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Friday, 18 September 2009 11:56

Lenovo announces C100 all-in-one desktop

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Attractively priced Atom-based AIO


Lenovo has been keeping busy it seems, as the company announced yet another product in the form of the C100 all-in-one.

The C100 comes with an 18.5 inch 16:9 widescreen LCD, a choice between Intel Atom 230 and 330 CPUs, GMA 950 integrated graphics, 1GB of RAM and a 5400rpm 160GB hard drive.

It features GMA950 integrated graphics, which might not be top notch but should prove enough for office work. It also features a DVD burner and four USB ports and will run Windows XP.

Lenovo apparently means bussiness, as the C100 all-in-one will be one of the cheapest AIOs to hit the market so far, and currently we're aware of only one AIO with a pricetag lower than this. THe C100 is scheduled to hit the shelves on September 16th starting at $399.

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