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Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 21.5" PC Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD £341.99 (A Grade - Open Box) Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet / eBay
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Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 21.5" PC Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD £341.99 (A Grade - Open Box) Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet / eBay

£341.99£379.9910%eBay Deals
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Posted 3rd Oct

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Nice saving when using the code PREPARE10 at checkout.

Core i3 with 4GB ram and 1TB HDD, this is the non touch version.


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Power and speed behind the beauty

Ideacentre AIO 520 is equipped with AMD Pocessor, a new standard for PC performance. Now is the time to get excited about Ideacentre AIO 520

Seamless videos, whether you’re watching or editing

Want to have smooth animation on your PC? AMD Radeon is designed to deliver a more advanced experience than integrated graphics, giving you faster graphics performance for video streaming, while also accelerating photo- and video-editing applications.

22" of crystal-clear resolution

Rewatching your snowboarding footage? Relive the moment and see every snowflake fly off your board, thanks to our Full HD (1920 x 1080) borderless display. And with a 21.5" Full HD display, it’s even easier to scroll through footage, pause, and zoom in on the best clips.

Striking new design

The Ideacentre AIO 520 was designed with a razor-thin border, slim monitor, and sleek steel stand. This modern profile is a perfect accent for your home’s workspace – and it’s available in Silver or Black.

Take data transmission speed to new levels

Ideacentre AIO 520 includes a USB 3.0 connection, taking you to a new level of data transmission with a transfer rate of 5 Gbit per second.

Get Cortana’s assistance from across the room

Meet Cortana, your own personal digital assistant who is prepared to answer your questions, open necessary apps, set reminders and even read appointments from your calendar. Merely type your request into the search bar or speak it out. And now, as the first AIO to offer an optional Far Field Mic, Ideacentre AIO 520 makes it possible to give Cortana voice commands from up to five meters away.

Windows Hello knows your face

Ideacentre AIO 520 stands out with its infrared camera (Optional), allowing Windows Hello to log you into your computer in less than two seconds – just by scanning your face. And when you walk away from your desk, Windows Hello detects your absence and automatically locks your computer.

Webcam sees you only when you want it to

Webcam fright. We’ve all had it. It’s the split second when you wonder if your camera is truly off – or if the people on your conference call have just seen you in your pajamas. Ideacentre AIO 520 alleviates that fear – with a convenient pop-up webcam at the top of the display. Press to release it when you need it, and simply push it back in place when you’re done, and want guaranteed privacy. Working from home just got better.
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I think you could get a better deal by buying the pc and monitor separately tbh. Also by doing that you could get a better pc which is more important than the monitor. For me sorry this isn’t a good deal
In case anyone is wondering (like I did), it's a 7th gen i3, even though the text says, "Ideacentre AIO 520 is equipped with AMD Pocessor"........
Intel Core i3-7020U 2.3GHz Processor
Edited by: "cutthroat_jake" 3rd Oct
ace_rees03/10/2019 17:05

I think you could get a better deal by buying the pc and monitor …I think you could get a better deal by buying the pc and monitor separately tbh. Also by doing that you could get a better pc which is more important than the monitor. For me sorry this isn’t a good deal


Well probably but that's not really the point of these all in ones

For a no fuss setup these are pretty good just a real shame they're still not fitting SSD's as standard.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 3rd Oct
spannerzone03/10/2019 17:16

Well probably but that's not really the point of these all in ones For …Well probably but that's not really the point of these all in ones For a no fuss setup these are pretty good just a real shame they're still not fitting SSD's as standard.


Yeah I know but there is nothing complicated with buying the stuff separately. It’s just paying a big premium for connivance. I get your point though
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