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Lenovo IdeaCentre H520

Lenovo IdeaCentre H520 Desktop


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Lenovo IdeaCentre H520
Acer AT3-600-UR11
Gateway DX4860-UR28
Apple iMac (2012)
Dell OptiPlex 9020
Lenovo IdeaCentre H520 Desktop
Acer AT3-600-UR11
Gateway DX4860-UR28 Desktop
Apple iMac MD093LL/A  21.5-Inch Desktop
Dell OptiPlex 9020 All-In-One
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Release Date
Jun 2013
Mar 2013
Jun 2013
Oct 2012
Jul 2013
Processor Speed
3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz
2.9 GHz
2.9 GHz
HDD Size
1024.0 GB
1000.0 GB
1024.0 GB
1024.0 GB
500.0 GB
Installed Memory
8 GB (DDR3-SDRAM)
6 GB DDR3
8 GB (DDR3-SDRAM)
8GB 1600Hz DDR3 RAM
4 GB DDR3
Operating System
Windows 8
Microsoft Windows 8
Windows 8
Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion (64-bit)
Microsoft Windows 8
Processor
Core i5-3330 3 GHz
Intel Core i5-3330
Core i5 3330 3.0 GHz
2.9GHz Intel Core i5 Quad-Core
Intel Core i5

  • Lenovo continues to make strides in the slim desktop PC category with the IdeaCentre H520s. It combines a slim space-saving design with ease of use and a range of entertainment features. It features an Intel Core i5 CPU, 6GB of RAM, built-in wireless connectivity and a 1TB hard drive. The slim design does limit future expansion, but it comes with everything most users will need.


  • is a high-tier desktop suitable for power-seeking users who don't want to pay too much for their computer. Graphics performance is subpar so gamers would do better with another desktop, but other power users would definitely enjoy this Lenovo.


  • While the Acer Aspire AT3-600-UR11 isn't exactly the most exciting system out there, it offers a good value thanks to its reasonable price tag, USB 3.0 support, and a roomy 1TB hard drive.


  • Should you buy this desktop when new processors are right around the corner? We think so, as the new processors will probably command a slight premium. But, if youâ??d rather wait, feel free to do so since Acer will no doubt continue using this excellent design for desktops built on the new Intel processors.


  • Acer Aspire AT3-600-UR11 is a desktop for someone requiring bit more power than a typical low-end computer has to offer. If you're into HD movies, casual gaming or some heavy programs, you'd get the most out of this desktop. If you also happen to already own a monitor, buying this Acer wouldn't basically hurt your wallet at all.


  • Apple sticks to the fundamentals with the new iMac, relying on design, strong features, and overall polish to maintain its leadership among high-end all-in-ones.


  • Slimmer and faster, the Apple iMac 21.5-inch (Late 2012) is the desktop PC to buy if you're looking to avoid the whole touch-screen conundrum. The new iMac upgrades components, looks great, and has the power to do real work in a business or at home.


  • It goes without saying that there are numerous Windows PCs that can provide comparable performance at a lower price. However, few of them - nay, none - can match the build quality or the luxurious 27in screen of the iMac. That screen is ideal for graphics and video work and will appeal to home users and professionals alike. Yes, it's expensive, and it lacks features such as a solid-state drive that perhaps ought to be standard.


  • For a basic work desktop, the Dell OptiPlex 9020 All-in-One is a solid choice, handling day-to-day computing tasks with ease and bringing Windows 8 and touch to the workplace.


Top 5 2.50 ghz desktop:

  1. Lenovo IdeaCentre H520 Desktop
  2. Acer AT3-600-UR11
  3. Gateway DX4860-UR28 Desktop
  4. Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop
  5. Dell OptiPlex 9020 All-In-One