Lenovo announces Windows 8-based all-in-one PCs

Lenovo isn't quite done yet with their new PC announcements. Today, as part of the company's IFA trade show presentation, the company revealed a new series of all-in-one PCs under the IdeaCentre brand that will support Microsoft's next operating system. One of them is the IdeaCentre A520, which has a 10-point 23 inch touch screen with a resolution of 1920x1080.

The A520 can be configured with an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 Core processor, up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of hard drive space. You can also put in an optional NVIDIA GeForce graphics card. Pricing for the A520 will start at $999.

Lenovo has also announced plans to release the IdeaCentre B340 and B345 all-in-one PCs. The B340 and B345 models both have a 21.5 inch 10 point touch screen screen with Intel processors and a feature called OneKey TV, which allows users to quickly switch the PC into becoming a high definition TV without having to power up the PC. Pricing for the PCs will start at $599.

The new IdeaCentre all-in-one PCs will be released in October, just in time for the launch of Windows 8 to the general public.

Source: Lenovo press kit

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SpyderCanopus said,
All in ones + future battery tech = super tablets

Yeah, basically, though you're not going to be taking this around with you anytime soon. Still it's interesting, creative types (people who draw or chart etc) will probably love these types of systems IMO. It might sound niche but any one who uses a drafting table to do their job could easily, I think, switch over to this as a option.

SpyderCanopus said,
All in ones + future battery tech = super tablets

At this pace, we're getting these tablets when my grandchildren die... >_>

Battery tech development is slooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow.

GS:mac

Nashy said,
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I think you hit the "Add comment" button instead of the "Report a problem with article" link directly above <facepalm>

jamieakers said,

I think you hit the "Add comment" button instead of the "Report a problem with article" link directly above <facepalm>


The same button can be found in the top line of his comment...
Pot kettle black?


No offense ^^

GS:mac