Summary: Ideal for an htpc which isn't going to be used for gaming, haven't had any issues playing 1080p mkv, using it as a my media library server/htpc with win7 32bit and 4Gb of ram... why on the earth I am not able to turn on my TV through HDMI when waking up though have no idea...
Summary: First, what I love (not in an particular order): - The hand held keyboard / mouse combo tool -- even has the "Windows flag key" and scroll wheel for the mouse! - Small form factor and even has a disc drive!
Summary: Good little machine!!! love the convenience of it being right there in the living room. However, now that I have to enter a thousand characters for this stupid ass review... I may change my mind!!!
Summary: I have had my Lenovo Q180 for about a year now and it has been a great little computer for my needs. It is not a real powerhouse but you already knew that. It is reasonably quick and it is very quiet and it's a low power consumption device so it doesn't eat too much electricity which will save you...
Small and inexpensive - ideal for today's general PC needs
7 April 2013
Summary: Ever since Microsoft launched Windows 8, I knew it wasn't for me - and the future of computing has changed (almost overnight, it seems). And far from offering more choice, with Windows 8 came "either use it or don't".
Summary: The Lenovo came in such a small box I thought they hadn't sent me it. Once it was out of the box it was easy to set-up. An issue with the security software (not the PC's fault) was solved quickly and helpfully by McAfee.
Summary: I bought this PC to act as a print server for several photocopiers that don't normally support Google Cloud print. The device is mounted as a headless server on the back of one photocopier and connects via the network to upload and print directly from Google.