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'BIOS is well designed'
'Cleverly designed and powerful business machine'
'Ingeniously designed chassis'
'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'
'the K220 is suitable for multimedia work on the cheap.'
'The weak selection of just six USB ports and one ethernet port on the system's rear is a dreadful shortcoming that's reminiscent of what systems had a few years ago.'
'The Lenovo IdeaCentre K220 is attractive, full of features, light on crapware, and smokes the competition when it comes to getting things done quickly.'
'reliable, secure performance'
'sluggish touch interface'
'ZX4800 looks nice enough'
'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.'
'A number of different Intel processors are available to choose from, ranging from the Intel Celeron up to the powerful Intel Core 2 Quad.'
'Faster PCs with better components are available for less..'
'The front-panel 15-in-1 memory card reader makes it easy to transfer photos and files to and from your digital camera and other peripheral devices.'
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