Lenovo introduced two new Olympic Games-inspired PCs to its Lenovo 3000 desktop line.
The new silver and black Lenovo 3000 J200 and J205 tower desktops are the first Lenovo PCs to be distributed worldwide displaying the Lenovo Olympic Games composite logo, which features the brand name and the Olympic Rings, in support of the company’s worldwide sponsorship of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
The introduction of the desktops coincides with the one-year-out countdown to the Olympic Games which starts in August 2008. As part of its worldwide sponsorship, Lenovo is the exclusive computing equipment supplier for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Virtually every aspect of the management of the Games, from gathering and storing participant data to displaying the scores to organizing all activities of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games, depends on the hardware provided by Lenovo.
The Lenovo 3000 J200 desktops come equipped with Intel-based processors, while the Lenovo 3000 J205 desktops feature AMD-based processors. The desktops also include Gigabit Ethernet, integrated graphics, six USB ports, a chassis intrusion lock and PC lock slot. Additionally, the desktops feature optional 9-in-1 media bay and DVD multiburner along with TPM 1.2 data encryption on select models.
Lenovo’s suite of productivity tools, Lenovo Care Tools, helps the SMB users to manage the PC easily with automatic updates, one button system recovery and password management, giving an unparalleled value for the computing performance.
The Lenovo 3000 J200 and J205 start at approximately $399 and $449, respectively. The desktops will be available in August through Lenovo Business Partners and online.