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Lenovo debuts Olympic branded PCs

Posted on Friday, July 27 2007 @ 05:17:36 CEST by

PC maker Lenovo rolled out its new Lenovo 3000 J200 and J205 tower desktop PCs which both feature the Lenovo Olympic Games composite logo. Prices of these PCs start at $399 and $449, respectively.

"The Beijing 2008 Olympic Games provides an opportunity to showcase our best engineered PCs to the world", said Dilip Bhatia, Executive Director, Global Desktop Marketing Management, Lenovo. "We've designed our latest Lenovo 3000 desktops with that spirit in mind displaying the Lenovo Olympic Games composite logo along with a new, stylish design and including the features a small business needs to stay productive like high performance and excellent management capabilities."

Designed for the small business user to bridge the gap between work and home, the new desktops' unique and stylish black and silver exterior balances the traditional black color of business with the excitement and energy of the color silver associated with home and lifestyle use. Not only do the desktops sport a redesigned exterior, they've been designed with the latest technologies inside for an easy, reliable and productive computing experience.

The Lenovo 3000 J200 desktops come equipped with Intel-based processors while the Lenovo 3000 J205 desktops feature AMD-based processors. The desktops also include Gigabit Ethernet, integrated graphics, six USB ports, a chassis intrusion lock and PC lock slot. Additionally, the desktops feature optional 9-in-1 media bay and DVD multiburner along with TPM 1.2 data encryption on select models.



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