Lenovo released its IdeaCentre C100 computer that will be powered by an Intel Atom processor, where this 20″ nettop will eventually come with Windows 7 and a touchscreen display, although you will have to settle for Vista at the moment – at least until Windows 7 is released. This little nettop will retail for around $400, where it will run on an Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor, hold up to 2GB RAM, boasts a DVD burner and a 160GB hard drive. Strange to see webcam and Wi-Fi connectivity being optional in this case, but guess that is how they make sure the price remains affordable.
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