Dave Courbanou

October 25, 2011

1 Min Read
Lenovo Launches C325 All-In-One Touchscreen Desktop Computer

I have a hunch the touchscreen all-in-one desktop will see a surge in popularity when Windows 8 comes out and I have a hunch Lenovo sees that, too. That could by why Lenovo has launched the C325, designed to be a super-affordable all-in-one unit, with a touch screen. Here are the touchy details …

Lenovo is aiming the C325 at the consumer market with a $699 price tag, but there’s no reason the small-business space can’t adopt it for its own as well. The 20-inch LED display comes with a multitouch screen and an HDMI connection for setting up dual-displays or attaching to bigger ones. The standard gamut of features is also there, including a webcam, built-in speakers, DVD player and USB 3.0. Plus, it’s all powered by AMD CPUs.

Lenovo also has introduced some interesting technology to help make computing easier on the eyes. The Lenovo Eye-Distance System comes coupled with the Dynamic Brightness System, and together they automatically can tell if a user’s face is too close to the screen and adjust the monitor’s brightness based on ambient light conditions. Nifty.

The C325 AIO unit is available now. Meanwhile, be sure to check out the Windows 8 Team’s latest efforts to make Windows 8 as accessible as possible in either portrait or landscape mode. If you’ve been wondering about the usefulness of touchscreen desktops, the blog just may change your mind.

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