Lenovo ThinkCentre A70Z
Very well built.
Nice matte screen.
Useful business software.
Relatively strong components.
Swift productivity performer.
Very fast boot time.
All-in-one unit takes up very little space.
Screen is brilliant and large enough for easily viewing photos from across a large room.
Functions extremely well as a dedicated multimedia machine and as a desktop compute.
6 USB ports.
No SD card slot.
No VGA port.
If used as a desktop computer, 4GB would have been better.
Included keyboard and mouse are very basic.
Constant hard drive access noises.
No secondary video output port.
Less than 1080p resolution.
By Tech2 on May 28, 2011
While the performance of the A70z is average, it should be noted that this All-in-One is not meant to deliver a lot in terms of performance. However, we’re judging the performance in terms of its price. At Rs. 33,200 which this model of the A70z...55
By PCQuest on April 29, 2011
Overall, the A70z isn't very impressive with its specifications, but does provide enough to satisfy the needs of an average user.. Page(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying this...-
By PCWorld India on August 05, 2010
The Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z is a rugged business all-in-one desktop PC with a compact design. It has a nice matte screen, offers good performance, features, and comes with useful proprietary software for a price of Rs. 35,800. Between the Dell Vostro...74
By Computer Shopper on June 01, 2010
The business-centric A70z tackles productivity chores better than similarly priced all-in-ones, and it boots quickly out-of-the-box. Though it's bland-looking, its integrated power supply and wireless peripherals make it a good choice for cramped...78
By Gear Diary on June 01, 2010
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By The Gadgeteer on May 16, 2010
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By SlashGear on April 07, 2010
Lenovo’s attempts at all-in-one PCs have so far been confined to their consumer-centric lines, but with the ThinkCentre A70z they’re pushing for your office (or at least your home-office). A sober black monolith with a surprisingly...-
By Expert Reviews on March 31, 2010
Lenovo's ThinkCentre A70z is a well designed all-in-one for office work, but it lacks a display that can make the most of your photos and videos....60
By PC Mag on March 18, 2010
The Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z can work as the primary PC in your business if you're the sole proprietor, or as the PC for your staff and receptionist. It's an all-in-one business PC that may make "more sense" than other consumer-grade...80
By Engadget on March 16, 2010
If it hasn't emerged already, the theme of our experience with the A70z was a singular one of competency. It did what we expected it to do, it contained no nasty surprises, but it also didn't bowl us over with anything particularly special. The...-