Lenovo Essential Desktop Computers Price List in Philippines February 2017
Latest Reviews for Lenovo Essential
Buti na lang at mura lang ito kasi talaga magsisi kayo at ma didisappoint lang sa quality nito, mabagal na processor sa kadahilanang hindi ko ma update yung system nito , sobrang bagal pa magload pag ...Read more
- Rating : 2.4
- Review by Helen Concha
- Date : Feb 15, 2015
Dati ko pa gusto magkaroon ng sariling desktop kahit secondhand okay na at least ikaw may ari, salamat sa lenovo cpu nato sobrang mura na kasi tapos yung processor naka core na so pwede na , Mahigit ...Read more
- Rating : 3.6
- Review by firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date : Feb 6, 2015
Windows 7 starter but the processor is not latest or not updated, but then I still can used usual computer, I can browse any internet site, and of course simple and basic used for computer, My lenovo ...Read more
- Rating : 3.4
- Review by iMkilljoY
- Date : Oct 20, 2014
Latest Topics for Lenovo Essential
naghahanap ako ng desktop na pwdeng makargahan ng malalaking files kasi may Internet business ako kasi ako,gusto ko yung mabilis ang processor.at okay para sa online games...Okay batong lenovo essential desktop nato?Marami rami din kasi ang balak kung ... Read more
- Last updated : Jul 14, 2016
- Posted by LuCkyU
- Replies of This topic : 4 Replies
the pricing and specs is not clear, is the P 14,000 includes Core i3 6Gb 1Tb and Nvidia Gt 620? the deal seems to be to good to be true, as far as ive known, i3 itself is more or less P 11, 000.
- Last updated : Jan 2, 2016
- Posted by Yves
- Replies of This topic : 2 Replies
About Lenovo Essential
Lenovo Desktops are slowly spreading out within reach of home users
Lenovo Desktops are popularly marketed as 'Think Centre' as it represents an extensive lineup of Desktop computers that are made specifically for business purposes. Originally produced by IBM, the desktop segment was acquired by Lenovo in 2005. This series comprises of several mid-high range specification models with additional options such as multi-monitor support and discrete graphics card settings. In the Philippines, the desktop series is relatively lesser known as it is mostly used by corporations for professional purposes. As far as home use goes, there are not many takers as the Filipino market is already flooded with a myriad of cheap yet commendable options.
Features of Lenovo Desktops
Taking technical innovations above and beyond, the desktop segment is further categorized into different segments to simplify specifications and price ranges. Some of the popular models that have recently made their mark in Philippines are:
Lenovo Horizon: This model is a multimode Table PC that serves both as a family device as well as business computing tool. It offers 2.0 GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB HDD, 8 GB SSD, NVIDIA GT745A 2 GB graphics and other exciting features. There is also a 720P MIC camera, 2x USB 3.0 ports and HDMI-in. This all-in-one multimedia PC can run games, movies and resource intensive software with utmost ease.
Lenovo A Series: This series consists of four models each with their set of similarities and differences. Some common features you get are Intel 3rd/4th Generation core i7 processor, up to 8 GB DDR3 RAM, NVIDIA GeForce graphics, full HD displays, and choice in 512 GB/ 1 TB HDD. All the models will come loaded with Windows 8.1. The models under A series are specifically built for home and business use.
Reasons for popularity in the Philippines
Lenovo Desktops are sparsely popular due to their large than life price tag, making them out of reach from most casual users. While you may be thinking of buying one for yourself, do not forget about a myriad of other options available to you in the assembled section. Keeping price aside, Think Centre desktops are popular because of their stellar performance, solid reliability and top-notch after sales service that is said to be the best in the Philippines.
Steering away from Lenovo Desktops, the company recently revealed its two most awaited laptops going by the name of Yoga 300 and Yoga 500. These next-gen laptops are brewing up a storm in many South East Asian countries.