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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 304 reviews

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    alot for the money

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    i read the reviews and noted that this pc had issues with drivers. so when we opened the package and it malfunctioned after 5 miinutes, i knew it was probably the reviewed issues. a quick call to the tech revealed, you have to be an educated consumer. lenovo wanted to send a service tech to my house the next day -what? on a brand new pc? no way after paying $1200 was i going to keep a defective product. next day, best buy exchanged it easy and that one worked great. this is a nice touch screen for the money. it comes with a cd/dvd writer which other touch screen pcs for the money don't.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome computer

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    I wanted an All-In-One since my desk space is limited, and after doing a lot of research, this computer seemed to be the best one for the sale price with $150 off. In the beginning, I was skeptical after reading all the reviews about the screen not turning on, or certain features not working. Also, I've never bought a Lenovo product before (always bought Apple, HP, or Gateway). In the end, I decided to just dive in. I totally do not regret that decision. It was very easy to setup. I just turned it on, personalized my settings, and started installing my software. The WiFi connection was perfect, the computer is really fast, and the screen is beautiful (4K). The images and videos are sharper and have better contrast than my previous LCD screen. Booting up is also very fast, which I appreciate because sometimes you just want to turn on your computer to do something without waiting 5 minutes to boot up. The best features are the RealSense camera that allows me to login just by recognizing my face (so no password or PIN to log in), touchscreen (yes!), easy access to replace the DVD drive, hard drive or memory when I want to upgrade, and small footprint. In terms of function, I use my computer for surfing the web, streaming videos, and using Microsoft Office and Quicken for my work. I'm not a graphic designer or do music editing, so I use it for the common things. So far, there have been no freezes, glitches, or other problems. Everything runs lightning fast. These were the main reasons for ditching my old computer. The downside is that with the 4K resolution, the letters and icons on the screen are tiny, unless you turn up the magnification. With some older programs, they don't magnify, so it gets really difficult to see the words. With some programs that do magnify, the ratios are off, so the program looks awkward. In these situations, I switch my screen resolution back to 1080p. Otherwise, I'm very happy with this purchase. I would highly recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great casual gaming and family computer

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    Bought this for the kids to do their homework, and when the kids are not around I get to play some games. I tried Tomb Raider 2013 with high graphic setting with very decent framerate. I also played Crysis 2 at high setting and again it computer handled it perfectly. I was surprised that machine stays pretty quiet after an hour of gaming. You can hear the fan, but it's not very loud. The other reviewer talks about the fonts being in different sizes the reason is because the application hasn't been updated to deal with 4K screen size. Windows 10 can deal with it but if the application is not updated the fonts will be very very small. Some fo the worst offenders include Autodesk & Adobe. When the Mac starts rolling out Retina Macbook they have to deal with the same thing too. I haven't had to deal with the tech. support yet but so far I'm extremely happy with this machine.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    The 2d one that worked was great

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    On the first machine I got, the screen died about an hour into the set up process. I plugged in an external monitor (which it's nice that an all in one can have dual monitors) so was able to tell it was the screen. A pain and disappointment, but Best Buy replaced it no questions asked. I left the 2d one with them for a day so they could do burn in / testing to make sure this one wouldn't go. It lasted fine and has for about a month now. So the machine itself. It's swift, the 4k screen is gorgeous. The keyboard keys are a little small, and some oddly placed, but not a biggie. Not as fast as an SSD by far, but the hybrid drive does help boost its performance. Just have Best Buy do the burn in and full diagnostics, or if you can't make two trips, at least have them do the initial set up and test for a few hours. It seems that the screen thing may be a known flaw, and you either have it or don't.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    The second one works

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    My husband bought himself this computer a few weeks ago and thought I'd really like it. I had been using a laptop that is about 5 yrs old and am now doing 3D printing. My 55 y/o eyes were straining so... I got it home, set it up, entered all the set up info, got to the homescreen, explored for about 5 minutes and left to eat dinner. After dinner I wanted to play some more. The screen was dark so I moved the mouse hoping to wake it. It went to a slightly brighter black screen and nothing. We tried to restart it, nothing worked. So we packed it back up and back to Best Buy. The replacement is working well so far. I'm still getting used to Windows 10.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Good but some issues

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    The 4K screen is what sold me. However, it has a lot of glare and not as stunning as you would think for it being 4k display. Also, the video card seems to crash and recover randomly. The system stays on and it recovers well on its own, but it seems to do this regularly nonetheless. Also the keyboard is a very flat, chiclet laptop style keyboard with next to no key travel, resulting in a lot of typing errors. I do not care for this type of keyboard. Otherwise, the performance is pretty snappy with no lag and Windows 10 is a huge improvement over 8.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy to Hook Up Computer

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    This is an all in one computer which made it a lot easier to get hooked up. Way less cords, which was a blessing. Beautiful bright, crisp colors on the monitor. I am still getting used to Windows 10 and have more to learn. The facial recognition feature is great, or you can use a PIN to sign on. I am having a problem with my printer, or computer one. When I tried to print my tax forms after efiling, it printed the tax forms, but none of my information was on the form, which I don't understand. I need to get in touch with the Geek Squad, since I also keep getting a pop up message saying that the "Display driver failed to work but was recovered, and something about the graphics. The message disappears before I can read all of it. So far, I'm not quite convinced whether this is going to be a good computer or not. Something else that has been a problem is on multiple choice forms, the selection boxes, or circles, do not show up, so it is sort of hard to check my choices. I won't recommend this computer until I see whether it's something wrong with it or whether it's just me, which I don't think it is the later.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    An excellent, dependable machine

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    I've been using it daily for around a month, and so far, it's proven itself to be quite a workhorse. I am a desktop publisher, compiling publications that heavily rely on graphics tools. I also edit video and images. The included software isn't great for these purposes, but I installed software I already had and have encountered no issues whatsoever. The camera and the sound system are excellent. It set up on my network router with no problems. It was literally plug-and-play! Additionally, the compact footprint is a huge plus. My previous desktop computer sat on top of file storage containers and was taking up a huge amount of space. Getting everything into such a small space is outstanding.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful All in one

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    I've had good luck with lenovo machines at work and was a big fan of the IBM in years past - this AIO didn't disappoint.I5 processor with discrete graphics and easily upgraded RAM - not bad for the price. The hybrid drive is plenty fast though I would have preferred a solid state drive. The screen is large and impressive - clear picture and responsive touch. Windows 10 works well although there have been a couple instances where updates have caused an issue here and there. I have to say I appreciate how much less congested my desk is with so many less cords (room for more papers)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing, with several disclaimers

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    This is my 4th system purchased in the past month and all 4 are phenomenal. Speed, touchscreen, tons of ports, cd drive, slim enough, bright display..what's not to love. We are delighted with the computer. HOWEVER, there are some things you have to write off the day you buy it. (1) toss the keyboard. The key layout is not good. But better keyboards are cheap. (2) the screen is glossy so expect some reflection. If that is a problem in your room, get the 3M glare-free screen protector for touchscreens. (3) if you get an older model, there was some bug that kept the screen from coming on after the initial windows update. We got through it, but you might want to jsut walk it back into best buy and swapped it out for a different

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent view, great software, easy setup

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    The Lenova AiO (All in One) 700 has many advantages over similar a-i-o's: the big selling point for me was the sound system (JBL) and the built in DVD drive (many others require using a usb port for an outboard drive, which also takes up more deskspace.) The monitor is bright and easy to see, with lots of real estate for spreadsheets and facing pages of documents. Setup was easy, right out of the box, though the recent Windows 10 update added a bit of time to the process. Keyboard is small but has a good solid feel to it, and being wireless makes it easy to put where you want it. All in all, a very good value and a quality product. This is actually the second AIO 700 in my household. So that is probably the best tesimony.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    excellent

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    went into look at tablets, but I was immediately struck by the beautiful clear picture on the screen. It's turns out the comp is extra fast and easy to use....love the touch screen.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best deal for a powerful feature rich all-in-one

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    After an exhaustive search for a mid to high end all-in-one PC, this one offered the most for the money. Unfortunately, I immediately had a problem with the graphics driver stopping. It would stop and immediately recover several times a day. I searched the Web for solution and was about to give up and return the PC when I finally found a solution. Evidently, this PC has Intel and Geforce graphics chipsets. The issue is with the Intel graphics driver. Intel is addressing the problem and they have a beta driver available now. Upon installing the beta driver all is perfect and I am more than pleased with my purchase. The 4K monitor is amazing.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great purchase

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    I absolutely love it, the display is gorgeous! I had the issue with the fonts, but fixed it right away with the patch from Lenovo that was posted in a previous review, and the resolution was fixed before I even restarted the PC. Games look great on it, though most will be played in 1080p, which is actually not bad, and the gpu is good enough to run some decent games like grid autosport (which came for free with my purchase) and fifa 16, which run smoothly even at 4K, though not with the best graphics settings. I also use Photoshop and Lightroom on it, and it is a great experience, details can be seen without even zooming and there is more than enough space to work in Lr. Besides, the price is amazing compared to other machines with this kind of specs, with the same performance, given the presence of Windows 10(and which don't have a touchscreen, yes i'm talking about the iMac)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Computer

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    This is my first desktop computer purchase in a long time, and it is actually pretty great. The touch screen seems cool, but I don't know how often I'll use it considering I have a keyboard & mouse at my finger tips. The only thing I do not like about this computer is all the Lenovo pre bundled software upon start up. I spent about an hour removing it all. I understand the importance of making sure all the drivers work and having software to update the drivers in case something happens, but it seems like every computer company is trying to create & sell their own cloud service.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Intriguing product. Appalling support.

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    I work primarily on Mac (primarily Final Cut Pro X) and use a Macbook Pro. I had a 2009 27" iMac that I accidentally wrecked during a botched HD replacement after the original drive died. This looked like a great media center and hub to sync and store family photos. The inclusion of one of the few graphics card with hardware HEVC encoding cinched the deal, as I do a lot of 4K production, making this an ideal machine for testing the 4K HEVC files. For this reason, I'm also not buying any Macs until HEVC support is included as the gains in GPU encoding of HEVC are huge. The unit seems well built. One major-ish complaint is that font rendering is abysmal with this combo of Windows, graphics card and displayl. I'd say that it looks like it was painted by a drunken sign painter, but that's an insult to drunken sign painters everywhere. Coming from a Mac, it's very jarring. ClearType does not help. It seems to smudge things a bit, but thicknesses of each letter vary. It's really weird that Windows can't render fonts well when free Ubuntu looks as good as OS X. The built in Lenovo problem detector found a video card error and directed me to Lenovo support. I've been going in circles for almost an hour. There is no way to submit a ticket and no way to contact a live person. So, this is a pretty bad first impression. I should note that I have not experienced any real-world errors with the device. At the current time, I would not recommend this device. If the problem is resolved, I'd be happy to update my review.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Highest Quality and Top Features

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    This AIO has superior resolution to others. Some reviews spoke about a text problem, however you can improve the text via going to settings, display, advanced and 'cleartype text' and follow the steps. Also has 3D display capability which is good for future needs for me. Sound is nice with Jensen speakers. Touch screen is great. WIFI is super and has both 2.4 and 5 GHz ranges with Wireless AC. Very quiet fan. Lenovo support has regressed but is do-able I asked a simple question and the tech had no idea, also the website seems broken in the support area; glad I got Geek Squad. But this AIO is one great machine. price is very reasonable for what you get. Love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Overall I have very few complaints.

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    The computer, itself, seems to be no better or worse than other ones in this class. Had to return the original computer and get a replacement because the APPS wouldn't work properly. Hate the keyboard that came with the computer...about 2/3 the size of my old one, harder to fine DELETE, etc. I think my main complaint is with Windows 10. The more they change things, the more they screw them up. Have had more than a few shutdowns for no reason, web sites not working, etc. Would rather have stayed with Windows 7. Geek Squad was EXCELLENT.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo IdeaCentre 700-24 All-In-One system. We are pleased to know that you selected the IdeaCentre 700-24 AIO for your computing needs. lenovo

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Love it!

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    After returning a couple Dell machines for various reasons, I decided to try this one out. This one is a keeper. I got a Geek Squad certified opened box for even more savings. The build is solid. The 4K screen is gorgeous. I immediately replaced the hybrid drive with a SSD and reloaded Win10. The machine runs really fast. Fan is quiet. It is Energy Star compliant. Normal web surfing/Netflix draws about 50 - 60 watts of electricity. When playing games, it runs a little warm as expected. It draws around 100 - 110 Watt when I play Grid2. The IntelRealSense camera works with Windows Hello, so it scans my face to log in. I also downloaded a free game Lego Portal Racers from Intel website, which utilizes the 3D camera. You use your head to move left/right, hands to pick up studs. It is a kid's game but fun for adults too. There is also a Master key in one of the documents for you to download some free software. I downloaded Grid2 (a racing game) and Paint Shop Pro x7. Although it says the redeem code expires on 4/30/2016, The master key code still works for me in May. There are also Lenovo official videos on the web to show you how to upgrade RAM, HD and even CPU. Just google "aio 700 service training show case". I will enjoy this AIO for years to come.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best All-in-one I have tried!

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    I looked for over 1.5 years for a great all-in -one computer ....I am so glad that I waited for this Lenovo. The screen resolution, brightness,color correctness, and sensitive , responsive touch screen are fanastic. I also prefer that it has Windows 10 loaded onto it, instead of the Windows 8 that the prior options I viewed had. I have had this computer for almost a month, and am so far totally satisfied. I intend to use it for our business to show customers product, and create on-line -ads, etc. So...hoping it continues to prove easy to adjust to. I am used to using XP and Windows 7...10 is a little different, but so far ok!

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thank you for choosing Lenovo. We are pleased that the IdeaCentre is working so well for you. lenovo

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