Excerpt: The Lenovo C560 Touch is an 23-inch all-in-one touch PC with a 1080p display, 8GB of RAM and a good construction. While we like the build, the exterior isn't anything too special in terms of design and it lacks Bluetooth and and HDMI-input.
Pros: Well-constructed, Hard drive and memory user upgradable, 1080p touch screen, Good performance
Cons: Glossy display, Exterior is plain and lots of plastic, No HDMI-input or Bluetooth
Conclusion: The Lenovo C560 Touch we reviewed is a high-end configuration. The system starts at around $550 for the most basic version, which is over $200 less than the $779 as-tested price. This pricing clearly puts the C560 in the same league as the Gateway ZX4970-UR22, which is the first budget AIO to impress us in years. Comparing the two systems doesn’t cast the C560 in the best light though.
Pros: Sturdy construction, Hard drive, RAM can be upgraded by user, Attractive 1080p touchscreen, Loud speakers, Strong processor performance
Cons: Unattractive exterior, Very glossy display, No HDMI-in, 802.11ac or Bluetooth