With a sleek design and stunning display, the lenovo ideacentre aio 3 review proves that less is more. Aimed at families, it's packed with enough processing muscle to keep everyone happy and productive – up to 12th Gen Intel(tm) Core(tm) processors and NVIDIA(tm) GeForce(tm) graphics on select models. A massive solid state drive shaves off boot times and dramatically speeds up file transfers and system responsiveness. And everyone in the family can enjoy a crystal-clear high-resolution 23.8" FHD touchscreen and room-filling audio from Harman Kardon(tm)-certified speakers.
The F0EW005TUS version has a mobile AMD Ryzen 3 4300U mobile processor and 8GB of RAM. It does a good job of handling everyday computing tasks such as MS Office projects, email and web browsing in multiple browser tabs. It's also a solid choice for light video editing and media consumption. If you need more power, Lenovo offers a model with a desktop-class Intel Core i7-6700T CPU and 16GB of RAM.
Lenovo's AIO has the monitor built into its base, which makes it easier to set up and move. It also takes up less desk space than traditional desktop PCs with separate monitor and computer components. And it comes with a convenient cable collector in its stand to help keep your desktop clutter-free. Other all-in-one computers with similar specs — including the Dell Inspiron 24 All-in-One and HP 24-Xa0032 — cost more but offer premium touches like faster graphics or an additional port.