Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 71z all-in-one PC
ThinkCentre Edge 71z: An all-in-one PC with a 20in screen and Intel Core i5 processing
Lenovo's ThinkCentre Edge 71z offers mainstream styling and is suitable for anyone who wants a smart-looking, neat and easy to set up PC for the home or office.
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|Graphics card type||Integrated|
|Optical media supported||CD, DVD|
|CPU type||Intel Core i5|
|Processor type||Intel Core i5-2400S|
|Operating system||Windows 7 Professional|
|Hard drive interface||SATA|
|Hard drive type||Hard drive|
|Supported memory media||SD|
|Webcam resolution (megapixels)||0.3|
|Number of USB 2.0 ports||6|
|Wired Terminals / Ports||3.5mm headphone jack, Gigabit Ethernet, Serial, USB 2.0|
|Wi-Fi (wireless networking)||Yes|
|Wireless technology supported||Wireless 802.11b, Wireless 802.11g, Wireless 802.11n|
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