Summary: Let's talk about what the other reviews failed to mention. 1} I've been fooling with computers since the '80s and I needed all my experience to get this thing up and running since the documentation is awful. 2) If you're replacing an old computer don't plan to use your peripherals. By the way the documentation never even mentions a printer. This Levono has no standard printer port. You'll have to buy an USB printer. 3) It comes with an Ethernet card.
Summary: This desktop rocks for the price. It really hauls the bacon for typical home use. About 80 seconds from power on to surfing the net. Had it for a few months now and no issues at all. None. I did replace the included virus software with one I prefer. Happy.
Summary: We did not need to add any upgrades to the off-the-shelf configuration we bought at Microcenter, very simply, plug and chug. The only thing you would need to add, if don't already posses one, is a monitor. The standout features of this model are its quietness and slim-tower configuration.
Summary: I bought this Lenovo model today at a very good price. I'm overall happy with the speed and lack of bundled software as is typical with other brands such as HP computers. I only had to uninstall the preloaded McAfee antivirus (I use Kaspersky)and an annoying Lenovo screensaver. So far my biggest problem is with the sound card. Not sure what is going on, but I suspect it may be a cheap soundcard. From what I have read it is integrated, so cannot be changed.
Summary: Al fin Lenovo se decidió a lanzar algo que ya tiene tanto tiempo entre nosotros, las PC torre slim cosa que hacia mucho tiempo deberían haber hecho los chicos de Lenovo. Aparte de que se ve muy linda, tiene características interesantes y curiosas. La H320 puede soportar cualquier procesador Intel que salga en este 2010 y puede soportar hasta 8 Gb de RAM.
Pros: velocidad, calidad de materiales, TV, peliculas, . . .