Lenovo introduced a few new computers today, most interesting among them (visually, at least) being the B500 all-in-one with a crazy angular design. But they've also got their first Core i7 notebook and a pretty nice-looking ultraportable.
Lenovo is fleshing out their all-in-one lineup (which already includes the cheaper C100) with the terrifyingly angular IdeaCentre B500. It's got pretty decent specs, if you don't want to wait until the new Intel procs take over. The 23-inch 16x9 B500 offers (at its best and most expensive configuration) up to a Core 2 Quad proc, 4GB memory, a 1TB hard drive, DVD or Blu-ray, and an optional TV tuner with remote, in case you want to turn it into a media center.