Lenovo B50-35 Review
Lenovo’s latest all-in-one desktop offers a full-HD display at a budget price and with an admirably small footprint.The B50-35 offers a responsive touchscreen and plenty of features at an attractive price point. An all-round entertainment package, it’s suitable for watching movies and light gaming but you might want to pick up different peripherals.
The danger for creators of all-in-one PCs is exactly the same as the designers of all-in-one printers: by trying to cram in as many features as possible into a comparatively small space, you risk comprising on quality and pleasing nobody.
Lenovo sees their B series as multimedia machines offering compact entertainment and the B50-35 is deliberately pitched in the middle of the range between ‘family’ and ‘gamer’. Yet despite its relatively modest ambitions, the B50-35 has many features that compare favourably with full-on gaming computers like the MSI AG240 all-in-one.
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Although it’s not as wafer thin as the AG240, the B50-35 has virtually the same size backlit screen (23.8 inches) and yet weighs three pounds lighter (19.8 lb) despite its sturdily robust 22.9 x 8.1 x 18.5 inch dimensions. While both PCs offer Full HD (1920 x 1080), the Lenovo has the additional bonus of In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology so you can enjoy watching movies or playing games from wide viewing angles.
Source: Martyn Clayden