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Lenovo C315

Lenovo C315
alaScore 82

4 reviews

Sep, 2016

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Lenovo C315. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. Reviewers really like the design.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Lenovo C315 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: (pcmag.com)

Lenovo C315

 

The Lenovo C315 ($849 list) is a touchscreen-equipped all-in-one desktop that displays widescreen video. It has an ATSC/HDTV tuner, dual-core power, plenty of RAM, large hard drive, and little bloatware. Unfortunately, the touchscreen only adds to the...

Compact all-in-one. Multi-touch screen. Good video consumption system. Minimal bloatware

Little pricey. Integrated graphics. No Blu-ray. External IR remote dongle. Not true 1080p HD. No HDMI port. No eSATA. Plain styling. Wired keyboard and mouse. External power brick

The Lenovo C315 keeps the 20-inch all-in-one form factor and adds multi-touch support. As such, it's a contender for the video consuming, all-in-one PC aficionado. While it's compact and powerful enough for many users, its touch support adds to the...

Expert review by: Konrad Krawczyk (computershopper.com)

Lenovo C315 (40221GU) Review and Ratings

 

Price aside, the C315 is not a bad entry-level all-in-one PC. But considering what you get for $849, most buyers will want to look elsewhere—at least until the price drops.

Aesthetically pleasing ; Touch-screen display

Outpriced and outperformed by competing machines ; Peripherals are wired

Jun, 2010