Lenovo launches ho hum $399 H210 desktop PC
Lenovo's entirely more associated with rock solid laptops than desktops of any stature, but that's not stopping the outfit from dishing out a new tower today for under four bills. The H210 sports a glossy black finish, Lenovo's VeriFace facial recognition technology (which bites, by the way) and a feature dubbed File Management to "save critical data on a special system partition in the event of system failure." As for specs, you'll find your choice of Intel's dual-core E2200 or the Core 2 Duo E7200, between 2GB and 4GB of RAM, 500GB / 640GB hard drive, a dual-layer DVD writer, Intel's GMA3100 graphics set and a bunch of software you'll probably find more annoying than useful. It's available now for those somehow enthused starting at $399.
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