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very satisfied with this choice,
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This review is from: Lenovo C320 20 inch Multi Touch All-in-One Desktop PC (Intel Core i3-2120, RAM 4GB,HDD 500GB, DVDR, Windows 7 Home Premium) - Black (Personal Computers)
Having been keeping an eye out for a suitable replacement for my 1st Generation Asus EeeTop (touchscreen XP), I took the plunge with this 20inch all in one from Lenovo. I looked at the HP range, which seemed in between new/old models. Apple iMac was too big/too expensive, other products looked 'clunky'. I wanted something neat enough to use on the kitchen counter / bar stool area. All the bad things about the EeeTop were:
poor screen resolution
nil points for graphics performance
utterly useless touchscreen functionality
To be honest, I'm not bothered by touchscreen as I mostly use the keyboard & mouse. So having been using it for almost two months, these are the good things about the Lenovo C320:
> good screen resolution (not perfect, but good for the money)
> decent graphics performance, e.g. full screen iPlayer or YouTube 360p OK
> snappy performance for a general use PC @ home
> nice touch that it included Microsoft Office Starter edition
> touchscreen is remarkably accurate
> actual layout of ports (USB/power etc) are excellent, means you can use wired keyboard & mouse, but still keep things very tidy with a couple of black cable ties ;-)
> it looks good, nice subtle LEDs, neat view from behind too.
> reasonable webcam for Skype and good sound quality too.
> great to have integrated DVD RW
Someone said it was noisy, but I disagree. The Asus EeeTop was almost noise-less, and whilst there is a background fan noise here, it's nothing to worry about and hardly noticeable.
My only minor issue is that the keyboard, whilst nicely laid out, is a bit squidgy. The tactile feedback could be better.
All things considered, a great buy and extremely happy with this Lenovo C320
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Initial post: 28 Jul 2012 12:00:33 BDT
Hi, this is not connected with THIS review but with the one you made years ago about Dr Sarno's book and your RSI pain. Seeing as you're using a keyboard, does that mean that your RSI is pain-free now (that's assuming it was related to typing). Mine is through typing and has been given - the label 'arthritis'. I'd just like to know if it's still working for you.
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