Lenovo has released the IdeaCentre Q180, a whole new membership owner the Chinese company’s Q-Series of small-form-factor desktops. Inside sits one of Intel’s latest Atom processors, the “Cedar Trail” D2500, along with discrete graphics and aa few entertainment hub-centric features.
Lenovo claims which the device can handle Blu-ray 3D playback, never mind “Full HD” 1080p video. Specs add aforementioned processor, a dual-core design with 1MB of cache running at 1.86Ghz, as much as 4GB of DDR3 memory, either approximately a 750GB harddrive or maybe a 128GB solid-state drive, AMD Radeon HD 6540A discrete graphics, a pair USB 3.0 and a pair of.0 ports, 802.11n WiFi, an 8-in-1 card reader with support for SDXC memory cards, Who knows if it’s really the smallest PC ever, as Lenovo says, but Definitely it is equipped close, especially when you are looking at thickness. At 22mm, this can be a very slim PC… While we don’t know how that new Atom processor performs yet, the IdeaCenter should handle HTPC duty nearly effortlessly, and shall likely be proficient at some light gaming through that discrete Radeon graphics card. And also the starting price is $379.Fascinated?