The Lenovo Ideacentre B305 first made its appearance back in May this year. Finally, close to two months later, the all-in-one multitouch PC is finally shipping to customers. The device is not too comprehensive, but so is it relatively inexpensive compared to other Lenovo launches in the recent weeks like the A300.
First about the specs. The Lenovo Ideacentre B305 comes with a 1.5″ WXGA+ LED MultiTouch display with a rich 1920×1080 pixel resolution. The device runs on an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 processor and runs on a 2GB RAM and 320GB hard drive. Also, this PC comes pre-installed with the Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system.
And the price? The Lenovo Ideacentre starts at a price of $699 and comes with a one year warranty which I think should appeal to a good number of users. Of course, there are higher end models that come with a much higher RAM and storage that would cost you between $849 and $949. Now, is that appealing enough?