Lenovo intends to deliver both power and performance via their latest IdeaCentre K330 desktop, where it will carry the latest Intel Core i7 processors alongside Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, delivering exceptional performance with up to 16GB DDR3 memory which is accompanied by twin RAID0-configured hard disk drives and up to 4TB of hard drive storage. Harking back to the yesteryears where computers came with a “Turbo” button, the Power Control Switch does somewhat the same, allowing you to change between three convenient power modes for the fan and CPU speed, with Turbo Red for high speed and power performance, Auto Blue for regular operation and Cool Green for the silent, energy-saving mode. When it comes to entertainment, the K330 does not intend to disappoint either with an integrated DVD or Blu-ray Disc drive, an optional TV Tuner and HD graphics support. Doesn’t seem to be a slouch on paper, and with prices starting from $699 upwards, you can be sure the IdeaCentre K300 might just do well when it is released early next year.
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