Lenovo only barely dabbled in the U.S. home PC market last year, but it looks like it will make a stronger push for those consumer dollars in 2009. We caught wind of a new Lenovo all-in-one at CES, and Tuesday it announces two new standard desktops aimed at home users.
The two new systems include the IdeaCentre K220 (starting at $450) and the IdeaCentre K230 (starting a $500). Each comes in a standard mid-tower desktop chassis, with a variety of modest, mainstream options. Both use Intel CPUs (up to Core 2 Quad), and DDR3 RAM, with options for 64-bit … Read more