The Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 700 is a good looking desktop computer. It looks stylish and has well-pointed corners and bent speaker grilles. The stand is V-shaped and it is quite densed. The matt white finish will not appeal to all users. It still doesn’t make this desktop less appealing. The screen can be easily attached to the stand. You can use the thumbscrews for attaching purposes. The bezels are a bit big for this 23.8 inch screen. You can find the best angles that you want because there is a lot of back and forth tilt to it. Just choose the angle that is best for your seating position. The processor is a Quad-core 2.7GHz Intel Core 15-6400 and it comes with a processor socket LGA 1151. It comes with 8GB of RAM DDR4 and it can be expanded to 16GB. The Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 700 has several ports: 2 USB 3 on the front and the rear has 2 3 USB2 and 2 x USB 3, HDMI. For connectivity purposes it carries a 1 x 10/100//1000 Ethernet, 802.11ac WI-FI. It has an all in one type of case and d the dimensions are 461x579x110mm. It has 2TB of hard disk drive storage, an SDcard reader. The Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 700 has a 2GB NVidia GeForce 930A graphics card. This computer has an HDMI port for graphics /video ports, 1.35 mm headset that can be used for sound card outputs and integrated speakers. The Display Resolution 1920x1080 resolution and the display is a 23.8 integrated touchscreen. It has a HDMI for it’s inputs. It uses the Lenovo Accutype keyboard and the Lenovo Wireless Mouse. The Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 700 comes with an Intel RealSense camera. The Operating System is Windows 10. This computer costs $1300. There's a big probability that you can acquire this computer at a lower price now.
The Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 700 HD screen lacks a bit of depth and images are not that vivid. It is good enough for browsing, business work and for practical purposes. In terms of quality it’s just as good as a budget monitor. It is better than some of the computers that have the same price level. The contrast ratio is just quite low and this is the reason why it lacks details. For the price, it’s still a good catch, as long as you are not involved in photography work. If that is the case then you’ll have to get an external monitor that has a higher resolution. The speakers are loud enough. You can disable the pre-installed enhancements on the Dolby audio software if you do not like the sounds you are hearing. Switching to the EQ setting will solve your problems. The wireless mouse performs quite well. You’ll have a bit of problem with the keyboard but after some time, you will be able to adjust to it. It has curved-like keys that are quite convenient to use. When you familiarize yourself with these keys, you can type on them for a long time.
With the kind of specs that this computer has, the Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 700 will perform strongly. It can do intensive works like photo editing. In the Image rendering test it got a score of 90 and that is close to superior and 92 in the video rendering test. Because it has two Terabytes of storage hard disk, this computer is a fast runner. The graphics on this computer uses a slower end card but it can do the job except I would not play intensive games using this computer. This computer uses RealSense camera. In the box you will find a card which you can use to enter Intel’s website via the key on the card. Once you are inside the site, you can download an array of software that you might need for this camera. The downside of this computer is the screen. The upside to this computer is it’s processing, a lot of connectivity and useful peripherals. There is no upgrade for it’s internal elements. This is still a good computer to use.