Today Lenovo sent out a press release announcing the launch of a slew of new machines. We've already covered the IdeaPad laptops. Lenovo is also releasing three new IdeaCentre all-in-one PCs. The A700 and B305 are both single-package computers with touchscreen capabilities and an HD monitor. The Q150 is a space-saving home media nettop.
The A700 sports a 23” full HD widescreen display. The processor can go up to an Intel Core i7. There is HDMI in/out and JBL designed speakers with Dolby Home Theater. The A700 comes with a 3-in-1 mouse that can act as an air mouse/pointer and a game controller. This beefy rig can pack up to 8 GB of RAM and have up to 2 TB of storage space.
The IdeaCentre B305 packs an AMD Athlon II X4 quad-core processor. It has a 21.5” widescreen with full HD resolution and LED panel technology. Both computers include 6-in-1 media card readers and rear USB ports. The have b/g/n WiFi and Lenovo Rescue System software.
Lenovo is also launching the Q150 nettop. This little gadget is just .82” wide and 6.7” high. It can be attached to a TV or monitor and sports an Nvidia Ion 512 MB graphics processor for full 1080p HD. The A700 will launch in June for $999, along with the $699 B305. The Q150 will launch at the end of June for $249.