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PC Mag Jun 19, 2014

The Lenovo C560 Touch all-in-one desktop is priced like a midrange system, but outfitted like an entry-level PC.

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Engadget Jan 5, 2014

Available in black and white with a 23-inch screen, it's clearly the lowest-end model here, with a 1080p display, an optional touchscreen and processors that run the gamut from Celeron to Pentium to Core i3, i5 and i7.

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CNET Jan 5, 2014

The computer is built around a 23-inch full HD display available with or without multitouch support. It can be equipped with processors spanning from a low-power Intel Celeron G1820T to a quad-core Core i7-4770T.

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