Lenovo announced its new IdeaCentre Q180, a consumer desktop PC no larger than a paperback book, yet powerful enough to turn a digital TV into a multimedia hub for enjoying music, videos, games, web browsing and more. With a lightweight and compact form factor, the Q180 is just 22mm thick, making it the world’s smallest desktop PC.
Powered by Intel Atom D2700 2.13GHz processor, the IdeaCentre comes with AMD Radeon HD6450A graphics processor, 2GB/4GB of RAM, 500GB and optional DVD SuperMulti burner or optional Blu-ray drive. The nettop supports Bluetooth and WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity and comes with HDMI output and a 8-in-1 card reader. You can also find 7.1-channel surround sound and USB 3.0 ports.
The IdeaCentre Q180 will come with Lenovo’s new wireless backlit handheld keyboard which can fit snuggly in the palm of your hand for multimedia control. To be shipped in December, the Q180-31102AU (2GB RAM) is priced at $369 and the Q180-31102BU (4GB RAM) costs $429.