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The Lenovo Q180 nettop stays out of your way with a quiet, compact design, but its anemic Atom processor prevents it from living up to its media-center aspirations.The rise of the netbook brought along with it the nettop, a small computer using an Intel Atom processor that could fit in a desk drawer. Products like the Acer Aspire Revo, Asus Eee Box and Lenovo Q110 promised a new era of thin-and-light desktop computing that would be less expensive and less obtrusive than the big beige boxes of old.The idea sounded great, but the nettop never took off. Lenovo is one of the only companies that remains committed to the concept. Its latest effort has taken the form of the Lenovo Q180, a desktop that claims to be the world's smallest fully functional PC.It features one of Intel's most modern Atom processors, the dual-core D2700, which runs at 2.13 GHz. Also included is AMD's Radeon HD 6450A discrete graphics chip. Both of these components are standard – upgraded models only include more memory and a larger hard drive. Our review unit came with 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. It also arrived with an MSRP of $449 on Lenovo's website, but you can usually find the product for under $400.Lenovo intends the Q180 to serve as a small general-purpose desktop, a media center or both.
By MaximumPC, published 23-11-2011
Hot on the heels of our review of the Blu-ray-like Acer Revo RL100-UR20P – check it out if you haven’t yet – Lenovo has released a new, slim nettop that it claims is the teeny tiniest desktop to be found in all the land. The diminutive IdeaCentre Q180 comes in a couple different configurations, all of which run on a 2.13 GHz Intel Atom D2700 CPU and an AMD Radeon HD 6450A GPU. That won’t h...
By HotHardware, published 23-11-2011
Like small? Like sleek? Like Lenovo? If so, the company has a machine they'd like to sell you, and it's a newcomer by the name of IdeaCentre Q180. It's a slim and compact rig, with Full HD graphics, 7.1 surround sound, plus an optional Blu-ray Disk drive supporting Blu-ray 3D playback, along with a number of other features that allow the Q180...
By SlashGear, published 22-11-2011
If you’re really cramped on space or simply prefer minimalist styling but need a multimedia desktop PC, then Lenovo’s IdeaCentre Q180 may suit your needs. The super sleek IdeaCentre Q180 went on sale today as the world’s smallest desktop PC, measuring in at just about the size of a novel at 22mm thin. But the [...]