The Lenovo IdeaCentre series of desktops are gorgeous, clean, minimal designs that are all-in-one (AIO), meaning the display and computer come together as one unit.
The IdeaCentre AIO 3i 22” is such a computer, and it’s on sale for just $580, which is 15% off the usual $680 price.
Here’s what you get in this sleek desktop computer. For the CPU, it’s an 11th Gen Intel Core i3-1115G4. You also get 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a 256GB solid-state drive (SSD) (no slow HDD, here), and it ships with Windows 11 Home.
The display is full HD (1920x1080) but is also a touchscreen and features a three-sided thin and narrow bezel design that looks fantastic. Need audio? Don’t worry; this has a built-in Harman Kardon-certified audio system powered by two 3W stereo speakers.
For ports, you get plenty and all the right ones: two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports to reach max data transfer speeds of 10GB per second, a Power DC jack, an HDMI-out, a 1000 LAN, and a microphone/earphone combo. A 3-in-1 card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC) makes photo editing a breeze.
Heck, this thing even has a built-in DVD RW Drive. For connectivity, besides that RJ45 Ethernet jack, there’s Wi-Fi 802.11AC and Bluetooth 5.0.
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The Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 3i 22” is a minimalist’s dream PC with its clean aesthetics, full HD 22-inch touch display, and pop-up 720P webcam. It has everything, including a keyboard, mouse, built-in speakers, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It’s at its lowest price yet at $578, but the deal ends in the next few hours!
This entire computer also weighs just 15.43 pounds (7 kg), making it a snap to move if you ever need to. And since it’s so compact (490.5-by-185-by-418.88mm or 19.31-by-7.28-by-16.49 inches), it won’t take up a lot of desk space.
And when we say this PC has everything, we also mean it comes with a wired keyboard and a mouse. There’s literally nothing else you need to buy! You don’t need to worry about a webcam either. One is built into the display, and to ensure privacy, it’s a pop-up. So, when you’re done with your video call, simply push it back into the screen, and don’t worry.
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