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Lenovo C260

Lenovo C260
alaScore 97

9 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the reliability and size. The design and usability are also appreciated.

value for money, usability, design, size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Lenovo C260 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 97/100 = Excellent quality.

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Lenovo C260 review: This inexpensive all-in-one PC performs more like a tablet


You get what you pay for. Lenovo cut a lot of corners to produce a desktop PC for less than $500.

Inexpensive ; Fits in tight spaces ; 19.5-inch, 10-point touchscreen

Underwhelming performance ; Doesn't support 5GHz Wi-Fi ; Wired mouse and keyboard ; No HDMI input

Penny pinchers in need of a very inexpensive all-in-one desktop PC will be happy with the Lenovo C260 only if their computing needs are truly minimal.

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Lenovo C260 Touch


With its touch screen, quad-core CPU, and modest price tag, the Lenovo C260 Touch is an excellent basic touch PC, and raises our expectations for budget all-in-one desktops.

Nice price. Quad-core processor. 10-point touch screen. HDMI-out port. No bloatware

Lacks HDMI-in port and 5GHz Wi-Fi. Wired mouse and keyboard

The Lenovo C260 Touch ($479.99) proves that you can get an excellent full-featured Windows 8.1 desktop PC for less than $500. With a high-resolution touch screen, 4GB of system memory, and a quad-core Intel processor, it's a good choice if all you need...

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Lenovo C260 review


A budget all-in-one PC with performance to match

Inexpensive ; Space-saving ; Responsive touchscreen

Underwhelming speed ; Weak speakers ; Low-resolution camera


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Lenovo C260: This inexpensive all-in-one PC performs more like a tablet


The best all-in-one PCs bundle solid desktop features in a sleek display--no unsightly tower required. But because they include a display, they often cost a lot more than traditional desktops, a problem Lenovo seeks to address with its C260 all-in-one,...

The C260's audio sounded OK, and its webcam worked fine for Skype calls. But multitaskers, people who depend on Wi-Fi for streaming media, and anyone seeking tools for any computationally intensive work should seek a more powerful system.

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I love it


The All in One fixture is great for the size of "office" I have in my home. A little hard to get use to Windows 8 but I am liking it more and more as I continue to use it.For the price, this is a great desktop.This product has... Premium quality...

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PC good


I bought this PC because I am a student and in need of something to access school websites and Microsoft office. The computer is simple and easy to move if necessary. The websites load slower than I'd like but overall the PC is excellent for my needs.

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Not bad for the price


Decent looking design for an inexpensive computer. I didnt want to default to BING, and it was easy to switch to regular Windows 8 view.About me... Parent with kids


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I am now on my second computer. First computer gave an error message code 10. This means the hard drive is bad. So I exchanged for another one and it has the same problem. I called lenovo and they said odds are the shipment had a bad batch of...

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Out of the box with problems


This is a cheap computer, however, you are not getting what you paid for. The computer is basically unusable, it is very slow and filled with problems. Lenovo should not be manufacturing such a poor product.I realize this computer is $350.00 , but at...