Lenovo IdeaCentre A720
The IdeaCentre A720 features a 10-point touchscreen, an Intel Core-series CPU, an Nvidia GeForce GT 630M 2GB, up to 8GB of DDR3 1600MHz RAM, as much as 1TB of mechanical or 64GB of flash storage, a DVD or Blu-ray burner, Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, along with tons of proprietary touch software.
Large multitouch screen that tilts to 90 degrees.
Excellent digital media handling.
Large selection of games and apps.
Sturdy build quality.
Price is high relative to performance.
Slow startup time.
Average keyboard and mouse.
Port locations could have been better.
Screen slightly too glossy.
By PC Pro on March 22, 2013
Excellent design, superb versatility and reasonable power – but the touchscreen is scuppered by the awkwardness of its 27in...67
By HotHardware on January 16, 2013
Although the Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 didn’t especially impress in our benchmarks, it did prove capable of handling most typical computing tasks. For a system with an Ivy Bridge chip and a Kepler GPU inside, you might expect more on the performance...-
By Maximum PC on January 03, 2013
Lenovo has introduced the most exciting all-in-one computer design since HP reinvigorated the market with its TouchSmart series in 2008. The IdeaCentre A720 is a pizza-box design, much like the original TouchSmart; but modern ingredients enabled...80
By booredatwork.com on December 29, 2012
The razor-thin IdeaCentre A720 All-In-One uniquely combines a frameless display supporting 10-point multi-touch for greater accuracy with a widely adjustable screen angle (from- 5 to 90o) that allows comfortable use in any position. It can even be...-
By DigitalVersus on November 30, 2012
The IdeaCentre A720 falls in the same price range as the Asus ET2700INTS and has a great design, good computing power, well-thought-out connectivity and low energy consumption, and the Full HD screen with astounding contrast makes for a perfect combo...80
By ThinkComputers on November 08, 2012
Lenovo has really done a great job with the IdeaCentre A720. Just the design itself is something you really would not expect from Lenovo. If you took all of the Lenovo logos off of the A720 and put it in front of people I don’t think anyone...90
By TechRadar on October 25, 2012
Should evidence still be needed to show that the PC has moved beyond the traditional grey or black box, this is it. The stylish Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 is the thinnest all-in-one touchscreen PC and it's ready for Windows 8 . It's no matter of...80
By Wired on October 16, 2012
Touchscreens obviously aren't anything new. While tapping and swiping on the glass screen has become commonplace on mobiles, the same gestures haven't quite made their way to many notebooks or desktops. That's all going to change with...70
By uk.hardware.info on October 05, 2012
It's the first time in a long time that we have gotten excited about a touch-screen all-in-one PC. We have reviewed a number of them in recent months, but none of those managed to fully impress us. The Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 reminded us of how fun...-
By booredatwork.com on August 27, 2012
The IdeaCentre A720 is a rare combination of up-to-the minute technology and contemporary style. Lenovo has managed to create a device packs a lot in one package. While it boasts a large, 27″ screen, the A720 All-in-One is ultra-slim — the...-