The Lenovo Ideacentre Q150 has started to ship in the US, although there was no official announcement on Lenovo’s part which goes to show just how low key the entire affair is. You will be able to opt from a 160GB hard drive model which is going for $220, while the 250GB hard drive option will see the price rise by another $130. This nettop will sport a wireless keyboard and mouse for added convenience if you decide to use it in your living room while seated in your favorite lounge chair, although the Q150 will lack an internal optical drive, IR receiver or remote control. Other specifications include a dual core Atom D510 1.66GHz processor, up to 2GB RAM, NVIDIA’s ION graphics chipset, 5.1-channel audio (making this suitable for a half-decent HTPC), Wi-Fi N connectivity, HDMI output and a VESA wall mount for more flexible installation options within the home. Sounds like a pretty affordable option by any means for a device of its class.
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