to 20%, The South China Morning Post reported, citing Dell CEO Kevin Rollins. The executive told a Hong Kong news conference Thursday that both globally and in China, Dell had been taking customers away from Lenovo, noting that Dell is broad name recognition but Lenovo is much less known. Dell is now the third-largest PC seller in the country, with 8.4% of the market in the first quarter of this year. Rollins said Dell's market share in China should be at least 19%. The Chinese computer maker Lenovo bought IBM's PC business this year.