Pros Fast processor.
Great sound from 5.0 SRS system
Good value when compared to similar AIOs.
Can be used with various multimedia
Touchscreen is very responsive
Overall nice performance but I'm not a gamer.
Cons The Lenovo preloaded games are poorly conceived. Most don't come with written tutorials. Therefore if you happen to figure out how to play them, you still don't know what the objective is to win.
The user manual is very vague. It tells what the panel cont
Summary Overall great desktop. 3D may be a gimmick but it's pretty cool. I would like to see where Rich Brown found a 3D B520 for $1300. The 3D model uses a different display than the non-3D and generally cost $1799. The Rich Brown article and video gives the impression that any B520 you buy will have or be capable of having the 3D feature. Be sure to check out the Lenovo Personal Systems Reference (PSREF) at http://www.lenovo.com/psref/pdf/icbook.pdf to see what features your prospective purchase have.
Pros all in one, keyboard and mouse great appearance
Cons Graphics card does not perform without errors from gaming applications. Video driver can not be updated from Lenovo or video manufacturer.
Summary Product advertised as a gaming unit but video errors occur in the game left for dead and battlefield!!!!
Pros Looks nice
Cons Graphics card not up to the task for even standard programs
Summary Had issues within a few weeks. Customer service couldn't remote access the computer and claimed 3rd party software was to blame even though I hadn't loaded anything that didn't come on the computer. End result was I got hosed by lenovo
Pros it has a touch screen. (good for the win8 developer preview) and it is FAST!
Cons 3D Viewing is a stupid gimmick. (Oh WOW, like OMG, the icons are popping out at me! How about we stick to technologies that increase the stability of the OS.)
It's $1000+ and it only has 8GB of RAM.
Did I mention, it's $1000!!!
Summary When I hear the word "value," I think of something the average low to mid income household can afford, or a student even. I think maybe y'all need a reality check- about a third of the country is out of work! I wouldn't describe any computer for $1000 as being in the value category! I saw a lenovo desktop at fry's the other day for $299. Granted, it had an i3 not an i7- and not 3D touchscreen, but that is what I think of when I think Value. You can add all sorts of tech that's unnecessary, but a value it does not make!!