Lenovo has announced, incidentally in Japan, its brand new desktop PC called the IdeaCentre A310. With a large LED backlit 21-inch widescreen display that along is 18.5mm slim, it does kind of look like a cross between a Mac Mini and an iMac.
Or it’s just me with my slowly-emerging Apple fanboy-ness.
It comes with a Core i3-350M processor with integrated graphics, up to 500GB of storage and will come in 3GB of DDR3 RAM (that is expandable up to 8GB). It also features no DVD drive, but you can have one just by plugging an external drive. At least it has a HDMI port.
It comes out in Japan on July 17 with pricing not revealed, sadly. For some reason, however, that will not include Microsoft Office 2010 Personal Edition. So if you want that included – even though there are a couple of alternatives out there on the web – then you have to wait until the end of July.
Source: Lenovo (Translated by Google)