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Lenovo all-in-one PC due in December

Lenovo all-in-one PC due in December

A new low-cost desktop PC aimed at business users will be available in New Zealand in early December, featuring a 19 inch, 16:10 widescreen LCD monitor and up to 500GB of storage.

According to the vendor, Lenovo said the all-in-one ThinkCentre A70z would save businesses up to 70 percent more space than traditional tower desktops and reduce power costs by up to $90 per computer annually compared to previous Lenovo desktops.

The A70z starts at a recommended retail price of $1,199. Buyers will get a A70z with a 2.6GHz Intel Pentium dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 320GB hard-drive, integrated graphics card, DVD drive and a built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam with microphone.

Variations will be available with extras including higher powered processers, optional Wi-Fi and up to 500GB of storage space.


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