With space for desktop computers shrinking, Lenovo’s latest all-in-one IdeaCentre C300 desktop fits the requirements for even the most compact of spaces. The fold-away stand can be positioned between 12 and 40 degrees to help fit the all-in-one into the tightest nooks and crannies.
That leaves room for viewing crisp images on the large 20-inch 16:9 aspect ratio widescreen or watching movies from the all-in-one’s built-in DVD burner/player. Users can also video message with the built-in camera. They can even choose models that fit their lifestyle and decor with choices of red, black or white. Based on the Intel Atom platform, the all-in-one provides ample computing power and performance. Since its fold-away stand and hand grip make it portable, it comes with WiFi in addition to its Ethernet connectivity. For flexibility in connection to other media and peripherals, it comes with six USB ports, a firewire port and a 6-in-1 multicard reader. For increased reliability and to keep users productive, the all-in-one also comes with the Lenovo Rescue System.
Specifications, Pricing and Availability2
The IdeaCentre C300 all-in-one desktop will be available starting in July for $449.
- Display: 20-inch 16:9 aspect ratio (1600mm 900mm)
- Processor: Intel Atom 230
- Chipset: Intel 945GC chipset
- Graphics: Intel integrated
- Memory: 1-2 GB DDR2 667
- Hard Drive: 160-640 GB 1 slot
- Connectivity: Ethernet 100 MB, WiFi 802.11 abg (optional)
- Optical: Tray in RAMBO (1 slot)
- Other: 1.3 megapixel camera, 1394/firewire port, 6 USB, 6-in-1 multimedia card (secure digital multimedia card, XD, memory stick, memory stickpro, secure digital pro), two 2.0 audio 3 watts, 120 watt power adapter, wired USB mouse, wired PS/2 keyboard
- Software: XP Home, Vista Home Basic, Vista Home Premium