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Lenovo launches two consumer desktop PCs and a nettop
Press release, January 14; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 14 January 2009]

Lenovo has announced three new desktop PCs aimed at the consumer market.

The IdeaCentre K220 desktop PC runs 16% faster than the previous generation IdeaCentre K210, and comes with an Intel Core 2 Quad processor, up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, and supports high definition graphics and DirectX 10 as well as an optional Blu-ray disc drive, according to Lenovo.

The IdeaCentre K230 desktop PC features an Intel Core 2 Quad processor, an optional Blu-ray disc drive and optional support for high definition graphics and DirectX 10. The PC uses Windows Vista 64-bit and supports up to 8GB of DDR2.

The Lenovo H200 desktop rounds out the lineup as a low-cost PC for reading e-mail, browsing the Internet, viewing pictures and video, and performing other basic computing applications. The H200 desktop is Lenovo's first desktop to utilize the low-power Intel Atom processor.

All three desktop PCs include Lenovo's Rescue System technology, featuring OneKey Recovery, a tool used to recover information and restore the system without losing files.

The IdeaCentre K220 and K230 desktop PCs start at US$449 and US$499, respectively. Both will be available beginning January 20. The Lenovo H200 desktop comes bundled with the ThinkVision L195 Wide LCD monitor and starts at US$399.99 beginning January 10.

IdeaCentre K series desktop PC

Lenovo IdeaCentre K series desktop PC
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