Check out the Lenovo all in one

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  1. taxdad macrumors newbie

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  2. Abidubi macrumors 6502

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    You also get:

    A slower CPU
    A slower GPU
    A smaller screen
    A half-enabled version of the OS
     
  3. JayLenochiniMac macrumors G5

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    At least it's not as damn ugly as the other AIOs.
     
  4. X1Lightning macrumors 6502

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  5. JayLenochiniMac macrumors G5

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    Then you must think all flat panel TVs of that style are ugly, because that's exactly what it looks like.
     
  6. mstam macrumors member

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    My flat panel doesn't have a tumor hanging on its belly.
     
  7. JonHimself macrumors 68000

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    Oddly enough the imac does tho... just a nicer one.
     
  8. Hellhammer Moderator

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    It's not as beauty as iMac but looks OK. Its power is ridiculous. 2.13GHz?!?!?! When I saw that, first few seconds I was 100% sure that it's quad-core but no.

    Nice try Lenovo but you can't beat Apple
     
  9. 24usedtorock macrumors regular

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    And a computer that probably doesn't freeze.
     
  10. VulnoX macrumors member

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    Uh, you could get any one of the iMac's for about the same price, have it be more powerful, and not have freezing. Freezing is on the 4850's who use WiFi, still a PITA, but you find me a computer that has never had any issues in its product line. Go check out some of the reviews on other computer manufacturers. When I was picking out a computer for my fiance, it was either this, or one of the Dell XPS lines with a 24" monitor. The Dell was a couple hundred less, but I hate Vista and so does she, so I didn't really want to pay for an OS I didn't need. Anyway, I started reading the reviews on it, A LOT of people on there complained of receiving machines that didn't even boot, or there were problems with their case LED's, or the computer stopped working in a week, or the fans didn't work when they got it so they couldn't use it.

    At least the iMac only has the freezing do deal with, and that has a solution right now that doesn't require you to send it back (especially since that doesn't help :rolleyes:)

    Yeah... Its a pain to try and stay objective I know.
     
  11. Shivetya macrumors 65816

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    slower processor, slower graphics.... why are companies putting out AIO that are less than the iMacs that already exist? This reminds me of Dell's blunder with their Mac Air clone.
     
  12. polya80 macrumors member

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    this lenovo fails on so many levels...

    for AIO, 3 choices come to mind:
    Apple imac, HP IQ800 and Dell XPS

    and imac has the best form factor :)
     
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