Summary: The Lenovo IdeaCentre Q190 is not made to please users. Its shortcomings are overshadowed by its price tag. The machine hangs a lot when doing its job. Sometimes it cannot stream a Youtube video for over 2 minutes.
Summary: This is a great machine and I recommend it. I would purchase directly from Lenovo as this one is way more expensive than: [...] There are three models, and the one listed here is the middle-ground one which is listed at $335.20.
Summary: With so many products on the market geared towards making the TV an extension of the internet, this product is not very user friendly on the TV. Just ask yourself if you would like to see your computer desktop on the TV......and 10 feet away. Every screen is so hard to read.
Summary: Good value machine with everything included: operating system, VESA mounts and stand, mouse, keyboard, the whole lot. But it's noisy. And I mean unacceptably noisy. I was hoping to use mine as an HTPC in the lounge, and having discovered from Googling and forum trawling that I'm not alone in having...
Summary: I don't usually review items I've returned but i will with this. All i wanted really was a small affordable form factor PC to do the basics i need a computer for. The intention here was more for a small desktop PC as opposed to a home theater PC.
Summary: Very compact and well designed. General performance was very good, but having upgraded the supplied Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, the wireless driver for the Q190 was incompatible with Win8.1 and the wifi ceased to work. Found a fix for this via an internet forum (i.e.