Lenovo Rolls Out Vista Mini PCs

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Lenovo, Chinese makers of the suh-wheat Thinkpads, is expanding its desktop line with the A55 SFF desktop PCs. The Mac Mini-ish boxes are full power, though, with enough muscle to run Vista with dual-monitors out of the box. That’s decent. The boxes are centered around Core 2 Duo chips, and starting tomorrow they’ll be available pre-loaded with Vista, like just about everything else.

This is good news for Lenovo fans, though, as the maker is known for Linux desktops or laptops, not so much for Windows PCs. If this line has the same reliability cachet as its other offerings, they’re with out a doubt worth a look.


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