The all-in-one revolution continues, as Lenovo follows Dell, HP, Samsung, and Toshiba in announcing a new desktop that packs its components into its display. Starting at $699, the 325 is affordably priced and sports a 20-inch screen.
Of course, it's that affordable because the base model lacks the multi-touch capabilities of many of its competitors. You can add the touchscreen feature, but the Lenovo Website doesn't specify how much such an extra costs. Other specs of the base model include the AMD Fusion E450 processor, 8GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, DVD burner, Mobility Radeon 6310 integrated graphics, and built-in Wi-Fi and webcam.
Other options that Lenovo lists but don't seem currently available are a built-in TV tuner and USB 3.0 port. You do get an HDMI output standard to connect the C325 to a larger screen like an HDTV. The 1,600x900 20-inch display also rotates from -5° to 25° to make use of Lenovo's IdeaTouch package of touch-screen-friendly apps (if you get a touch-screen-enabled model).
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