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Lenovo IdeaCentre A300 40181OU

Design fans in particular will appreciate Lenovo's unique all-in-one that serves best as a dedicated, Web-based home entertainment PC for a small room. The distinct look requires some trade-offs, particularly in performance and the lack of an optical drive, but if you're willing to sacrifice function for a bit of form, you'll find the IdeaCentre A300 charming and generally capable.

By Aug. 12, 2010

3 stars Editor's rating Aug. 12, 2010

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A300

At CES 2010, Rafe Needleman takes a look at the slick looking desktop machine by Lenovo.

By Jan. 9, 2010


Canon PowerShot A300

Budget buyers who don't need a zoom lens will get their money's worth in features and picture quality from the A300.

By Jun. 3, 2003

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jun. 3, 2003

Sony Alpha DSLR-A300 and A350: Mirror, mirror

Sony has announced two new entry-level α (Alpha) dSLRs: the A300 and A350. Both boast innovative tilting screens and dual-sensor, dual-mirror live view function

By Jan. 31, 2008


Lenovo announces slim, trim all-in-one PC

Lenovo announces new streamlined IdeaCentre A300 all-in-one.

By Jan. 4, 2010


Get a gorgeous Lenovo all-in-one desktop for $722

Built for the Netflix-streaming age, the IdeaCentre A300 lacks an optical drive, but does have an HDMI input for connecting a Blu-ray player or game console.

By Aug. 5, 2010


Airbus starts up assembly line for new A350

The first test aircraft of Airbus' answer to the Boeing 787 began construction in France.

By Apr. 5, 2012


CES: Lenovo IdeaCentre A320 adds HD LED display to all-in-one functionality

The Lenovo IdeaCentre A320 offers built-in Wi-Fi support, HDMI in and out, and a second-generation Intel Core i5 processor in an ultraslim package.

By Jan. 6, 2011


Sony's confusion of dSLRs

Two new consumer dSLR models ask potential buyers to evaluate trade-offs they shouldn't need to consider.

By Jan. 30, 2008


Sony Alpha 230, 330 and 380: dSLR leakski

Details of the new dSLRs briefly surfaced like the Red October on the Russian Sony site before disappearing again.

By May. 11, 2009