Lenovo on Tuesday unveiled its H320 desktop PC, a budget slim tower model priced to sell.
The H320 is Lenovo's first slim tower desktop PC, and features Intel's 2010 Core i3 processor.
Inside, you'll find up to 8GB of memory, up to 640GB of storage (7200 RPM), a DVD-RW drive and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Connectivity includes Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n and ports that include an 8-in-1 card reader, six USB 2.0 ports (2 front, 4 rear), two PS/2, VGA, and 10/100M LAN.
The H320 also comes with the company's "Eye Distance System" which alerts you if you are too close to the screen -- as an online editor, I could probably use this -- and a dynamic brightness setting to match your environment, so long as you use a supported monitor (Lenovo L2361p, for example).
The Lenovo H320 will be available beginning at the end of June and start at $549.
More Lenovo announcements today on ZDNet:
- Lenovo unveils IdeaPad Z, U series notebooks; start $649, $699
- Lenovo introduces IdeaCentre Q150 nettop with optional remote and keyboard
- Lenovo rolls out IdeaCentre A700 and B305 all-in-one desktop PCs
- John Morris: Lenovo launches new consumer laptops and all-in-ones
- Lenovo's June/July 2010 desktop lineup (photos)
- New Lenovo U and Z series IdeaPads (photos)