Lenovo seems to be one of the few companies dedicated towards the all-in-one desktop segment as they constantly keep updating their line up. The last PC we reviewed was their IdeaCenter B500, which was a powerful little beast, but it was a bit bulky and the styling was more 'in-your-face'. For those looking for a more sophisticated approach to their personal computing, Lenovo’s latest offering, the IdeaCenter A320 should be right up your alley. Lenovo has completely redesigned their new desktop and made it incredibly stylish. But does it have any substance? Let's find out.
Lenovo IdeaCenter A320
Design and Build quality
Lenovo seem to have given quite a bit of thought to the new design as it's a lot more ergonomic compared to their earlier models. The entire screen is supported on a single hinge that can swivel and tilt allowing you to adjust it to suit your sitting position. The screen is a 21.5-inch Full HD display with LED backlighting. The panel is protected by a glass that covers the bezel as well, giving it a seamless look. The quality of the panel is very good too and due to the glossy effect of the glass, the colours appear rich and crisp.
Minimilistic design looks good
USB 3.0 is a big plus
The entire PC sits in the base of the desktop
Updated 25 May, 2013, 10:02 am IST
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