Last year at CES, Lenovo debuted a one-inch thick all-in-one that was the slimmest in the world at the time. It was a fatty compared to this year's 18.5mm-deep IdeaCentre A300.
While Lenovo was busy carving out a super-skinny niche for themselves with the A300, they didn't forget to pack in some decent specs too: up to a Core 2 duo processor, a 21.5" full HD (1920x1080) widescreen LED display, up to 4GB DDR3 RAM and 500GB HDD storage, and HDMI in (which is something last year's IdeaCentre 600 sorely lacked). The A300 will be available in February starting at $600, but expect to dole out a chunk more for optional add-ons like an optical drive and integrated TV tuner.
Other additions coming to the IdeaCentre line-up in February include the C310, Lenovo's first multitouch all-in-one, and the K320, a high-performance gaming desktop. The C310 features an Atom 330 processor, a 20" screen, and up to 640GB HDD storage starting at $650, while the K320 can be customized up to an Intel i7 processor, DirectX 11 graphics, and up to 1TB of storage with prices ranging from $600 to $2000 for a fully tricked-out rig.