Friday, 12 April 2013

Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 Nettop Released

Looking to avail yourself of a particularly diminutive nettop that
boasts refined aesthetics that would positively grace any room (ie, you
wont want to tuck it away) and that happens to utilise Nvidia s Ion
chipset? Enter stage left the just released Ion touting Lenovo
IdeaCentre Q110.
Measuring in at a mere 6 ๏ฟฝ x 6.8 ๏ฟฝ x 0.8 ๏ฟฝ the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110
nettop, which is billed by Lenovo as being a ๏ฟฝpremium mini PC (they
obviously have a certain distaste for the term ๏ฟฝnettop for some
curious reason) comes with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom 230 CPU under the hood
along with up to 2GB of 667MHz PC2-5300 DDR2 RAM a 160GB capacity hard
drive whilst, in terms of connectivity, you ll get a total of four USB
2.0 ports (rear mounted) as well as headphone socket, Ethernet and HDMI
allowing you to output content (inclusive of HD) to suitably equipped
TVs โ€� handy considering that the onboard Ion Nivida GPU will happily
throw out Full HD content.

That s the good news. Now the bad as if you re looking for a nettop with
integrated WiFi or inbuilt card reader โ€� hardly a vital element but
surprisingly handy โ€� you ll need to look elsewhere. Additionally you
can forget a webcam as the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 doesn t come bundled
with a monitor and if you re wanting to hear what the onboard sound is
capable of you ll nee to factor in buying speakers (you can get those as
you buy a keyboard and a mouse, as you won t get those either). What you
will get, however, is a ๏ฟฝfree upgrade to Windows 7 at the point of its

The Ion powered Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 is avaibale as of now but if you
re happy to dispense with the Ion chipset you may be interested in the
cheaper Q100 which comes in somewhat cheaper (specifically just shy of
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