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Lenovo IdeaCentre H215 Refurbished Desktop

Lenovo IdeaCentre H215 Refurbished Desktop
alaAverage 4.7

6 reviews

Apr, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Lenovo IdeaCentre H215 Refurbished Desktop. The average rating for this product is 4.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People are impressed by the reliability. The price is also appreciated.

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On average, users rate this product 93/100.

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Great computer for the price.


Windows 7 hardware rating of 5.2, not bad for a budget system. Dropped in a 512mb Geforce 9500GT and an additional 2GB of DDR3 memory and the rating jumped to 6.0, which should be more than adequate for my mom. Still, I'm thinking of upgrading the...

Got one for my mom, to replace an aging HP with a Prescott Celeron-D. Even with Windows 7 vs. XP, the speed difference was noticeable. A 16x PCIe slot makes it easy to drop in a video card, and the system supports dual channel DDR3. This is a great...

Power supply is weak. Really weak. The Newegg advisor recommends a 250W or higher rated PSU for an Athlon II X2 DDR3 system, but this ships with a 180W

Feb, 2011

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hard to beat price


The old PC was getting long in the tooth, and I was going to build a new PC like I had before. I started pricing out kits and parts, but found it hard to beat this price for what I wanted to do. My wife really likes the memory card reader on the front...

Surprisingly good for such a low price. Great for sundry computing tasks like email, web browsing, music, photos, and backing up cell phones. Had almost all the connections I wanted or needed (USB, memory cards, etc.)

Windows 7 Home doesn't have all the control features a power user may want. Had to manually edit registry settings to use with a Linux Samba server. As previously mentioned, the power supply is laughably weak, but I will at least use it until it fails

Feb, 2011

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Very nice


Great deal.

Got this for my mother-in-law. Paired it with an ASUS 27" monitor (via HDMI), plus some decent speakers. Works great for YouTube and Netflix Instant Watch. Boots really fast! Not a lot of bloat-ware to remove

Power supply is weak, so I would be concerned about adding a graphics card

Jan, 2011

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Excellent home PC


I tried and could not build a machine this reasonably priced. Newegg shipping was excellent as always.

Great bang for the buck. Exactly what we needed to replace an aging home PC. Lenovo has NOT loaded the machine down with bloat-ware, thank you Lenovo. Open RAM slot if you want to upgrade

None so far

Dec, 2010

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Nice inexpensive computer


Now I need to get another spare power supply.

Seems like a quite capable inexpensive computer

Cheapo Lite-On 180W power supply was D.O.A. - I put in a 400 watt Corsair I had in the closet and it runs fine - that'll cost it an egg

Dec, 2010

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Great little PC


The AMD 250 is a work horse, for the price and value I would rather use them over the i3s and i5s any day!

I have sold a ton of these to my business clients and they work great! To give my clients the best longevity and reliability I always replace the power supply with a Seasonic 350W

The power supplies that come with it are not of great quality

Nov, 2010