Lenovo announced the latest addition to its wide range of all-in-one (AIO) PCs with the IdeaCentre B320 which delivers a compact performance complete with a Full HD display supporting multi-touch technology and intelligent features like Hardware TV that turns the display into a regular HD TV at the click of a button, making home computing all the more entertaining and intuitive.
According to leading global market research and consulting firm, DisplaySearch, all-in-one PCs have been around for years but now they are becoming a market of their own with each consecutive generation of AIOs. Based on the firm’s recent data, all-in-one computers’ worldwide sale grew by 57% from 2008 to 2009. DisplaySearch forecasts that AIO PCs will jump from the 6.95 million units sold in 2010 to 12.79 million in 2015. And with the ability of brands such as Lenovo to reach a wide variety of design aesthetics and price points to draw the interest of consumers and commercial customers, the touch-enabled and the standard AIO PCs growth forecast shows no sign of slowing down.
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