Lenovo All In One Desktops
Interested in Lenovo all in one desktops? This article examines the models that give you a compete computer in one package.
Why Buy an All-in-One Computer?
All in one computers are great systems because they provide you everything in one nice compact package much like a laptop. These desktop systems take up less room that a regular PC tower and you can sit them in areas where space is at a premium. The screens on these system are also large so you have ample room to work. You don't need to go out and buy a separate monitor which cuts your costs down with the system. Many desktops end up sitting on the floor or in areas that collect more dust and these systems can be placed in areas with more ventilation so they can be cleaned easier than a tower PC. Another advantage is that these systems are easy to move around your house.One downside is that on some models you can't upgrade the unit, so you are stuck with what you get.
B320 77602SU 21.5-Inch All-In-One Desktop
This Lenovo computer has an Intel Core i3-2120 processor at 3.3 GHz. It features 2 cores, 4 threads and 3MB cache. The screen is 12.5” so you have plenty of room to work and it’s in full HD at 1920x1080 resolution. The computer has 4GB of DDR3 1333MHz memory and a huge 1TB 7200 RPM hard drive. This machine features Lenovo IdeaTouch where is a range of touch optimized multimedia applications. Graphics in the system are Intel HD 2000. The computer has integrated speakers, wireless keyboard, and mouse. Other features include a webcam, wireless Internet, integrated DVD reader/writer, and Windows 7 operating system.
B320 77602SU 21.5-Inch Review
This is an excellent home computer system and the massive 1TB drive allows you to store tons of files which is perfect if you work with a lot of images on websites or take digital pictures. The memory is enough to do most basic tasks but a come more GB of memory would be ideal on this system. At around $650.00 this is a very good deal for what you get. The downside to this computer is the integrated graphics chip. This computer will play older games but the newer ones it might struggle with. If your family is big into gaming this might not be the system to buy. If you want a computer with a huge hard drive to store all your files and do most general tasks effortlessly this Lenovo B320 77602SU 21.5-Inch All-In-One Desktop will do just that.
Lenovo B520 77452FU Alll-In-One 23-Inch Desktop
This computer features an Intel Core 15 2310 processor at 2.9GHz with 2 cores, 4 threads, and 6MB of cache. The screen is a touch screen at 23” with full HD 1920x1080 resolution. The computer has 6MB of DDR memory and 1 TB 7200 RPM hard drive. The graphics chip is a NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M with 1GB of video memory. System has integrated speakers, web camera, wireless Internet, DVD read/write, and an integrated TV tuner.
Lenovo B520 77452FU Review
This system is expensive but it’s well worth the price tag. The computer features a nice large hard drive for today’s multimedia demands. With the 1TB drive you’ll have plenty of room for all those files. The processor is fast but more importantly it has an NVIDIA graphic chip which is perfect for playing games. You don’t want integrated graphics for playing today’s games and this one has a nice GeForce GT 555M card for all your gaming demands. The 6GB of memory should also help with your gaming demands. This is a decent system for gamers to buy.
Lenovo C205 77291KU All-In-One 18.5-Inch Desktop
This Lenovo is an affordable all in one option at $522.00. The computer features an AMD Dual-core E-350 accelerated processor and 4GB of DDR3 memory. The hard drive is at 500GB and the computer has an integrated DVD reader/writer. The 18.5” screen features HD 1366x 768 resolution and the graphic chip is an integrated AMD ATI HD. The computer ships with Windows 7 home edition. Features a webcam, wireless Internet, wireless, keyboard, and a mouse.
Lenovo C205 77291KU Review
This is an affordable all in one but it cuts some corners. The hard drive is only 500GB and while that us large it could be a bit bigger for those that work with lots of images. The screen is a nice size and the computer will save space in those cramped areas of the home or office. The integrated graphic chip is fine for basic tasks such as working with images or watching videos but it will struggle with newer games and in many cases just won't play them properly. This is a basic home system but not one to be a graphics power house. It does have 5 USB ports so you can hook it up to all your other electronic equipment with ease.