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Lenovo C560 AIO Will Pack Nvidia GeForce 705A GPU

By - Source: Lenovo Press Release | B 6 comments

This AIO PC will have Nvidia GeForce 705A graphics.

Consumers looking for an AIO PC for the entire family may want to keep an eye out on the Lenovo C560 shipping next month. The company boasts that this desktop "reshapes" the affordable home computer, combining a smart space saving design with the latest processor technology. Lenovo has also made it easy for owners to upgrade the memory and hard drive thanks to a tool-free design.

This new AIO features a 23-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and optional multi-touch capabilities. This screen is backed by a number of Haswell-based processor options, depending on your wallet: Core i7-4770T, i5-4570T, i3-4330T, i3-4130T; Pentium G3420T, G3220T; and Celeron G1820T. The GPU options include Nvidia GeForce 705A with 1 GB or 2 GB of VRAM.

"Audiophile and movie buffs will enjoy its Dolby Advanced Audio and convenient DVD burner for listening to music and watching movies along with up to 2 TB HD for plenty of storage for those files," reads the product sheet.

The specs show that this AIO features up to 8 GB of memory, up to a 2 TB 5400 RPM hard drive, a front-facing stereo speaker grille with Dolby Advanced Audio, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, HDMI output, a 6-in-1 card reader, Ethernet, Wireless N connectivity and jacks for a microphone and headphones. There's also an optional TV tuner for turning this AIO into a 23-inch HDTV.

The touchscreen C560 AIO will start at $659 and become available beginning in February via major retailers and Lenovo's website.

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    jdog2pt0 , January 5, 2014 7:21 PM
    What the hell, did Lenovo buy a bunch of ad space on Toms? Ten articles in a row...
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    tntom , January 5, 2014 7:24 PM
    Is a Geforce 705A faster than HD5000 graphics from Intel? From what I can find the 710 is slower than HD4500. So why add an inferior Nvidia GPU? I must be missing something. Thanks.
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    mortsmi7 , January 5, 2014 8:33 PM
    Must have been an off day for whatever that company is that makes GPU liquid coolers.
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    vladx , January 5, 2014 10:26 PM
    @tntom: Geforce 705/710 may be slower than a HD5000 in tests, but in real applications (games..) due to Nvidia's much better drivers it's usually the Geforce who's on top.
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    Zenuts , January 6, 2014 5:03 AM
    Quote:
    What the hell, did Lenovo buy a bunch of ad space on Toms? Ten articles in a row...

    CES Coverage. Lenovo is on the spotlight right now, so lots of articles...

    EDIT: Wrong quote selected.
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    tntom , January 6, 2014 6:34 AM
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    @tntom: Geforce 705/710 may be slower than a HD5000 in tests, but in real applications (games..) due to Nvidia's much better drivers it's usually the Geforce who's on top.


    Thanks! That is very true. Nvidia is more involved with the studios and the 705 and 710 will get the same driver benefits of cards like the 770. Faster GPUs are useless if the game crashes or is poorly optimized.