Lenovo's Q190 is a slim profile PC that isn't meant to replace your desktop workstation, but would rather situate itself somewhere in your living room or den -- but even then, it fails to really shine. TechRadar says the Q190 has a "slim, compact design," and it even comes with a VESA bracket for mounting to your TV or monitor. Unfortunately, the unobtrusive design doesn't mean the same for its noise levels, with TechHive saying "it's not quite as quiet" as some competitors, though they didn't find it to be to "bothersome." It doesn't offer great performance and only works with integrated video, but Computer Shopper still says "it offers a lot of value for money."
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