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Appeared on: Monday, September 30, 2013
New All-in-Ones By Lenovo

Lenovo has added new models to its family of all-in-one (AIO) desktop computers.

Led by the super-widescreen Lenovo B750, which delivers a 29-inch, 21:9 display, the company announced two more B-series PCs models and the slim Lenovo A530.

The Lenovo A530 AIO desktop is a slim device with an adjustable screen, which tilts from -5 degrees to 90 degrees allowing use as a traditional PC or as a flat, table PC using the device's 10-point multi-touch displayt. The 23" Full HD (1920x1080) 16:9 IPS, wide-view display measures 0.8in/21.5mm thin, at its thickest point, and retains its low-profile even when folded flat on top of the 1.3in/32mm base. The entire device is clad in an all-aluminum chassis.

The Lenovo A530 is powered by an up to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor. For storage and sharing, users can choose up to 8GB DDR3 memory, up to 1TB HDD or 1TB SSHD storage with integrated 8GB SSD cache and take advantage of the A530's full range of connections including integrated Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 6-in-1 card reader and HDMI in/out portsfor connecting to other devices. The A530 has also a DVD reader-writer or Blu-Ray Disc and Dolby certified speakers.

The Lenovo A530 will be available starting October at Best Buy, priced from $1,099

The Lenovo B750 has a 29" Wide Full HD (2560x1080), 21:9 super-widescreen, frameless display supporting IPS wide-view technology. It includes a JBL designed 2.1 speaker system with built-in 20W subwoofer and Dolby Home Theater. Lenovo Split Screen allows users to view and work with multiple windows simultaneously. The Lenovo B750 packs up to a 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX760A 1GB graphics as standard.

The Lenovo B750 will be available starting October on Lenovo.com and at retail stores starting January 2014, priced from $1,199.

The Lenovo B750 functions equally well as either a PC or multimedia center. With an integrated DVD reader/writer or Blu-Ray Disc drive, a wide range of connection options including integrated Bluetooth 4.0 (optional) and Wi-Fi, a 6in1 card reader and optional HDMI out/in (optional) ports, the system makes it easy to manage and access photos, videos, music and more with the convenience of Lenovo Motion Control, which simplifies common tasks using instinctive hand gestures. The system is just 11.73 in/298mm thin, while slide open rear panels make expanding memory and storage simple.

As the latest mainstream additions to the B-series AIOs, the Lenovo B550 and Lenovo B350 pack desktop components into an all-in-one form factor. They both sport Full HD (1920x1080) IPS, 16:9 widescreen displays with the B550's 23" frameless display slightly larger than the 21.5" display on the B350. Both devices couple their displays with integrated stereo sound and Dolby certification, while the B550 adds Dolby Home Theater to its JBL-designed speakers. For gamers, both devices are expandable using the sliding back covers for access. The devices are both powered by up to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processors and have 16GB DDR3L memory and up to 2TB HDD storage or SSHD hybrid storage. Other features include integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, optical drives and a wide range of connectors including HDMI.

The Lenovo B550 is available now on Lenovo.com and will be available at select retail stores starting October, priced from $799. The Lenovo B530 will be available starting October on Lenovo.com.



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