Lenovo’s H320 is touted to be the first slim tower desktop computer from the company, where it was specially engineered to come in a slim and compact form factor that is roughly half the size of a standard desktop computer. Despite its relatively slimmer size and form factor, you can be sure that Lenovo does not skimp on its innards, where it will be able to hold the all new 2010 Intel Core processor range, while selected models can hold up to 8GB of RAM. Apart from that, you can expect the H320 to feature user care capabilities including Lenovo Eye Distance System that lets you know whether you are staring too closely at the monitor (naughty, naughty!), while Lenovo Dynamic Brightness will adjust the monitor’s brightness automatically based on surrounding light conditions. Of course, these features only work if you use a compatible Lenovo monitor. Make sure you have slightly more than half a grand to bring home the Lenovo H320 from $549 upwards at the end of June.
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