Compact size, Optical drive included
Versatile design, Excellent connection options
Tiny form factor, Reasonable build quality
Room for expansion, Energy efficient
Good performance for an office PC
The price looks a touch high
Easy release side panel, vPro technology
Decently sized 750GB hard drive
Impressive slide-out keyboard/touchpad
Super slim at 1 inch thick
Extensive media capabilities
'The screen is bright and handles action well: It displayed a decent, streak-free1080p picture on our test discs like X-Men: The Last Stand and Mission Impossible .'
'The interface is responsive, and is the benchmark for upcoming Windows 7 all-in-one PCs from Acer, Asus, Dell, Gateway, and MSI.'
'speedy 64GB solid-state drive'
'the newer TouchSmarts are far more media-centric than previous generations - frankly, that's a good thing.'
'The trackpad on its right-hand side and left mouse button on the left-hand side of make the keyboard easy to use on a lap (there are two mouse buttons below the trackpad as well).'
'just the right price'
'nifty wireless keyboard'
'heavy system requirements'
'anonymous usage statistics'
'No optical drive.'
'really good SYSmark 2007 Preview Overall score'
'no upgrade potential'
graphics (worst of the worst).'
'Maddening Dell DataSafe pop-ups.'
'No Blu-ray and no TV tuner, so it's limited to online HD content.'
'Touch Software Not Very Robust.'
'Speedier than Atom-powered desktops. '
'Limited upgrade potential.'
'plentiful storage space'
Easy To Upgrade
'Supports full 1080p HD.'
'Lacks diversity (and number) of connections.'
'Small footprint and several mounting options, Great looks, Smooth 1080p video playback, Affordable, Quiet, Convenient OS recovery should disaster strike.'
'The audio support within this Lenovo IdeaCentre Q150-40813AU Desktop is quite impressive.'
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