Summary: My family has had this all in one for about a year now. It has been prbolem free and totally reliable. Windows 7 works great. One of the really great things is wireless and Bluetooth - no cable - no wires. Power cord only. Just one drawback is batteries required for keyboard and mouse.
Summary: As I write this review, I've had this computer for 4 months, and I absolutely love it. 4 months ago, my HP Pavillion desktop decided it was time to give up on me, so I needed something new. I was looking for a new brand because I've had bad luck with Dell and because my HP had some issues throughout its lifetime as well. I asked a tech person where I work what a good computer brand is, and he said Lenovo.
Summary: We needed a computer that was a good all around PC - the central home for all our pictures, something for our kid's pre-school games, email, simple word docs - nothing fancy like hardcore gaming, Photoshoping, or video editing. I wanted the price to be under $800 and this fit the bill. 1TB to hold all our pix (I highly suggest online backup service like Mozy or Carbonite to save your memories).
Summary: I wasn't expecting to be so pleased. The picture is great and setup was a snap. I had a problem with the Bluetooth keyboard, but a phone call to service was another pleasant surprise. They sent a new keyboard the same day and I received it the following day FedEx. For a very low price I got a super computer.
Summary: I am not a techie, so take that into consideration when reading this review. Purchased the B305 about a month ago and have enjoyed using my new computer. Its beautiful, fast and easy to use. The set-up was simple. I like having the wireless keyboard and mouse, my work area is now uncluttered. The programs are intuitive, I have had an easy time using the new technology and using the touchscreen makes editing my pictures quick and easy.
Summary: Summation: 1. My manual is in Chinese. 2. The online manual is not accessible. 3. Lenovo has not provided me with any information regarding upgrading or maintaining this computer. 4. Lenovo sent me to Wal-Mart for information that they have. 5. Lenovo call-center operators are rude and attempted to remotely access my system without my permission. Direct quote from Lenovo Website. "Sorry, the service provider information is currently not available.
Summary: This is a replacement for a tower design computer my wife was using for work. Big ol' monitor that weighed like 20 pounds. She had and XP OS and with this computer she was able to skip right past Microsoft's Vista mistake. She doesn't use it for gaming or graphic intensive programs. But it starts up quickly and runs everything she needs without delay. Love the touch screen, wireless and blue tooth features. I didn't know it included a wireless keyboard and mouse.
Summary: I've been using computers since I was in the sixth grade. My first computer was a Sinclair ZX81. I've used various 8-bit computers, PCs and compatibles since the original 5150 PC, Unix-like systems of various flavors and even four different Amigas. I've had store-bought and home-built. In short: I'm not a computer illiterate. I bought a Lenovo IdeaCentre B305-1HU in October. Athlon II X4 quad-core processor, 4 GB of memory, 1TB hard disk.
Summary: This computer is amazing. It is super fast, works perfectly right out of the box, it has everything you might need (including TV tuner). It looks great and futuristic (yep touch screen). The best computer I've ever used and I have used a lot. Would recommend and buy again.
Summary: I love that there is no clutter with a tower. It is very easy to use, even my 3 year old grandson had no problems learning to use it.The only problem is that once he finishes his homework (learning reading and math) and it is Grandmother's turn, he can at a touch of the screen throw me off completely, but I love this computer.