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Powerful enough for all basic tasks.
Lots of USB ports and included card reader.
Small and slim, with a compact footprint.
Dynamic brightness system and Eye distance system.
Respectable audio output.
Easy access to memory and hard drive.
Screen is unattractive.
Low power on benchmark tests.
No USB 3,0.
No Video in or out.
Only 60-day McAfee Anti-virus.
Camera is "always on,"
By ThinkComputers on May 02, 2012
Lenovo has put together a nice system that can serve quite a few purposes. These can be workstations at an office or agency. This can be a companion system say in the kitchen or garage. It makes the perfect family computer or system for a student. ...
By PCWorld on April 11, 2012
This all-in-one desktop may not pack much power, but it is budget-friendly, space-friendly, and...
By PC Mag on March 27, 2012
The Lenovo C325 is a good choice for those looking to spend only about $500 for a fully featured desktop PC. It's bigger than a laptop, and has the power to serve your Web surfing and basic PC needs. ...
By SlashGear on February 27, 2012
The all-in-one form factor presents an interesting use case: it required much of the same external setup as a desktop, but uses laptop parts in most cases and has the same resistance to expansion. The most obviously attractive quality of the...
By Computer Shopper on February 16, 2012
This entry-level all-in-one delivers a 20-inch display and decent audio, but the lackluster performance of our test model makes it a better secondary system than primary PC for most users....
By 01net on January 25, 2012
Au final, ce Lenovo C325 peut faire office de bonne machine multimédia, tant qu'on évite les jeux nécessitant un tant soit peu d'affichage 3D. En outre, les vidéos bénéficient d'un affichage de bonne...
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