Lenovo unveiled three new desktop PCs with the Lenovo IdeaCentre A300, C310 and K320 at the CES 2010.
Lenovo has re-launched the all-in-one desktop form factor with the IdeaCentre A300 (photo). Lenovo says that the A300 is the industry’s thinnest all-in-one PC. With an elegant asymmetrical design that conceals the PC in its base instead of conventionally having the PC behind the screen, the A300 has a depth of just 18.5mm for its 21.5-inch Full HD LED panel. Indeed the IdeaCentre is challenging the Apple iMac in style and thinness.
The IdeaCentre A300 features the unique Lenovo Enhanced Experience certification that delivers an optimized boot and shutdown process, rich multimedia capabilities and easy system maintenance tools. With up to Intel Core 2 Duo processors, the A300 comes with fun applications for a TV-like experience, including CamSuite software for enhanced facial tracking and image effects via the desktop’s integrated web camera. Standard accessories include wireless Bluetooth keyboard and mouse for more comfortable computing in the living room, and it supports HDMI in/out for connecting to other High-Definition devices like a TV.
The A300 also includes integrated high-speed 802.11n Wi-Fi and Lenovo Rescue System software to quickly and easily recover data if a document is lost or becomes corrupt.
The cool IdeaCentre A300 will be available in February for $699.99.
Lenovo has enriched its all-in-one desktop portfolio with the C310. The C310 includes a 20-inch High-Def, 16:9 widescreen display to support superior multimedia viewing and Lenovo NaturalTouch Panel responsive fingertip touch screen technology for a more dynamic and interactive experience.
The C310 also includes Lenovo’s IdeaTouch - a suite of touch-optimized multimedia applications, and VeriTouch software that adds an interactive user login to the touchscreen experience. With up to Intel Atom 330 Dual Core processors, 4GB of memory, a discrete graphics card and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4530 512MB, the C310 is ideal for enjoying videos, music and games anywhere in the home.
The IdeaCentre C310 will sell for $649.99 in February.
Lenovo IdeaCentre K320
For gamers and those that require superior graphics performance, Lenovo presents the new IdeaCentre K320 desktop, a PC equipped to power the most intensive programs. The K320 includes the Intel Core i7 processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, enthusiast-level graphics with select models offering up to ATI Radeon HD5970 2GB, and up to two RAID configured hard drives. With its front-mounted Power Control Switch, users can choose between performance, dynamic and silent operating modes with a suitable halo lighting effect to match. The K320 lets users experience superior in high-performance multimedia, with up to 8GB DDR3 memory, 1TB HDD storage and a single button to quickly copy USB drive contents to the desktop HDD. The IdeaCentre K320 also comes equipped with Bright Vision technology, which automatically adjusts screen brightness based on the user’s proximity and surrounding light conditions, reducing eye strain. Lastly, users will get peace of mind with the Lenovo Rescue System that allows for quick and easy system recovery at the touch of a button.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre K320 has an MSRP of $599.99.
Lenovo also unveiled today 8 netbooks and notebooks at the CES 2010.
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