Lenovo was one of the first PC OEM makers to reveal plans for touchscreen notebooks and all-in-one PCs that were based on Windows 8. This week, the company put two of those products on sale, including an all-in-one that was first announced way back in August 2012.
That would be the Lenovo IdeaCentre A520, which has a 10-point 23 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1920x1080. The screen also can be adjusted by as much as 95 degrees thanks to its aluminum base and arm. Inside, the PC supports up to an Intel Core i7 processor, with storage options up to 1 TB and up to 8 GB of RAM. Customers can also pay for an NVIDIA discrete graphics card and even a TV tuner. The starting price for the Lenovo IdeaCentre A520 is $1,099.
The PC maker also started selling the IdeaPad U31Touch Ultrabook this week, which was announced at CES 2013 in January. It has a 10-point 13.3 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1366x768. It supports up to an Intel Core i7 processor, and storage up to 500 GB, with an option to add a second 24 GB SSD. It can hold up to 4 GB of RAM and weighs around 3.9 pounds with a battery life of up to six hours. The IdeaPad U31Touch Ultrabook starts out with a price of $819.