Lenovo has rolled out a ton of new computers today, so let's kick things off with the debut of the IdeaCentre A700 and B305 all-in-one desktop computers.
Targeted towards individuals and families rather than businesses, Lenovo has put a good deal of emphasis on design when it comes to its new A700 and B305 desktops.
Packaged in a curvy, aluminum casing, the A700 keeps things focused on home entertainment with JBL speakers with Dolby technology, DirectX 11 graphics and HDMI in/out support to connect and stream from various HD devices.
Lenovo has designed the B305 to target the gaming community as well, with the options of an AMD Athlon II X4 Quad-Core processor and optional DirectX 11 graphics.
There's also a lot of room for customizing on each new Lenovo PC, with choices in memory, hard drive space and processor speeds. Here's some of what you can get on both IdeaCentre computers:
A700 (pictured above)
- 23-inch full HD, 1080p widescreen display
- Up to Intel Core i7-820QM 3.06GHz processor
- Up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM
- Up to 2TB of storage
- Blu-ray drive
B305 (pictured below)
- 21.5-inch full HD, 1080p widescreen display (1920 x 1080)
- AMD Athlon II X2, X3, X4 processors
- Integrated or ATI 5450 (512MB) graphics
- Up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM
- Up to 1TB of storage
- DVD-RW drive
- TV tuner
The two computers also have built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 5-in-1 card readers and the option for touchscreen displays. Both available in June, the base prices start at $699 and $999 for the B305 and A700, respectively. Those price tags, of course, will rise if you opt for all of the high-end features noted above.
More Lenovo announcements today on ZDNet:
- Lenovo unveils IdeaPad Z, U series notebooks; start $649, $699
- Lenovo announces H320 budget slim tower desktop PC; $549
- Lenovo introduces IdeaCentre Q150 nettop with optional remote and keyboard
- 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)