Lenovo C260 All-In-One PC Review

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Lenovo C260 All-In-One PC

If there are two things to be said about the Lenovo C260 Touch, it's that it's inexpensive and space-saving. But beyond that, there's not much else to say about this all-in-one PC. Priced at around $479 (approx £302), the C260 is relatively affordable, and houses some decent components for the price.

There's a 500GB, 7,200 rpm hard drive, 4GB of RAM, 802.11bgn WiFi and built-in LAN, three USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0 and a media card reader. There's also an included 720p webcam and speakers, both of which are rather standard. The back also has an HDMI-out port in case you want to hook a second screen up, which is a little unusual, considering how many all-in-one PCs haveHDMI-infor hooking up accessories.

Unfortunately, built-in Bluetooth is missing here, unlike in many competing all-in-one PCs. What's worse is the surprisingly slow, quad-core Intel Pentium CPU, clocked at 2.42GHz and packing integrated Intel HD graphics. The 19.5-inch, 1,600 x 900 touchscreen is also noticeably smaller than some all-in-one PCs within the C260's price range, like the Acer Aspire Z3...continue reading from here
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