Lenovo has established the C325, a novel all-in-one device destined for your family room that is perfect for lightweight productivity and multimedia jobs. The system is provided by AMD's Brazos platform, which adds the fresh 40nm E-450 Zacate processor. The Fusion chip's 1.65GHz Bobcat cores are quick sufficient for per day utilization while the incorporated Radeon HD 6320 permit you to see high-def videos and play most new games -- albeit on less quality.
AMD's silicon is coupled with up to VIII GigaByte of DDRIII RAM, a 320 GigaByte, 500 GigaByte or 1TB hard drive and a DVD burner. Unluckily, there does not appears to be any preset up Blu-ray choice, but you can incluide a TV turner. Outer, you will get a 20” 1600x900 screen (multitouch option is present for a premium, though we have not seen costing information), a 0.3MP webcam, USB 2.0 and 3.0 slots, an HDMI output as well as a 6-in-1 card reader.
Lenovo has drawn care to the C325's SRS Premium Sound technologys and its audio-in slot, which lets you play music from your MP3 player without turning on the pc. Units arrive with Windows VII Home Basic and Home Premium along with several preinstalled apps courtesy of Lenovo, adding "Rescue System," IdeaTouch," "YouCam" and "Lenovo Camera Fun Zone" -- the final of which is a prime candidate for the "most boring program name" award.
It is valuable noting that the webcam supports facial recognition and Lenovo adds software that can track how far you are sitting from the screen. Get so near and the system warns you. We observe most of you do not need to be pecked about your utilization habits, but it could be convenient for kids that wish to sit on top of the screen. Another characteristic sets the screen's brightness based on the close lighting terms. The C325 should in build online this week.