Lenovo has introduced two touch enabled all-in-one PCs. Both the desktops are packed with Windows 8. And, both of the machines have 21.5-inch high-definition touch displays. The PC models are IdeaCentre B340 and IdeaCentre B345.
Microsoft will release its Windows 8 OS in October, and it is expected that at the same time, Lenovo will release both of these all-in-one PCs. The company has already started to add touch enabled desktops to its all-in-one product line. We have seen that the company released IdeaCentre B545, a 23-inch touch enable desktop which is now available for $699 only.
However, these two touch enabled desktops will offer something new. Both desktops support 10-point touch; that means, users can use up to 10 fingers at the same time to give input. The PCs will have third-generation Intel Core i7 processors (Ivy Bridge) or Advanced Micro Devices quad-core processors (Trinity). There are no dedicated graphics cards, but users can add Nvidia GeForce 615 with the B340 and AMD’s Radeon HD7470A with the B345. Lenovo has also added a TV card for watching TV. The price has been set $599.