though the Chinese computer maker Lenovo refers the C560 All-In-One Computer as an affordable machine, it is probably just referring to base model, but still, we can’t deny that a starting price of $659 is pretty enticing, which make the mark for those aren’t aiming to top-notch performance. running on Windows 8.1 (what else?), the C560 sports a 23-inch Full HD display, available with or without multitouch capability, and offers “up to” fourth generation Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce graphics with up to 2GB of video RAM, up to 8GB of system RAM, and up to 2TB of HDD or 2TB SSD. other highlights include onboard Dolby Advanced Audio, DVD writer, WiFi, optional TV tuner, and it will come equipped a pair of USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, a card reader, HDMI-out interface, Ethernet port, and headphone audio and microphone jacks.
it also sells itself in the upgradability department with promised of memory and hard drive upgrades, if so desired, can be done without the need for tools. the Lenovo C560 All-In-One Computer comes in a choice of white or jet black and is set to hit the shelves in February. for initiated, the C560, as the model name implies, comes under the C series which is touted as “entry-level and value orientated” Windows machines and so, if you are in the market for a PC and has seriously tight budget, the C560 All-In-One Computer might be worthy contender for your money.