Lenovo Unveils PCs for Home Entertainment
Lenovo has announced the IdeaCentre Q190, claimed to be the world’s smallest full-function desktop PC – measuring just 22mm (0.86 inches) wide – and the latest additions to the C-Series all-in-one (AIO) family.
With convenient space-saving designs that fit into any home, the IdeaCentre Q190 and C-Series AIOs offer affordable but powerful performance and multimedia features designed for immersive entertainment, says the company.
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With Full HD graphics, up to 7.1 surround sound and an optional Blu-ray Disc drive supporting 3D Blu-ray playback, the Q190 doubles as a mobile home theater system.
For perfect picture at any angle viewing, the Lenovo L-Series monitors, such as the LI2723s, stated to be the world’s first edgeless and thinnest 27-inch IPS monitor, serves as a complement to the IdeaCentre Q190.
This desktop PC also comes with an optional compact wireless multimedia remote with built-in mini backlit keyboard and mouse, so users can control the Q190 from the comfort of their couch.
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The IdeaCentre Q190 may be compact, but it is as powerful as a full-sized PC with Windows 8 Pro and up to 80 percent faster processing performance than IdeaCentre Q1805, says the company.
Users will enjoy steady Web browsing and HD video streaming, speedy music and video downloads and stutter free multitasking, allowing users to play music, download files and surf the web simultaneously.
Lenovo’s new C-Series AIOs promise to reshape the affordable home computer into a smart, space-saving all-in-one PC, combining multimedia features and performance that make these PCs ideal for family use and home entertainment, says Lenovo.