If you dig the all-in-one
form factor, the Lenovo
IdeaCentre A720 is about as compelling as it gets. After showing off the A720 at CES, Lenovo now has the AIO available for purchase, reports The Verge
The A720 boasts a large 27-inch screen with 10-point multitouch support, and the display itself can be adjusted from -5 to 90 degrees. The highest-end version of the computer will have an Intel Core i7-3610QM processor, a 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GT620 graphics card, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz memory, and a 1TB hard drive with a 64GB SSD. Buyers will also get a wireless keyboard and mouse, mini optical wheel mouse, Blu-ray combo ODD, built-in WiFi, an HD 720p webcam, 6-in-1 card reader, and IR remote, and HDMI in and out.
The aforementioned version of the A720 starts at $2,099, with two other versions starting at $1,949 and $1,849. The Verge noted that in any configuration, the A720 costs quite a bit more than what Lenovo said it would this January; around CES time, the company thought it would hit the market at closer to $1,299.
Lenovo expects shipments to land around the second week of June.