Lenovo's Atom-powered C100 is Cheap, Cheerful

Following its launch of the ThinkPad X200 and T400s, the company has something a little more modest to offer those with little need for a full blown desktop. The company today announced the C100, an Atom-based all in one that boasts an 18.5-inch, 16:9 display with Intel's Atom 230 single core or the 330 dual core as well as a DVD burner/reader, 4 USB ports, GMA950 integrated graphics, 1 GB of RAM, a 160 GB (5400 RPM) hard drive. Top it all off with Windows XP and the starting price of $399 is almost too good to be true. Any takers? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • WheelsOfConfusion
    LORD_ORIONPlease stop buying this crap. You can build something twice as powerful on your own.

    People in the market for slim all-in-ones usually aren't the kind that build powerful systems for themselves.
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  • Pyroflea
    LORD_ORION, please post your slim, monitor-only PC you have built yourself. Thanks. :)
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  • LORD_ORION
    Please stop buying this crap. You can build something twice as powerful on your own.
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  • WheelsOfConfusion
    LORD_ORIONPlease stop buying this crap. You can build something twice as powerful on your own.

    People in the market for slim all-in-ones usually aren't the kind that build powerful systems for themselves.
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  • Anonymous
    It's fine if you don't mind a painfully slow computer, but for anyone wanting something faster than my first computer I built in 2001(bleeding edge Athon XP), it's going to be a bit disappointing.
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