Lenovo IdeaCentre A300 Video
Lenovo IdeaCentre A300 Video Transcript
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>> Rafe: Hi, this is Rafe Needleman [assumed spelling] at CES 2010 taking a first look at the Idea Center A300 from Lenovo; this is a very slick looking desktop machine. It's an Intel machine with Windows 7, a camera, 2 gigs of RAM, the whole 9. If you want a desktop machine for a living room or kitchen this is worth taking a look at. It's got an unusual assortment of ports on it and this is the HDMI out, it's got HDMI in so will actually make a decent media center computer. If style matters too the A300 is the thinnest all-in-one on the market as well and it's got some very, very nice design features if it matters to you. For example, this little post here has multi colored LED's inside it that will change colors if you like; this might be an optional feature Lenovo hasn't decided on that yet. Now, for all the bells and whistles on this machine it's not a touch-screen. If you want a touch-screen all-in-one from Lenovo they do have a product for you it's $649, which is $50 more than this one but this one has the full Intel powered CPU so it can handle the media that you might want to do on it. From CES I'm Rafe Needleman. ^M00:01:09 [ Music ]
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