Lenovo Announced Atom-Powered H200 Desktop

Maximum PC Staff

For most vendors, the goal of CES was to show off their new smaller and sleeker notebook lines featuring all sorts of tiny form-factors and energy efficient processors – but Lenovo has other plans. Lenovo’s newest piece of tech comes not as a portable, but as desktop . Instead of focusing on a netbook, they put their focus solely on a nettop.

Lenovo’s H200 will be featuring an Intel Atom 230 processor at its heart, handle 1GB of RAM standard and will pack a 160GB hard drive. It’s expected that a machine with a processor such as the Atom won’t be very readily accepted in the United States, but at a price point of $400 in today’s economy it does stand a pretty good chance of doing well.

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