Posted on 28 November, 2011 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Lenovo has announced its new IdeaCentre Q180 desktop PC that the company claims to be the smallest fully functional desktop PC in the world. The new device is no larger than a paperback book but it is powerful enough to transform a digital TV into a multimedia hub for enjoying music, games, videos and internet browsing.
The Q180 features a frame that measures only 22mm thick and they still managed to pack in the latest technology. It is powered by an Intel Atom dual-core processor, it comes with up to 750GB of Hard Drive storage or 128GB of Solid State Drive, up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity, there is a Full HD 1080p output, a Blu-ray drive with Blu-ray 3D playback support, 7.1 channel surround sound, DirectX11 support to help create an authentic movie ambiance, connectivity ports includes USB 3.0, VGA, HDMI output ports and S/PDIF connectivity for your HDTV and sound system.
The IdeaCentre Q180 will ship with a latest generation Lenovo wireless backlit handheld keyboard that shapes like a paddle and fits in the palm of your hand for the price of $349 and can be found on Lenovo’s website right now.