It seemed that the iMac is the machine that kicked off the All-In-One (AIO) craze when it came to desktops, and there does not seem to be any signs of abating. Case in point, the Lenovo C325, where this latest release from Lenovo will not only help you save real estate space in your home, it will also be easy on your pockets. Check out the rest of the specifications for the C325 after the jump.
First of all, the Lenovo C325 will feature a generous 20″ LED-backlit display with optional multitouch touchscreen support if you decide to fork out a little bit more dough. Use the built-in DVD drive to watch your favorite DVDs, or opt to stream movies via Wi-Fi. Other hardware specifications include an HDMI port, integrated stereo speakers that support SRS Premium Sound, a webcam that has facial tracking is capable of creating fun image effects, as well as Lenovo’s Eye-Distance System and Dynamic Brightness System which will alert users whenever they come too close to the desktop display.
AMD’s E450 processors will power this particular AIO, and you can rest easy knowing that Lenovo’s Rescue System will be able to do its bit to combat data mishaps by restoring lost or corrupt data files. Pricing for the Lenovo C325 All-In-One desktop starts from $699 upwards – not much you can argue about here, can you? [Press Release]
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