I just read on Gizmodo that this all-in-one PC measures in at a depth of just 18.5 inches. This will surely give its competitors a run for their money, and although Lenovo has held first place in the race to get slimmer for the third continuous year, the IdeaCentre is different. How, you ask? Well, for starters, it is way more powerful than its predecessor, the A300. Both these all-in-one PCs have the same 21.5-inch screen size, but the IdeaCentre A320 has maintained its slim form factor, while taking it up a notch, integrating Intel’s legendary Core i5 processor. It also has some killer features that just might make you want to abandon your TV for a while. It has 8 GB RAM, a 750 GB hard disk, a card reader and HDMI connectivity. How’s that for full functionality?
Lenovo actually plans to officially launch the A320 along with three other models at CES 2011 which will be held in Las Vegas in a couple of days. The other models to be launched are the IdeaCentre C205, which is a budget all-in-one PC, IdeaCentre B520, which is the world's 1st frameless multitouch all-in-one PC, and the IdeaCentre B320, which also doubles up as a TV.