Lenovo B750 Review: Beautiful Display and features that wow

Lenovo B750-1 The B750 is currently the most advanced AIO (All in One) offered by Lenovo and at 29 inches, diagonally, this is the largest AIO we’ve reviewed at Booredatwork, to date. In addition to its size, the system specs also makes this product a stand out device. The configuration on the device we received includes the following specs:

Processor: 4th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 processor

Operating System: Windows 8

Graphics Chip: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX760A 1GB discrete graphics

Storage: 1 TB HDD


Display: 29″ Full HD (2560 x 1080) 21:9 display supporting IPS wide-view technology

Camera: Integrated 720p HD Camera


The discrete NVidia graphics chip GTX 760A when combined with the processor and RAM delivers a decent gaming experience. While it wouldn’t deliver the best performance and graphics quality at its max resolution, the B750 still delivers an amazingly stable performance at lower resolutions. What you wouldn’t find on this device is a touch interface, yes that’s right, this beautiful IPS display that screams touch me, isn’t equipped with a sensor for touch navigation. And the truth is that I found myself missing this feature which has been on so many other AIO we’ve tested from Lenovo.  Weighing in at 35.2 lbs., this device is designed to be stationary for extended periods. All in all, if you are looking for a great all around AIO PC which wouldn’t be slowed down by most tasks you throw at it, while still giving you the option to easily upgrade the system, you can’t go wrong with the Lenovo B750. For more details on pricing and features please visit the Lenovo site at Lenovo.com.