[CES 2013] All-in-one desktops seem to be the norm these days, as they not only save you plenty of space in the process, the far cleaner design overall would also go a long way in making your home look neat, tidy, and of course, modern. Lenovo’s C540 Touch All-In-One intends to bring affordability without compromising on performance, where it comes with a 23″ LED widescreen design with a 16:9 aspect ratio, and while it comes with a wired keyboard, you can also choose to include a 2.4G wireless new ID slim keyboard if your budget permits.
Underneath the slim hood, you will find a dual-core Intel DT processor, with options up to Ivy Bridge Core i3, and your fingers would also be at home dancing across its 5-point Optical Multi-touch display. It is a snap to upgrade your hard drive and memory thanks to the sliding doors, while you can beef up the graphical prowess of the C540 by upgrading it to a GeForce 615 (comes in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB configurations) instead of settling for the integrated Intel HD Graphics 2500.
Apart from that, this Windows 8-ready all-in-one machine will also be able to carry a maximum of 8GB RAM and a 1TB hard drive, sporting a 720p webcam with Dolby Sound support.
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