While most of Lenovo‘s new CES 2010 range is made up of notebooks or netbooks, the company have a few desktops on offer too. As well as an update to their entry-level all-in-one, the new Lenovo C310, there’s a super-slim model – the Lenovo IdeaCentre A300 – measuring just 18.5mm deep while still packing a Full HD 21.5-inch display, and a new desktop tower, the Lenovo IdeaCentre K320 with Core i3, i5 or i7 processors.
The Lenovo C310 has a 20-inch 1600 x 900 multitouch-capable optical touchscreen and Atom 330 1.6GHz graphics. RAM is up to 4GB and storage up to 640GB; graphics are either Intel GMA950 or ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4530 512MB and there’s a tray-loading DVD drive. Connectivity includes WiFi b/g, ethernet, six USB 2.0 ports, FireWire, two PS/2, audio in/out and a multiformat card reader; the C310 will go on sale in February 2010 for $649.99.
As for the Lenovo IdeaCentre A300, that has a physical design reminiscent of Sony’s OLED TV, but with a much larger (and LCD) display. CPU is a choice of Pentium or Core 2 Duos, paired with Intel X4500HD graphics, up to 4GB of RAM, up to 500GB hard-drive and an optional external optical drive. Connectivity includes WiFi b/g, Bluetooth and gigabit ethernet, along with four USB 2.0 ports, FireWire, HDMI in and HDMI out, TV in (along with a hybrid digital/analog TV tuner) and an 8-in-1 memory card reader. Sadly there’s no touchscreen layer, which seems a missed opportunity on Lenovo’s part; the IdeaCentre A300 will also arrive in February, priced at $699.99.
Finally, the more staid and mainstream Lenovo IdeaCentre K320 arrives from $599.99 in February 2010, with various Core i3, i5 or i7 processor choices, up to 8GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage (split across two bays) and a choice of DVD or Blu-ray drives. Graphics options include ATI Radeon HD4870 X2, HD4650 or HD4350 GPUs, and there’s a choice of WiFi b/g or WiFi b/g/n. Full specifications and options in the gallery below.