Find one at Lenovo – http://lon.tv/g7wfb (not an affiliate link). The Lenovo AIO 910 is a refresh of a similar device from last year with a discrete GPU. It folds down similar to the Microsoft Surface Studio. See the Y910 review here: http://lon.tv/krqe0 and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s
00:56 – Hardware overview
01:33 – Folding down the display
05:31 – Web browsing and YouTube / video performance
06:50 – Microsoft Word / Office test
07:19 – Gaming: Minecraft
07:53 – Gaming: Rocket League
08:22 – Gaming: Counterstrike: GO
09:44 – Kodi – HEVC and Blu Ray MKV
10:37 – Intel RealSense camera discussion
11:39 – Conclusion and final thoughts
This one to some degree is eclipsed by Lenovo’s own Y910 all in one that performs better and is more upgradeable. This one has the advantage of allowing its 27 inch display to fold flat to a desk.
The machine is equipped with the latest sixth generation Intel processors and 16 gigs of DDR4 RAM. Oddly the RAM is configured in single channel mode which hinders its benchmark performance.
While the display is 4k, it’s very reflective and a bit cloudy due to all of the touch screen hardware built into it. There’s also a sizable air gap between the display and front glass.
All in it’s not bad, but Lenovo makes better all in one hardware.
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