Summary: Final Thoughts
Lenovo has put together a nice system that can serve quite a few purposes. These can be workstations at an office or agency. This can be a companion system say in the kitchen or garage. It makes the perfect family computer or system for a student.
Pros: – AllinOne unit, – Powerful enough for all basic tasks, – Lots of USB ports and included card reader, – Price
Conclusion: The Lenovo C325 is a good choice for those looking to spend only about $500 for a fully featured desktop PC. It's bigger than a laptop, and has the power to serve your Web surfing and basic PC needs.
Pros: Compact all in one. $500 price point. Lenovo utilities. Dynamic brightness system and Eye distance system. No bloatware.
Cons: Low power on benchmark tests. No USB 3.0. No HDMI. No Video in or out. Only 60-day McAfee Anti-virus. Camera is "always on."
Summary: Lenovo's C325 is simply unimpressive all around. It's boring to look at, it's a poor performer, and multimedia looks and sounds average at best (and awful at worst). But all is not lost - the C325 has a small footprint, both physically and environmentally, thanks to its decently sleek design and...
Summary: Lenovo C325 è un computer all-in-one con display touchscreen da 20 pollici, risoluzione pari a 1600x900 pixel, processore dual core AMD E450, 8 GB di RAM, scheda video Radeon HD 6320, disco fisso con un massimo di 1 TB di memoria e masterizzatore DVD