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Engadget Jan 5, 2014

This ... has a thin frame (4mm in this case), which can be pushed down so that the screen lies flat. Now, though, there's a 2,560 x 1,440 screen option, in addition to the standard 1080p (noticing a theme here?). Lenovo also stepped up to 802.11ac WiFi, with Haswell processors.

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CNET Jan 5, 2014

At its thinnest point the Lenovo A740 all-in-one desktop announced at CES 2014 is 0.15-inch (4mm) thick. Does that make it a better computer? No, probably not. But it does give it a nice shape, if that's something that matters to you.

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