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Lenovo IdeaCentre A310


$1,250.00 Released July, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:No wires to contend with, just has a nice clean look. No fan noise, works pretty much silently. Uses very little power while in operation.

The Cons:Wireless chiclet keyboard isn't very comfortable for touch typing. External DVD drive seems a little out of place, isn't all that convenient. Difficult/impossible to upgrade later on.

The Lenovo IdeaCentre A310 is an all-in-one desktop PC released as an upgrade from the original IdeaCentre A300. It hosts a much improved Intel Core i3-350M (2.26GHz) dual-core processor alongside an integrated 45nm graphics processor.

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Included also is 2GB of RAM (8 Gigs total), a 320GB SATA HDD (500GB max), and a 21.5” full HD display. Some reviewers say the unit has a DVD Super-Multi Drive, but the folks at Engadget claims that it’s instead bundled with an EXTERNAL DVD rewriter. There is for certain an HDMI output. It runs off the Windows 7 OS (64-bit) and supposedly also hosts a 7-in-1 media card reader, an integrated webcam, and Bluetooth wireless.

Features

  • All-in-One Desktop PC
  • Windows 7
  • Intel Core i3 CPU
  • Integrated Graphics
  • DDR3 RAM
  • SATA HDD
  • Full HD Display
  • Bluetooth Wireless
  • External Optical

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    no wires to contend with, just has a nice clean look

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    no fan noise, works pretty much silently

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    uses very little power while in operation

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    boots up fairly quickly, well under a minute

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    display is easy on the eyes, comfortable to work with over the course of a full day's work

Cons
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    wireless chiclet keyboard isn't very comfortable for touch typing

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    external DVD drive seems a little out of place, isn't all that convenient

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    difficult/impossible to upgrade later on

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