Summary: At a time when PCs really have become consumer commodities, a complete, all-in-one computer like the A600 is quite appealing. The IdeaCentre is a user-friendly product that can easily slip into the role of a shared home PC. No cable messes, no clutter of discrete machines.
Excerpt: The Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 is shaped that way because it’s flying into the future. The sheer force of its own awesomeness has caused it to bend into a wind-swept, gentle curve, taking with it the hopes and dreams of a new generation of technology enthusiasts. Pffffft. Yeah, right.
Pros: Very small footprint. Single-cable design is a blessing for technophobes. Swivel base makes adjustments to viewing angle easy. Six USB ports and 802.11n Wi-Fi, plus FireWire, SD and coaxial connectors.
Cons: Keyboard and mouse frequently fall asleep; difficult to awaken. Remote control overly complex and rather homely. Included games feel like an engineer on Quaaludes designed them.
Summary: Lenovo's forthcoming IdeaCentre A600 all-in-one looks like Darth Vader's own iMac. The slick black machine has style and cool to spare, and the optional four-in-one remote functions as a regular remote, an air mouse, a Wii-style game controller, and -- get this -- a wireless VOIP phone.
A Peek at Lenovo's Shiny New All-in-One IdeaCentre A600 Desktop
14 June 2011
Conclusion: Since it was announced at CES 2009, Lenovo's newest sleek and shiny All-in-One IdeaCentre A600 desktop has been drawing eyes and envy with its thin form factor and pretty design. Lenovo claims it's the thinnest AIO computer in the market at the moment, and from the looks of it, it's most likely to...
Excerpt: Size reduction has been a yearning trend whether it be reducing your tummy for a perfect 6 abs or reducing the reckless websites you have to go through to get any information. People are so desperate these days that they wish to be sorcerers with the magic that would grant them anything in this...