Tuesday, August 18th 2009

Lenovo Unveils New IdeaCentre Home Server and Nettops

Lenovo for the first time, unveiled three of its upcoming products on Twitter. The three were presented in two twits. Slated for a formal announcement soon, are the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q100 and Q110 nettops, which LenovoPress (company PR staff) finds to be some of the thinnest nettops in the market. It packs just about enough power for everyday computing such as internet browsing, office and productivity. The two model number could denote different processors. The usual suspects are Atom N270 1.60 GHz single-core, and Z520 dual-core.

Next up is the IdeaCentre D400 home server. With its cubical design, the D400 looks big, but we don't expect it to be much larger than a 6-bay cubical NAS server. Expected to be under the hood are fairly mainstream components, and possibly a Windows Home Sever license, but we expect more details to emerge upon a formal announcement.

Sources: Twitter 1, 2
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3 Comments on Lenovo Unveils New IdeaCentre Home Server and Nettops

Looks like a "cloud computing" setup very nearly.
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I like that server ^^
Maybe I will get one of that, or maybe I build my custom mini-NAS-server
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the second pic remindes me a subwoofer box:p
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