the B750, which has a 29-inch screen is big and nimble. The IdeaCenter I bought at a local computer store chain was its display model, so I was able to negotiate a 10-plus percent discount on the unit. I paid about $1000 for my system and so far it’s been the best All in One desktop i’ve ever owned or used.
Despite this machine’s massive screen, it’s a nice fit on my desk. The system case measures 29 by about 16 inches and it’s base is 23 inches long by 12 inches deep. At almost 42 pounds, the B750 isn’t a featherweight desktop. I advise anyone looking at this machine to make sure they have a roomy well constructed desk or work surface.
I really like this All-in-Ones design. virtually all of its controls and two of its USB ports are located where they can be easily reached. Moreover, the optical Disk Drive is located in the upper right side of the system case.
Despite this computer's weight and physical size, the B750 is easily adjusted to fit the individual viewing requirements of most users
Two other design elements I like include positioning its memory card reader on the opposite side of the system case. Twice in the last year, young computer users I’ve let use my old B720 IdeaCentre have put memory cards into the open slot of that machine’s optical disk drive.
The b750 makes it easy to add memory or access internal parts
This machine plugs directly into the wall, so office clutter caused by power bricks are eliminated.
One of the biggest surprises in the design of the B750 is an access panel that makes it easy to add additional memory, or make repairs
My B750 IdeaCentre has a first rate configuration: a 3.1 GHz II5 4440 processor, 6GB of DDR memory and a one Terabyte hard disk drive. This AIO isn’t touch interface enabled, and it’s operating system is Windows 8.1
It’s other accoutrements --BLu Ray read write optical drive, 802.11 g wireless are standard in virtually all of today’s AIO desktops HDMI out and four USB3.0 ports, two
USB 2.0 points on the left side of the system case plus audio in and out
What I like about my b750 ideaCentre AIO is simple Lenovo has done much more than try to transform a portable computer’ into a fire breathing desktop. On a component level, the b750 is much more than the sum of its parts. it’s 1TB drive has more than enough storage space for college students, home users or amature videographers. One of the first things you notice about the B750 is its zippy boot up-- make partly possible by its built in 8GB of SSD. But what really pushes the B750 to the top of my list is its graphics subsystem, which has enough raw horsepower to make watching movies, or other forms of video- based entertainment a big screen desktop experience.
Something else Lenovo has done with its B750 is to integrate JBL speakers on the bottom panel of the front of this machine. In combination with its Dolby audio subsystem this All In One's voice than can fill a home office, college dorm room or apartment with theater like sound.
The 29-inch 2560 by 1080 pixel display on this AIO is one of the sharpest i’ve ever seen on any computer I’ve tested. there’s enough screen real estate and video horsepower to have multiple windows simultaneously open.The overall performance of this system is among the best i’ve ever tested.It’s video performance is greatly enhanced by NVidia GForce graphics controller.
The only problem I’ve encountered with the B750 is the new keyboard that’s supplied with this and all new Lenovo Desktops. (it’s slightly smaller than most full size keyboards. but to be honest, my hitting the wrong keys in the lower right hand quadrant of the keyboard could be because of my large hands ( I wear a size 17 men’s ring).
I recommend Lenovo’s b750 to anyone who wants a high performance desktop or needs to keep two or more screens simultaneously open. It’s built like a tank and like most Lenovo systems it comes with help software that really works. This All in One is pricey an there are several members of this family. my advice if you’re in the market for a new desktop is buy a B750 IdeaCentre.