Lenovo announced Tuesday that they will soon enter the digital world market by releasing four desktops and one laptop, out of which two can be counted as home theatre PCs and servers.
Two of the units that stand out among the line up are the IdeaCentre Q700 which is a home theatre PC that may possibly take some customers away from HP.
The computer comes alongside the IdeaCentre D400 which is a Windows Home Server computer box. Both of these gadgets will cost about $499.
A Lenovo spokeswoman said that all of the new units will be officially announced on Wednesday but the range is designed to specifically aid in home theatre design and living room or study use.
Also included in the new line of computers at a slightly lower price are the Q110 and Q100 net-tops that should cost consumers about $349 and $249 respectively.
The priciest model is the U450p notebook that will weigh in at a hefty $799.
The release of the computers highlights Lenovo’s continual move into the digital market since Lenovo re-entered the US consumer market in January of 2008.
Consumer products marketing manager Charles Farmer of Lenovo said that the line helps round out the new line of computers from Lenovo, since it was not previously able to offer a storage product that could complement its IdeaCentre and IdeaPad products.
All of the products are on the market now, except for the D400 and the two net-tops which will be released in the middle of September.
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