Our review model Lenovo C325 came with an AMD E-450 processor, which explains the system’s performance scores – though the dual-core E-450 packs decent integrated HD graphics, this processor is designed for small laptops and netbooks. The C325 also has 4GB of RAM, 500GB of hard-drive space, and built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and it runs the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium.
Housed in an all-metal chassis, the Lenovo C325 sports a matte 20-inch screen with a slim, shiny black bezel. A 0.3-megapixel webcam is located at the top center, and Lenovo’s logo sits at the bottom center. The power button occupies the right side, while screen/volume adjustment buttons and a screen-off button reside on the left. Slightly curved silver speakers jut out from underneath the bottom portion of the bezel, and the entire system sits on a sturdy, tiltable stand.
On the left side of the system, directly behind the screen, are a few convenience ports: a multiformat card reader, two USB 2.0 ports, and microphone and headphone jacks. The right side of the AIO houses the tray-loading DVD-RW drive. The rest of the ports – four USB 2.0 ports, one gigabit ethernet connection, and a lock slot – are on the back of the machine, easily accessible in the lower-left corner. Nothing too fancy, but since this is a budget AIO with a netbook processor, it’ll do.