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The new Lenovo ideacentre AIO 700 is ready for Windows Hello

Ideacentre 700
Ideacentre 700

Lenovo has refreshed a good portion of its PC line at IFA 2015, and among the raft of new laptops is this, the ideacentre AIO 700. Not a full name that rolls off the tongue but what we're looking at is a well spec'd all-in-one Windows 10 PC that's ready for Windows Hello thanks to the optional Intel RealSense camera.

It'll be available in different sizes and spec configurations, with a 21.5-, 23.8- and 27-inch model mentioned.

CategorySpecification
Operating SystemWindows 10 Home
CPUUp to 6th-gen Intel Core i7 (Skylake)
RAMUp to 16GB DDR4
DisplayFull HD or optional UHD (both touchscreen)
StorageUp to 2 TB HDD, 2 TB SSHD + 8 GB and up to 192 GB SSD
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 950A 2GB VRAM
SoundIntegrated JBL 2 x 3W stereo speakers
Ports1 x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 10/100/1000 LAN, Power DC Jack Side Ports 2 x USB 3.0, 6-in-1 Multi Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro), Microphone/Headphone Combo, HDMI-out, HDMI-in
PriceFrom $1099 (24-inch), From $1899 (27-inch)

As with a lot of Lenovo's other announcements at IFA, there's some options on the spec sheets for those looking for the high-end. It's hard to make an all-in-one stand out in an ever busier space, but Lenovo has made a good effort at it with the looks of the ideacentre.

We'll be getting a closer look from the show floor in Berlin in the coming days, so stay tuned to Windows Central for more.

Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

11 Comments
  • Nice!
  • Not bad, is the 1.7 lbs weight accurate?
  • Shhhhhh that might have sneaked through from the table template :( Good catch. Where's my coffee?
  • Do these all in one devices come with rechargeable batteries like phones and tablets? If yes, I am in.
  • no!
  • Nope they need to be plugged in an outlet at all times. Intel did try a while back to promote PAIO, that's Portable All In One but it never took off.
  • Dell did one a couple of years ago. I think it was a 21"er that had a stand with a charging connection in the cradle plus a small kickstand-esque thing near the top so you could have it on a table at a slight angle for utilizing the touch screen. Wouldn't want to hold it for long because it was definitely heavy.
  • i wanna know how it stacks up against the asus zenbook aio.
  • Are these 950As any good ?, can't seem to find any benchmarks or reviews online.
  • Been wondering that too. It's impossible even to know what the A stands for. Advanced as in better than standard, or something else...
  • Glad to finally see UHD touchscreen all in one's.  I've looked at a few AIO options this past year but I couldn't imagine dropping $1200-$1800 and being stuk in front of a large 1080p display for the next five years.  I'm still not 100% sure about the whole AIO concept, but at least the screen should still be relevant for the life of the computer.