lenovo c100

Lenovo is starting to show off an all-in-one desktop PC with a 20 inch display and a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor. The machine will ship with 1 to 2GB of RAM, an 80GB to 160GB hard drive, and a DVD burner. WiFi and the webcam are optional.

Gizmodo got a chance to check out the Lenovo IdeaCentre C100 at the gdgt launch party last night. The model on show was running Windows 7 and featured touch features. But the computer should be available this month with Windows Vista and no touchscreen for around $400. The touch-enabled Windows 7 version should be available in October, most likely with a higher price tag.

The IdeaCentre C100 bears a striking resemblance to the Lenovo C300 all-in-on that Lenovo announced in May. It’s not clear whether the company is changing the name, or if the C100 is a variation on the theme.

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6 replies on “Lenovo introduces 20 inch, Atom-powered all-in-one desktop PC”

  1. Not sure I know who their market is for these things. I like the Atom in netbooks, but I would much prefer to have more horsepower on a desktop.

    1. Especially with a screen that size. No mention I can spot of what the GPU is, and driving the likely resolution on a 20″ display can only end in tears.

    2. Especially with a screen that size. No mention I can spot of what the GPU is, and driving the likely resolution on a 20″ display can only end in tears.

  2. Win 7 is supposed to run well with atom processors now. If it has multitouch features then it could a pretty cool desktop. Now this all depends on how much it would cost with all these goodies.

    1. It would be cool, but I doubt you’re getting a 20″ capacitive touchscreen in a $400 computer.

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