Excerpt: With this all-in-one computer, you get a 4th Generation Intel i3 dual-core processor and 6GB of memory in this computer, which gives you pretty good performance overall. Since it lacks any dedicated video memory, you're probably not going to be running the latest PC games, but it should work well for a wide range of general programs and some games with lower performance requirements.
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