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Lenovo ideacentre A540 (24" intel) £599.99 @ Lenovo
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Lenovo ideacentre A540 (24" intel) £599.99 @ Lenovo

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Intel Core i5-9400T Processor ( 1.80GHz 9MB )

Operating System

Windows 10 Home 64

Display Type

23.8"FHD WVA 1920x1080

Memory

8.0GB PC4-21300 DDR4 SODIMM SODIMM 2666MHz

Storage

1TB 5400+128GB SSD PCIe

Warranty

One year Depot or Carry-in

AC Adapter

120W

Graphics

Integrated Graphics

WiFi Wireless LAN Adapters

11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi wireless + Bluetooth Version 5.0

I have been looking at this, I'm not technically minded but noticed it has been reduced by £200 yesterday, cheapest I can find it.
It may not be amazing for some people but definitely cheaper than it was.
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Whether this is a deal comes down to how much you value to AIO form factor. It is quite expensive for the specs.
Its £799 in Currys :/ I'm not clued up on technical stuff I was looking at buying it at Currys price. So worth a post.
TT_Shaw16/12/2019 19:39

Its £799 in Currys :/ I'm not clued up on technical stuff I was looking …Its £799 in Currys :/ I'm not clued up on technical stuff I was looking at buying it at Currys price. So worth a post.


Well from a non tech point of view...it's a good deal for what you want it to do

Non hardcore gaming or heavy duty programming is fine here

I give it a HOT
Edited by: "dealsyeahh" 16th Dec 2019
My beef with these is mainly that they become utterly useless as time passes. Ever since they started to make sexy AIO systems I have wondered why they won't allow you to hook up an external PC to use the monitor/speakers/webcam/whatever. It can't be that hard to design it so.
Nice design, no cables (which I love, got myself an AIO) but the price is high for these specs. Not that other AIO are much better. It seems you pay more for the design. Not voting, but this is not a bargain.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 16th Dec 2019
hemelskonijn16/12/2019 20:04

My beef with these is mainly that they become utterly useless as time …My beef with these is mainly that they become utterly useless as time passes. Ever since they started to make sexy AIO systems I have wondered why they won't allow you to hook up an external PC to use the monitor/speakers/webcam/whatever. It can't be that hard to design it so.


Agreed, I recently upgraded from a Lenovo AIO and wouldn't buy one again. There's practically no upgrade potential so they date very quickly.
Decent price for what it is form factor wise but If you want something nice looking find a good monitor - plenty you can see on here less than 200 quid - then pick up a decent tower/small form pc and wireless keyboard/mouse setup for the rest and I think you would have a nicer machine. Take a bit more set up to make look nice but can be done.
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