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Lenovo Announces Three New All-in-One Desktops

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Lenovo has introduced three new AIO desktops spanning the A and B Series.

On Friday during the IFC 2012 tradeshow in Berlin, Lenovo revealed three new all-in-one (AIO) desktops: the IdeaCentre A550, and the IdeaCentre B340 and B345. All three will hit the market in October, starting at $599 USD.

Following the IdeaCentre A720, the stylish new IdeaCentre A520 A-Series AIO desktop takes the same form factor and crams in a 23-inch frameless 1080p Full HD 10-point multi-touch display. This screen also features a widely adjustable angle (from -5 to 90-degrees flat) and IPS LED backlighting, providing a perfect picture at any angle.

As for what's behind the screen, the new AIO will offer up to a 3rd-generation Intel Core i7 processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000, up to 8 GB of DDR3 memory, and up to 1 TB of HDD storage. Additional features will include Dolby certified speakers with Dolby Home Theater v4, an optional Blu-ray optical drive, and a range of touch-optimized multimedia applications and games.

The Lenovo IdeaCentre A520 will be available this October 2012 starting at $999 USD.

Looking for an entertainment hub? Lenovo's new IdeaCentre B350 and IdeaCentre B345 B-Series AIO desktops may be what you're looking for. Following the 23-inch IdeaCentre B545 which was first introduced back in April (starting at $699 USD), these two new 21.5-inch desktop PCs will "come packed with fun entertainment features" right out of the box including support for 3D (two pairs of glasses are included), and an optional TV tuner.

Slated to arrive this October starting at $599 USD, the IdeaCentre B340 and B345 will feature up to 3rd-generation Intel Core i7 or AMD quad-core processors, and up to Nvidia's GeForce 615 2 GB (B340) GPU or AMD's Radeon HD 7470A 1 GB (B345) GPU. "The B Series all-in-ones use more powerful processors and components designed for desktop tower PCs," Lenovo said. "VESA mount compatibility gives users flexibility on where to situate their all-in-one in the home."

So far the actual specs of all three AIOs are unknown, so stay tuned -- Lenovo should have the product pages up and running shortly.

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    freggo , August 31, 2012 3:00 PM
    So why the "article" ?
    No photos, no details... how about wait until there is something to report instead of wasting visitor's time ?