Lenovo IdeaCentre 510A Review

Economy PCs have their place, as plenty of consumers just want a simple, affordable home computer for basic needs. The Lenovo IdeaCentre 510A ($499 as tested) fits the bill, an unassuming budget desktop with modest components at a low price. There are no major flaws, but relative to similarly priced competition, the IdeaCentre doesn’t have anything special going for it from a build-quality point of view, and its AMD-powered performance, in certain measures, lags behind Intel-alternative chips in some comparable budget systems. (The modestly better graphics performance, though, does carry some light appeal.) The Acer Aspire TC-885-UA92, which we’re reviewing alongside it, is just $50 more with a superior CPU, more RAM, and more storage, making it our current top recommendation in this category.

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