Lenovo is always bringing news to the computer and notebook market, given that these are the two niches in which the manufacturer most stands out in the domestic market. To keep its audience filled with news, the Chinese giant has just launched its new IdeaCentre A340 all-in-one computer, which brings several important differentials to those who enjoy design renewals.
The design of this product is one of the great highlights that it has, as well as providing typical configurations of a normal computer, it can couple all hardware that normally stays in the cabinet only on the monitor if fitting into the class of all-in-one, which has broad representation with Apple’s iMac.
Its screen features 90% front-facing, allowing better visibility of the content displayed by the 23.8-inch FullHD display, which still features a webcam at the top. Already in the back, it has USB 3.1 gen 2, USB 2.0, card reader 3 in 1 (SD, SDHC, SDXC) and an HDMI output to plug a second screen.
One thing that draws attention, especially from those who like to keep the setup even cleaner, is that the IdeaCentre A340 has a cable organizer hook at its base, making the work environment more organized.