Bottomline: Overall, the A70z isn't very impressive with its specifications, but does provide enough to satisfy the needs of an average user.
Lenovo has launched their all in one PCs, with no separate CPU box and monitor, which is compact and also conserves electricity. Lenovo A70z includes a 19" Matte finish LCD display with a maximum resolution of 1400x900 pixels and is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 processor.
It comes with 2GB RAM which can be extended upto 4GB, and has 320GB hard disk and Windows 7 Professional 32-bit preinstalled. The display tilt is adjustable by the stand at the back and it offers very good viewing angles.
This machine comes with an integrated 1.3MP webcam of average clarity, 6 USB 2.0 ports (3 on the right and 3 behind the screen), DVD writer and Ethernet port. However, the machine lacks dedicated graphic card, VGA port, D-sub and Memory card slot. The A70z supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n which provides seamless connectivity for a clean work space without a cable. The keyboard and mouse are same as traditional desktop systems. However, users have choice between wired and wireless keyboard/mouse.
Talking about the performance, it scored 4282 in PCMark vantage and 849 in 3D Mark06. The scores reflect that A70z is good for business applications but is not meant for graphics intensive applications like gaming.