Lenovo’s Ideacentre 610S combines a PC and a projector

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ideacentre 610S with Optional Wireless Projector

Lenovo is liking the idea of adding projectors into their products, we see it yesterday with the new ThinkPad X1 Tablet and with the Yoga tablets. This time around Lenovo is combining a PC and a projector, introducing the Ideacentre 610S. This a personal computer that is geared for family entertainment and it is the first compact home PC to come with a wireless projector.

The Ideacentre 610S is certainly a unique computer and it has the specifications we would normally see for a family oriented machine. It is running Windows 10 Home and has the power of a full desktop PC. It is powered by up too a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor with up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM, plus you can get up to 2TB of storage. To ensure a great picture quality with the  projector it can have up too an NVIDIA GTX 750Ti 2GB GDDR5 graphics card.

It has an interesting triangular design with a metallic body finish, it looks pretty nice and could easily fit in to almost any room. The projector itself is both optional and removable, but it does fit right on top of the 610S. It can project up too 110-inches and will work on any wall. It is a TI Micro Projector with 720p resolution and features a 60GHz Wireless connectivity, and a Texas Instrument DLP Chipset. The projector even has 2watt speaker built inside plus an HDMI port, a USB 2.0 port, and a bit-in tripod.

Lenovo’s Ideacentre 610S will start at $849 with the optional projector in June of 2016.

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Optional Wireless Projector on ideacentre 610S

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