Leave it to Lenovo to introduce three new desktops in the market as the growing demand for advanced computer technology continues. Businesses continue to seek better desktop solutions and while many of Lenovo’s competitors are coming out with their own versions to stay abreast with the growing demands.
Among the reasons for the increase in more powerful peripherals like the Core 2 Quad CPUs from Intel and accommodate up to 4GB of DDR3 memory.
The IdeaCenter H200 is perhaps the low-end desktop from the three. It is designed for users who only need to surf the Internet and check e-mails. The H200 is its first desktop computer to use an Intel Atom processor normally found in Netbook computers only.
The IdeaCenter K220 will start at $449 with the K230 starting at $499. Both of those machines will be available on January 20. The Lenovo H200 went on sale on January 10 at a price of $399.99 including a ThinkVision L195 LCD monitor.