Lenovo Updates IdeaCentre AIO PCs with Hardware TV and Frameless Multitouch
There is no denying it, Lenovo’s IdeaCentre AIO’s are some of the nicest All-in-one PCs in the industry. This year for CES they’ve improved on previous models, but have mostly kept the same great design schemes in tact. For starters, the IdeaCentre A320 remains the industry’s slimmest AIO and is being updated with a 2nd generation Core i5 Processor. Next up is the IdeaCentre B230, an AIO with a 21.5″ display that comes with a built-in Hardware TV (HWTV) which means that users don’t need to turn on the PC to start watching TV.
The B520 is about to become the world’s first frameless multitouch AIO. It’s available with a 2nd generation Core i7 processor and a 23″ full HD display that utilizes Project Capacitive Touch (PCT) for a more accurate and comfortable multitouch user experience. It’s also optionally available with Nvidia’s 3D Vision solution.
Meanwhile, the new Lenovo C205 is a budget AIO with an 18.5″display and a system that runs on AMD processors.
The IdeaCentre A320 will be priced starting at $699. The IdeaCentre B520 and IdeaCentre B320 will be available June 2011 starting at $899 and $699. The Lenovo C205 will start at $449.