2 reviews

Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z

$500.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Environmentally friendly design and packaging. Easy to set up and begin using. Wireless mouse and keyboard.

The Cons:Memory and drive upgrades aren't as easy as they are on many other ThinkCentre models (not tool-less). All-in-one design makes future re-use of chassis or display impossible. Unattractive utilitarian aesthetic.

The Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z is an all-in-one Windows 7 desktop system targeted towards small- and medium-size businesses. It features a 19” (16:10) LCD screen, an Intel Celeron or Core 2 Duo processor, up to 2GB of RAM, and a 500GB SATA hard-disc drive.

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Included also is a DVD drive, integrated speakers, a built-in webcam, and optional Wi-Fi connectivity. Overall, the A70z isn’t very impressive with its specifications, but does provide enough to satisfy the needs of an average business. Do keep in mind though that Lenova claims that the A70z can boot-up in under 35 seconds, as well as shut-down 40% faster than a conventional desktop. All of this is offered for under $500.00.


  • All-in-One Desktop
  • Windows 7 OS
  • 19" LCD Screen
  • Intel Celeron/Core2-Duo
  • DVD Drive
  • Integrated Speakers
  • Built-in Webcam
  • Optional Wi-Fi
  • FAST Bootup/Shutdown

User Reviews (2)

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    environmentally friendly design and packaging

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    easy to set up and begin using

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    wireless mouse and keyboard

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    portable desktop - includes carrying handle, and is quite lightweight

  • 1

    affordable price point

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    built for the memory and disk drive to be user upgradable

  • 1

    all-in-one design saves room, looks aesthetically pleasing compared to bulky desktop towers

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    high quality build

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    comes with Windows 7 Professional

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    very little added bloatware

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    powerful enough for the vast majority of consumers - Intel Celeron / Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of memory

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    snappy boot-up / shut-down

  • 2

    memory and drive upgrades aren't as easy as they are on many other ThinkCentre models (not tool-less)

  • 2

    all-in-one design makes future re-use of chassis or display impossible

  • 0

    unattractive utilitarian aesthetic

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