Lenovo's Sleek 510s All-in-One Takes Aim at iMacs

LAS VEGAS — If you mistook Lenovo's new Ideacentre 510S all-in-one for a monitor or small TV, we wouldn't blame you. The company's latest all-in-one desktop is its sleekest yet, with a few neat features to complement its striking, practically borderless design. Look for it in June, starting at $699.

The 510S's shiny aluminum aesthetic rivals Apple's iMac in the looks department, housing a crisp 23-inch, 1080p touch display within a barely-there 7.2-millimeter bezel. The display looked impressive up close, offering rich colors and preserving the finer details of a photo of someone running along a beach.

The PC packs a clever hide-away port section below the display, allowing you to access its webcam, microphones and two USB 3.0 ports without having to reach around the back of the PC. 

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To pop this section out, all I had to do was apply some pressure to it; putting it away was just as easy. While it might seem odd for an all-in-one to have its webcam below the display, I didn't mind the trade-off in favor of the 510S' extra sleekness. I especially appreciated being able to pull up some USB ports in the front — far too many all-in-ones force you to reach around to the back to plug stuff in.

Even with such a svelte frame, the 510S can be outfitted with some pretty powerful components. The all-in-one allows for up to the latest 6th-gen Intel Core i7 CPUs, an Nvidia GT930A graphics card and as much as 1TB of storage with a 256GB SSD.

Overall, those looking for an attractive, entertainment-friendly all-in-one should find plenty to like about the 510S, especially at its inviting starting price of $699. We look forward to seeing how it holds up during day-to-day use when it launches this summer.