Instead, the entire computer is built within the limitations of the display case, meaning that the system's motherboard, processor, graphics unit, and everything else are contained within the monitor as a complete unit. This design allows for a more complete package that is both easier to set up but is also more portable. The Lenovo C310 is also different than other all-in-one systems in that it has a 20 inch, widescreen touch display for an additional option for user interaction other than the standard keyboard and mouse, which are still the primary way to use the computer. The system has several customizable specifications that can be chosen at the time of purchase, including up to 4GB of RAM, and a selection of Intel Atom 330 Dual Core processors. The desktop is capable of running some gaming programs but anything newer than a few years prior to its release date may not run very well, and only on the lowest possible settings if they will run at all.