The all-in-one PCs haven’t really seen any substantial success except when it was first introduced by Apple. Lenovo is now trying to cash-in on the devices with low priced AIO desktops, or netops? The C200 made its first public appearance during the CeBIT, a few months ago. The PC would come with some basic features and other upgrade options with added up cost.
The basic version would only cost you $399 and would feature a 1.6GHz Atom D410, 160GB of storage, 18.5” HD 16:9 widescreen display (no touch support), Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, 6-in-1 Card Reader, DVD reader/writer, Webcam and Integrated stereo speakers.
The upgrade options available are Dual Core processor D510, Windows 7 Home Premium, NVIDIA ION 256 MB graphics, 4GB DDR2 RAM, 500 GB HDD storage and 18.6″ touchscreen. The upgrade options sure makes the C200 worth a thought for a secondary home PC. It would be available in the US later this month.