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Lenovo C200


$500.00 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Slick all-in-one design. Affordable price point. Dual core Atom processor - fast enough for the vast majority of consumers, better than single core processors for heavier multitasking.

The Cons:Touchscreen is largely useless on an upright computing device - poor ergonomics. All plastic build. No Blu-ray drive option.

The Lenovo C200 is a budget-friendly, all-in-one Windows 7 PC designed for gaming and multimedia. It features an 18.6” LCD display that can be upgraded to touchscreen, an Intel dual-core Atom 510 processor, and an optional Nvidia Ion 2 chipset with Optimus technology, which automatically switches from onboard graphics to the Nvidia CPU, depending on usage.

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It’s unfortunately limited to 720p video playback, and it comes with a standard DVD drive rather than Blu-ray. Users seeking to really save money also have the option to pursue the ‘C200 Lite,’ which utilizes a downgraded sans Ion chipset, but does include the touchscreen functionality.

Features

  • AIO PC
  • Thermal Design    
  • Windows 7 OS
  • Intel Atom Processor
  • Up to 4GB RAM
  • Optional Nvidia Ion
  • Optional Touschscreen
  • 720p Video Playback
  • Integrated WiFi
  • Integrated Speakers
  • 6-in-1 Media Card Reader
  • DVD/CD Combo Player
  • High-Sense Web Camera
  • Optional Wireless Keyboard/Mouse
  • OneKey Recovery/Backup
  • Automatic Driver/Software Installation

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    slick all-in-one design

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    affordable price point

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    dual core Atom processor - fast enough for the vast majority of consumers, better than single core processors for heavier multitasking

  • 1

    optional Nvidia ION 2 chipset with Optimus technology - allows for fair gaming capabilities, HD media playback - all while automatically maintaining low power consumption

  • 1

    integrated DVD drive

  • 1

    ample RAM and drive capacity (4GB, 500GB)

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    touchscreen display

  • 1

    more affordable unit available without Ion graphics for those who do not require enhanced graphics

Cons
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    touchscreen is largely useless on an upright computing device - poor ergonomics

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    all plastic build

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    no Blu-ray drive option

  • -1

    no HDMI output

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