After announcing new portables for business users earlier this week, the PC maker targets consumers with a range of new systems in anticipation of next week's IFA event.
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While not as sexy as some of its other product introductions, Lenovo's new desktop offerings include a pair of new all-in-ones and a full-fledged gaming PC from the Chinese manufacturer.Both the IdeaCentre B540 and B340 all-in-ones come with an option for OneKey TV technology, which allows you to switch with just one button click between PC mode and using the display as a full-fledged TV.
The 3D laptops are coming fast and furious now, with Toshiba announcing one the other day and now the normally staid Lenovo venturing into the third dimension with the IdeaPad Y560d.The Y560d is a little different in that it uses passive polarized 3D glasses rather than active-shutter ones, and uses an ATI Radeon HD 5730 graphics card instead of an Nvidia one.
Other than iMacs, I'm not sure that all-in-one PC designs are actually big sellers. Nonetheless, companies like HP and Dell keep cranking them out.
A couple of surprises popped up today in the home theater PC market, involving two of the biggest computer makers in the world. Gizmodo is showing an image presumably shot at a press event of what can definitely be called Dell's Apple Mac Mini-killer: The Inspiron Zino HD.