Lenovo has a sponsorship deal with the Olympics – and it’s going to make the most of it. The latest tie-in is the Lenovo 3000 desktop PC range, with each model displaying the Lenovo Olympic Games composite logo.
The first batch of models are the silver and black Lenovo 3000 J200, J200p and J205 tower and S200 desktops. The J200p features Intel Core 2 Quad processors, the J200 and S200 desktops come with Intel-based processors and the J205 comes equipped with an AMD-based processor. The desktops also include Gigabit Ethernet, integrated graphics, six USB ports, a chassis intrusion lock, PC lock slot, optional DVD multi-burner along with TPM 1.2 data encryption on select models.
The Lenovo 3000 J200 and J205 desktops start at approximately £246, and £309 respectively, and the S200 desktop starts at approximately £263. The desktops are available now.
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