Well, what do we have here? At first glance, some folks might say that Apple’s lawyers are going to bear down on Lenovo, since the Lenovo IdeaCentre A520 All-in-One PC does seem to resemble the iMac somewhat from certain angles. Actually, I jest – this is not going to happen, and just what does the Lenovo IdeaCentre A520 pack underneath the hood? We are looking at a 23” frameless display that boasts support for 10-point multi-touch that delivers a far greater amount of accuracy when you touch it with your finger, while sporting a widely adjustable screen angle (from -5 to 90°) to cater for more comfortable use regardless of the position you are in.
Running on a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor, this slim 23” AIO PC will deliver Full HD (1920×1080) clarity in 16:9 widescreen goodness. It also carries the Lenovo Dynamic Brightness System that protects your eyes by automatically adjusting screen brightness depending on ambient light conditions.
You can have up to 1TB of storage space on this puppy, a maximum of 8GB RAM, a DVD drive with the option to change it to Blu-ray if your budget permits, and a whole host of connectivity options including Wi-Fi and USB 3.0. Expect it to be reasonably priced when it arrives at around the same time as Windows 8.
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