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Lenovo IdeaCentre A600

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Expert Review

Machines that Go Bing!
17 December 2009
  • Conclusion: The multi-use controller would be great in combination with HDMI input which the spec sheet unfortunately lacks so it won’t be replacing any desktop TVs after all.
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Overall 6

Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 3011

6 December 2009
  • Summary: The heart of Lenovo's IdeaCentre A600 is in the right place, offering a 21.5-inch LCD-based all-in-one for less than $800. But a faster competitor and a careless design turns us off from this particular A600 configuration. You might consider a different A600 build if you can live with the design, but we can't recommend the $749 version.
  • Pros: High-resolution 21.5-inch LCD; semiuseful facial recognition software; replaceable memory, hard drive, and optical drive.
  • Cons: Faster large-screen all-in-one available from Averatec for the same price; clunky design can pinch fingers.
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Lenovo IdeaCenter A600 All-in-One Desktop Aims Squarely at iMac

The UberReview
2 December 2009
  • Excerpt: The Lenovo IdeaCenter A600 all-in-one desktop is most definitely taking a leaf out of the iMac book, but given the cheaper cost of non-Apple parts, it just might be an iMac killer. It comes with a choice of Core 2 Duo processors, 21.5″ 1920×1080 full HD screen, optional Blu-ray, up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, optional ATI Radeon graphics card (not sure what one), up to 1TB of HDD space, facial recognition technology, and a […]
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Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 Review

10 November 2009
  • Pros: Beautiful design, Optional remote brings a lot of extra features, Full HD resolution, Power efficient
  • Cons: Fan never turns off quite all the way, Noisy hard drive, Awkward to move
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Expert Review

Silent PC
16 September 2009
  • 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. It's also capable and robust enough to fare well in a home or small business, and when the cost of a separate monitor is considered, the A600 represents good value as well.
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Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 All-in-One Desktop Review

4 July 2009
  • Excerpt: The A600 – a dark beauty measuring only 27mm thick, is a mixture of glossy and metal finishing that makes it easy to match practically any interior decoration.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

20 May 2009
  • Excerpt: Lenovo’s IdeaCentre A600 all-in-one desktop gets high points for style, versatility, and value. We also applaud the integrated TV tuner in our test unit.
  • Pros: Sleek, gloss-black design, Integrated TV tuner, 1080p screen takes full advantage of Blu-ray drive option, Excellent media-centric remote and keyboard, Large (1TB) hard drive
  • Cons: No HDMI ports, Large external power brick, Tilting screen can pinch fingers or cables, Oddly placed optical drive
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Overall 4

Lenovo Ideacentre A600

9 January 2009
  • 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. The Lenovo Ideacentre A600 is full of thoughtful design choices, like side-mounted USB and FireWire ports, and slots for multiple kinds of memory cards.
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A Peek at Lenovo's Shiny New All-in-One IdeaCentre A600 Desktop

Hardware Zone
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 be true as we found from tinkering with the prototype unit.
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Lenovo Idea Center A600 Desktop Computer

Desktop PCs
23 September 2010
  • 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 world [...
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