Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed that one of the deals of the day this afternoon was for the Lenovo IdeaCentre C300 all-in-on desktop. And that means this computer, which was first announced in May, is now available and shipping.
The folks at Nettop Review have already managed to get their hands on one, and have posted a series of unboxing photos. The PC looks pretty good and has a decent assortment of ports. Somewhat surprisingly, it ships with a PS/2 keyboard instead of a USB model. I’m not surprised that this PC, which sells for as little as $400, comes with a wired mouse instead of a wireless one, but it’d look even nicer without that mess of wires hanging out in the back.
The C300 comes in a variety of configurations. The base model has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom 230 CPU and integrated graphics. But you can also get a pricier model with a dual core Atom 330 processor and and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4530 graphics card.