Lenovo C- series AIO PC: Affordable AIO; basic performance

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Old 18-Dec-2010
Ginni Singh
Lenovo C- series AIO PC: Affordable AIO; basic performance

Lenovo C- series AIO PC: Affordable AIO; basic performance

The Lenovo All in one Desktop PC

Companies have started jumping on the all-in-one PC bandwagon in a big way now, now it's Lenovo's turn to take a stab at the affordable all-in-one PC.

Packaging and content

The PC itself comes packaged in wooden box with standard thermocol covering, the keyboard comes housed in a seperate box, while the mouse comes packaged together with the power cord, a whole lot of manuals, and a CD (with some more manuals!! sigh!!) and some drivers and software, a neat little package.

First Impressions

The nice black and shiny exterior, with grill shaped speakers at the bottom and the nice 18-inch 16:9 wide screen display give of a positive first impression, though that's dampened a bit when you find out the build quality is plastic. The keyboard especially is not of great build quality, a better graded plastic would be nice, but it is understandable that Lenovo went with this build to keep the price down. The DVD drive is housed neatly to the right of the System, while the left houses a memory card reader, 2 USB drives and a Headphone and Mic input. The back of the System, houses another speaker, PS2 keyboard input and 3 additional USB drives, the stand is adjustable which is a nice touch, the front of the System has a Web cam on top and the usual assortment of Menu Buttons with the shiny Lenovo logo residing in the middle, next to the logo the Wi-Fi and the hard disk activity lights take up their positions.


As you can tell by the specification, the hardcore need not apply. This functions more as a entertainment solution, a HUB to watch films, browse the web etc. Even though the Atom D510 isn't going to win any awards for it's speed, it's good at what it does- enable you to watch movies etc, at good quality. But be warned, those wandering in expecting to watch anything in HD are going to be disappointed, as there is noticable lag and ghosting when it comes to watching HD on this system. The games, as expected, performed poorly but this was not meant to appeal to the gaming crowd in the first place. It woud be a little unfair to judge it based on the gaming performance solely. The webcam is good, if not exceptional and the speakers do a good job though there is notable lack of bass. Quite expected from a system with built-in speakers. The DVD writer works as advertised and USB drives function well. Like we said earlier, we would like better build quality of the keyboard, as it feels plasticky. The mouse seems to set to low sensitivity by default, but nothing a quick little tweak in the windows control panel cant change though.


Overall, as a media HUB it functions well, though Lenovo might want to provide a graphics solution as an option.

Price: Rs 21890

Processor: Intel Atom D510 1.66Ghz
Memory: 1GB DDR2
Hard Drive: 160 GB SATA II
Optical Drive: DVD-RW
Graphics: Intel Integrated
Wi-FI: 802.11n
5 in one memory card reader
OS: Windows 7 Starter

Full AIO PC experience

No gaming capability

Old 19-Dec-2010
Saini Sa'aB
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Old 20-Dec-2010
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Old 13-Sep-2016
Re: Lenovo C- series AIO PC: Affordable AIO; basic performance

is this model have vga or hdmi port

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