Lenovo seems to have a little something for everyone this time round, with the IdeaCentre Q150 being marketed towards those who want an affordable and yet effective living room entertainment system. It definitely ought to be able to squeeze into even the most crowded living rooms, measuring just 0.82″ wide and 6.7″ in height, capable of sitting or placed anywhere without being noticed or out of place. This pocket-friendly nettop PC can be hooked up to an external display, where it comes with an optional NVIDIA ION 512MB graphics processor that is capable of offering smooth Full HD (1080p) video via the onboard HDMI output, an optional multimedia remote with an integrated trackball mouse and mini keyboard, as well as letting you check emails, browse the web and watch Internet streaming video from the comfort of your favorite lounge chair. With prices starting from $249 as it arrives in the market at the end of next month, this looks to be a hot seller among the middle class demographic who are aiming to jump aboard the HTPC platform for the first time.
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