Lenovo has launched its all-in-one desktop which named as IdeaCentre A300 at CES 2010. The IdeaCentre is claimed to be the world’s thinnest all-in-one desktop with depth of just 18.5mm. The all-in-one desktop has been designed with an elegant asymmetrical that conceals the PC in its base instead of conventionally having the PC behind the screen.



Featured with 21.5-inch full HD LED display with 1920 x 1080 resolutions, the IdeaCentre A300 is also equipped with a web camera with Camsuite software for enhanced facial tracking and image effects. It powered by Intel base Core 2 Duo processor, comes with a wireless Bluetooth keyboard and mouse for more comfortable computing in the living room, 4GB of DDR3-1066 MHz Ram, supports HDMI in/out for connecting to other High-Defination devices like TV and up to 500GB of hard drive. Additionally, it is integrated with high-speed 802.11n Wi-Fi and Lenovo rescue system software for quickly and easily recover data if a document lost or corrupted.

“Our new Idea PCs are the next step in our exciting new worldwide product portfolio designed with the consumer in mind,” said by Liu Jun, senior vice president, Idea Product Group, Lenovo. “These additions to our Idea portfolio demonstrate Lenovo’s commitment to giving our customers the capabilities they expect, at prices they can afford, while showcasing our forward-thinking innovations.”

The Lenovo IdeaCentre A300 all-in-one desktop is expected to be available in February with the price start from $600.

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