I really don't think I need a touch screen now that I have it.
Amazon Customer "Intercessor", Amazon
19 March 2014
Summary: The box this came in was smashed in the corner. i was glad I purchased the extended warranty in case I have problems down the road. So far I have had none and I have had this computer for 6 months.
Summary: This processor won't let you run advanced programs but if you don't do programming it suffices. I never had a problem with media playing, speakers, microphone or running popular software. I'm using Linux, so I have little to say about Windows 8, but as I tried it at the beginning, it was going crazy on me. Constantly some warnings, errors, tons of little "support" programs forcing themselves to be opened and the other usual Windows junk.
Summary: Needed a PC for the kids as my wife and I both have laptops we'd rather not leave at the mercy of our young children. The all-in-one design looks great and it gets the job done. The screen is quite nice and it looks great in our family room. The biggest plus for our family was the Windows 8 operating system which, admittedly takes some getting used to. However, it gives us the tools to easily lock down our kid's accounts.
Summary: The computer per se fulfill appears to fulfill all expectations. I am surprised, though, that Lenovo would chince on the keyboard and mouse; both cheap, plasticky and of all things, wired! It doesn't help that the keyboard appears to have crossed wires (literally) between the ' " ' and '@' keys. Disappointing, but then again, motivation to get a decent wireless keypad and mouse of the calibre one would expect with the overall package.