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Lenovo IdeaCentre B305
5.2 out of 10

Lenovo IdeaCentre B305

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Overall 5

Techbargains Review - Lenovo IdeaCentre B305 All-In-One

19 September 2014
  • Summary: This part of the review is the hardest. It is completely situational in this case. If you plan to use this all-in-one computer in a kitchen setting where it's easier to use a touch screen rather than have space taken up by a keyboard and mouse, then this is a good solution for you.
  • Pros: Natural Touch Panel, Multimedia and HD Playback, WiFi
  • Cons: HDMI, Dolby Surround and JBL Speakers, Volume Controls
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Overall 7

Lenovo IdeaCentre B305

PC Magazine
29 October 2010
  • Conclusion: The Lenovo IdeaCentre B305 comes loaded with plenty of forward-looking technology: touchscreen, 3D graphics, HDTV tuner. It's a decent multimedia-oriented PC, with a price below $1,000.
  • Pros: Compact all-in-one. Discrete 3D graphics. Multi-touch screen. 1080p HD panel. HDTV tuner. Wall mount.
  • Cons: Uses IR dongle for remote. Office 2007 Trial. No Blu-ray. Wireless keyboard and mouse optional. No HD inputs aside from Tuner. Tinny speakers.
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Overall 5

Expert Review

6 October 2010
  • Excerpt: This all-in-one PC is an average midrange model with a 1080p screen and a TV tuner, but it gets thoroughly outclassed by at least one major-maker competitor.
  • Pros: 21.5-inch LCD with multi-touch support, Smooth 1080p HD playback, Runs quietly
  • Cons: No Blu-ray or HDMI, Advantages of the quad-core CPU won’t be felt by mainstream users, Bundled keyboard is poor
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Overall 8

Review: Lenovo Lenovo IdeaCentre B305

21 September 2010
  • Excerpt: Want ThinkPad quality and design but don’t need the portability part of the equation? Check out an IdeaCentre all-in-one PC instead. The B305 is an updated PC design from the company, and it’s difficult to believe that you won’t even shell out a grand for a computer this large and lovely: Featuring...
  • Pros: More than capable, with eyebrow-arching performance. Sophisticated design and a full passel of features. Even includes the TV remote.
  • Cons: Touchscreen tech has taken its toll on screen brightness. No real touchscreen features built in. Concerns about tipping over (forward).
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Overall 6

Lenovo IdeaCentre B305 review

10 September 2010
  • Summary: A far from cutting-edge looker, but a fair compromise between size and performance for the price
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