[CES 2013] Here is an all-in-one PC that some folks might actually confuse it to be some sort of Apple product, especially when you check out the black-edged bezel of the monitor and the aluminum body and hinge. No, it will not run on the Mac OS platform, but rather zips about in Windows 8, while being christened as the Lenovo IdeaCentre A730 all-in-one PC. Boasting powerful quad-core Intel Core i7 processors with a maximum 1TB hard drive and 8GB RAM, you can also throw in a Blu-ray disc drive if your budget permits. USB 3.0 connectivity and a memory card reader are also thrown into the mix to maximize your investment.
What we’re stoked about the Lenovo IdeaCentre A730 is the monitor’s resolution – it is touted to be the world’s slimmest QHD panel at 2560 x 1440 pixels, delivering 27″ of frameless Full HD widescreen viewing alongside an accurate 10-point PCT multi-touch experience. Boasting an adjustable screen angle of -5 degrees to 90 degrees, the IdeaCentre A730 will also carry a 720p webcam with Skype certification, HDMI in and out connectivity, and voice recognition. Each purchase will be accompanied by a matching 2.4GHz wireless mouse and keyboard.
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