Lenovo Budget PCs
Lenovo is just one of a handful of companies announcing new products at the Consumer Electronics Show.
LAS VEGAS — On the heels of a refresh to its ThinkPad line of laptops, Lenovo on Monday announced an update to its B50 and entry-level C-series all-in-one desktops at the International CES trade show.
Lenovo B50 with RealSense
The company’s B50 all-in-one desktop will be soon be available with Intel’s RealSense 3D camera. This will enable gesture-based interactions and allow users to scan 3D objects to their computer. It’s one of several systems from different PC makers to add RealSense at CES.
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The B50 also features a 23.8-inch full-HD touchscreen with Dolby sound from integrated JBL speakers and Nvidia GeForce graphics. The desktop can be configured with an Intel fourth-generation Core i7 processor, but not the latest fifth-gen Broadwell chips that other manufactures are adding to their PCs. The B50 with RealSense will be available later this month starting at $800. International pricing hasn’t been announced, however the US price converts to about £520 in the UK and AU$990 in Australia.
Lenovo C50, C40, C20 desktops
Lenovo also announced the 23-inch C50, 21.5-inch C40 and 19.5-inch C20 all-in-one. All three desktops include Nvidia graphics, integrated stereo speakers and full-HD displays with optional touchscreens. The C20 has an LED screen, however, compared to the IPS screen on the C50 and C40. Also available with the touch options is a package of kids apps that include puzzles and educational games.
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