Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 Mini PC/nettop looks lush

Lenovo have announced the availability of their snazzy new range of IdeaCenter Q110 nettop machines in the States.

Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 Mini PC/nettop coming soon

Powered by NVIDIA’s Ion platform, the Q110 measures up at just six inches wide, 0.8 inches deep and 6.8 inches high and looks – as we’d say in Wales – well lush, with both the silver and black patterned glossy finishes cutting a considerable dash to our eyes.

Designed to be used in the office, living room or bedroom, the book-sized nettops come with Windows Vista Home Premium 64 installed (or Windows 7 on free upgrade, when it becomes available), with the package offering 2GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive for $399 (currently around £250).

Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 Mini PC/nettop coming soon

Billed as a ‘premium multimedia mini PC supporting high definition 1080p video and 3D gaming capabilities’, there’s a HDMI port onboard and the ability to mount the pint sized PC onto the back of your monitor for a piece of that all-in-one action.

There’s no news of a UK release or pricing yet, and it’s worth remembering that the US price doesn’t include a monitor, keyboard or mouse.

However, if the nettop performs as well as its alluring finish suggests, then we think it’s a pretty good deal – assuming we don’t get hit with daft exchange rate pricing if the Q110 makes it to the UK of course.

Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 Mini PC/nettop coming soon

Specifications:

Processor
Intel ATOM Processor 230 ( 1.60GHz 533MHz 512KB )
Operating system
Windows Vista Home Premium 64
Graphics
NVIDIA ION
Memory
2 GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz
Hard Drive
160GB 5400
Form Factor
Ultra Small Form Factor with stand

At this point we would have added a direct link to the product, but seeing as Lenovo use some rubbish database-generated website that generated a URL a ridiculous 229 characters long, you’ll have to find your way from here.

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