The All-in-One revolution continues, it seemed that the iMac is the machine that kicked off the All-In-One (AIO) craze when it came to desktops, and there does not seem to be any signs of abating. Case in point, Lenovo’s tapping into AMD’s Fusion platform to power its new C325 all-in-one (AIO) desktop PC. The C325 surrounds AMD’s E450 processor with a 20-inch LED backlit display with optional multi-touch touchscreen support. It also has an HDMI port in case you’d rather hook it up to an HDTV for big-screen moving watching, or simply to connect an external PC monitor.
Other specs of the base model include the 8GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, DVD burner, Mobility Radeon 6310 integrated graphics, and built-in Wi-Fi and webcam. The 1,600×900 20-inch display also rotates from -5° to 25° to make use of Lenovo’s IdeaTouch package of touch-screen-friendly apps (if you get a touch-screen-enabled model).
It also comes with a pair of integrated stereo speakers supporting SRS Premium Sound, touch-optimized software (IdeaTouch), and several utilities.
The C325 AIO is available now starting at $699.
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