The H520 is a pure commodity PC, albeit in an attractive case. I’ve asked Lenovo for some better pictures, which I’ll post as soon as I have them.
From the spec sheet, at least, this system actually offers one surprise. Again pre-empting Nvidia’s own announcements, for this system Lenovo provides details of a heretofore unannounced 2GB GeForce GTX 630 graphics card option.
Otherwise the configuration options look standard. Intel Core CPU options go up to the i7 family, although exactly what generation of the Core i7 Lenovo has in mind is unclear. Given the June release schedule, I’d bet Ivy Bridge. The starting price for the base model will be $499 when the H520 makes its debut.
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