Room for expansion, Energy efficient
Good performance for an office PC
The price looks a touch high
Easy release side panel, vPro technology
Easy to service chassis
Strong general performance
3.4GHz Core-i7 2600 processor
No molex power connections
'good all-around desktop'
'The brightness and contrast are good enough to view photos; there is some colour shift when viewing the screen from the sides, but whatever is being displayed is still clearly visible.'
'dull, indeterminate keystroke sound'
'the Lenovo C300 feels quite solid, and its design, while it won't appeal to all, certainly stands out from the Atom-powered all-in-one crowd.'
'heavy system requirements'
'its integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics are suitable for casual game play.'
'attractive, glossy white-and-silver midtower case'
'FireWire Ports Not Standard.'
'Stand Provides Limited Positioning.'
'It's hard to talk "value" when you're talking about a system that costs as much as a good used car'
'Side panel can be tricky to remove.'
'Just be aware that the BTX formfactor will make it difficult to perform major upgrades'
'SLI-enabled dual 768MB Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTX graphics cards'
'included wireless keyboard and mouse'
'Two of the eight USB ports are front-mounted to make uploading pictures easy.'
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