Lenovo is targeting home entertainment with the introduction of its new IdeaCentre Q190 desktop and new additions to the company's C-Series all-in-one family. The IdeaCentre Q190 desktop is touted as "the world’s smallest full-function desktop PC." It measures just 22 mm (0.86 inches) wide.
Looking at the specs, you can tell the IdeaCentre Q190 is configured with entertainment in mind. The IdeaCentre Q190 features full HD graphics, up to 7.1 surround sound, and an optional Blu-ray drive. You can also purchase an optional compact wireless multimedia remote with built-in mini backlit keyboard and mouse with the IdeaCentre Q190. The IdeaCentre Q190 runs on Windows 8 Pro.
New additions to Lenovo's C-Series all-in-one family include the new C340, C440, C540, C345, andC445. All of the new machines feature up to a 1TB hard drive, up to 8GB of memory, a 720p HD webcam, Dolby Advanced Audio V2, and Windows 8.
The C340 and C345 feature a 20-inch display while the C440 and C445 feature a 21.5-inch display. You'll find a 23-inch display on the C540. The C340, C440, and C540 offers up to 3rd generation Intel Core i3 processors and up to NVIDIA GeForce 615 2GB graphics. The C345 andC445 come with up to an AMD E2 dual core processor and AMD Radeon HD Graphics.
The IdeaCentre Q190 desktop as well as the new C-Series models will be available in January. Pricing is as follows:
- IdeaCentre Q190 desktop starts at $349
- Lenovo C340 starts at $499
- Lenovo C440 starts at $519
- Lenovo C345 starts at $479
- Lenovo C445 starts at $499
- Lenovo C540 starts at $549.