Lenovo Ideacentre 510s Review – A Borderless Beauty



One look at the Lenovo Ideacentre 510s and you would think of it as an ordinary monitor that you would purchase for your desktop computer. Well, it’s that, except this is the desktop computer. Many are confounded as to how Lenovo was able to cram a full-on personal computer into what looks like an ordinary monitor. This is the company’s sleekest, and perhaps its most compact all-in-one computer to-date. It has razor-thin edges surrounding the panel, and there is also a borderless 23-inch display which does make it quite easy to focus on work or marvel at whatever movie it is that you’re watching. But it is not perfect as its razor thin and compact frame means that it does have its own set of shortcomings.

Lenovo Ideacentre 510s Review - A Borderless Beauty

The Lenovo Ideacentre 510s is Not Just a Monitor

Once again, it is quite easy to think that the Lenovo Ideacentre 510s is an ordinary desktop monitor for your computer, and you will be quite enjoyed by the faces that people make when you tell them that it’s the entire package. While the design is far from being the best-looking product from Lenovo’s entire product line, it does have a beautiful virtually bezel-less display that is placed into a strikingly slim silver chassis. This design choice can even give the iMac’s monitor a run for its money. However, this monitor/computer is made out of sturdy plastic, which is clear that the company did cut some corners to reach a reasonable price point.

Those who are wondering if they would have to brush off some things aside on their desks to make more room for the Ideacentre 510s should not worry as it has measurements of 20.5 x 12.8 x 1.6-inches. These figures mean that it is smaller than Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac. Furthermore, it has a thickness of only 0.28-inches at the top of the display, which does make it more like a small monitor. Furthermore, it is fairly lightweight as it only weighs 9.8-pounds.

The Lenovo Ideacentre 510s is powered by an Intel Core i5-6200U processor which is mated to a decent 8GB of RAM. Therefore, it does pack a lot of multi-tasking muscle in its compact frame. You won’t have to deal with crashing or serious slowdowns with this one. With all of these crammed into the device, and with quite the reasonable price point, you would immediately ask yourself, “What kind of sorcery is this?”


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Lenovo Ideacentre 510s Review – A Borderless Beauty
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