Lenovo has introduced a new small-form factor PC it says is its "smallest, quietest and most energy-efficient desktop yet." Dubbed ThinkCentre A61e, the system has a footprint "the size of an average telephone book," and it's outfitted with AMD's latest 45W Athlon 64 X2 and Sempron processors.
To avoid energy waste, the machine features a power supply with an efficiency rating of 85%. And there's more; the ThinkCentre A61e is supposedly made up of as much as 90% recycled or reusable materials, its packaging is 90% recyclable, and Lenovo says it consumes about as much power as three compact fluorescent light bulbs.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre A61 will become available in October from Lenovo's website with a retail price of just $399.
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