Lenovo has recently announced the introduction of its new all-in-designed a C100 desktop computer to take advantage of the low-power specifications of Intel’s successful Atom platform. Spotted back in early August, the new system fits a low-power Atom processor inside a 18.5-inch 16:9 LCD monitor, to offer users a choice for a home computer systems that are energy efficient and provides a basic home computing experience.
“Packed with intense experiences and available at a very affordable price, extends Lenovo’s consumer C100 offers for fast-growing all-in-one market segment,” said Dion Weisler, Vice President, Business Operations, Lenovo. “The C100 is easy to install and easy to use , perfect for those seeking a convenient way to enhance their digital lifestyle. “
According to some of the key features that have been highlighted by the company, the new C100 all-in-a-atomic system has been designed to offer customers a choice of a single-core Atom 230 processor, or a more performance-based can, dual-core Atom 330 processor. Measurement in at 18.5 x 14.5 x 4 inches, boasts the new all-in-one from the Lenovo one 18.5-inch 16:9 widescreen display with a two-inch screen depth design. In addition, the system also offers a built-in DVD burner / reader and four USB ports.
Although the desktop computer market is not doing very well, compared to the notebook segment, IDC believes that the all-in-one desktop category will account for significant growth, particularly in the U.S. market. The new C100 all-in-one will be an alternative for this segment, because we already have a starting price tag of U.S. $ 399 via the company’s website and various retailers.