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Lenovo IdeaCentre 3 DesktopMD Radeon Graphics, 4GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth, HDMI, 8 USB Ports, Windows 10, 90NT0000US, Silver

Price:PKR. 91,680.00 /

Asin: B089N6C6W2
Product weight: 10.98 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 11.26 x 10.63 x 7.87 inches
Cost Break Down

The Lenovo IdeaCentre 3 is a compact Windows desktop tower, designed in a sleek silver chassis that fits and looks great anywhere in your home. It has the powerful performance of an AMD Mobile Processor with Radeon Graphics, plus plenty of memory, storage, and ports for your everyday computing needs. With only a 7-liter volume, this slim desktop PC is both space-saving and stylish. Quick and powerful, the IdeaCenter 3 computer is ready to handle any task. The Athlon 3050U mobile processor is incredibly responsive and great at multitasking, keeping up when you run multiple applications at the same time. Plus, with 256GB SSD storage, there's plenty of space for photos, music, and more. Stay plugged in with ease with this desktop computer's six USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.1 ports – four in front for convenient access – HDMI , RJ45 (Ethernet), a 7-in-1 card reader, and audio jacks. A Bluetooth 4.0 Combo with WiFi card will keep you connected.

Standing screen display size
2.3 GHz athlon
Memory Speed
2400 MHz
Hard Drive
256 GB Flash Memory Solid State
Graphics Coprocessor
AMD Radeon
Chipset Brand
Card Description
Graphics Card Ram Size
1 GB
Wireless Type
Bluetooth, 802.11ac
Number of USB 2.0 Ports
Number of USB 3.0 Ports
IdeaCentre 3
Item model number
Hardware Platform
Operating System
Windows 10
Item Weight
10.98 pounds
Product Dimensions
11.26 x 10.63 x 7.87 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH
11.26 x 10.63 x 7.87 inches
Processor Brand
Processor Count
Computer Memory Type
Flash Memory Size
Hard Drive Interface
Serial ATA
Hard Drive Rotational Speed
7200 RPM
Optical Drive Type
100240 Volts
Date First Available
July 13, 2020
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2020

Review:This is my in-depth review for the: Lenovo IdeaCentre 3 Desktop Tower, AMD Athlon Silver 3050U Processor, AMD Radeon Graphics If you prefer a quicker summary, go straight to the summary section. Description: This is a very compact PC; about 11"X 4"X 12". It includes a very basic keyboard and mouse. It has a total of 8 USB ports, split evenly to the front and back (4 and 4). Video output comes from a VGA output and an HDMI. It has a microphone and headset jack in the front, none in the back. It also has native bluetooth and WiFi plus a LAN port for wired connection. Appearance wise, it is very simplistic, with straight lines and a silver / black color palette. Performance: The best attribute for this PC is its solid state hard drive. It is an M2 NVME drive that delivered. The sequential 8Q1T read averaged about 2160 MBps making it top tier for moving quickly within large files, like a Ultra High Definition movie. The Random Read memory was no slouch either averaging about 42 MBps, helping it boot up in about 16 seconds flat and loading programs quickly, to give a few real world examples. Considering the integrated graphics, the display is also pretty decent. Tested with dual monitors and was able to reach 3840x2160 @30Hz for the HDMI while running a secondary monitor on the VGA at 1680x1050 @60Hz (VGA). Movies ran smoothly, no issues there. Web browsing was also very smooth, further confirmed by a 460 basemark score using Chrome. This PC's biggest weakness, in my opinion, was its RAM. After powering it for the first time, I opened the task manager performance tools to see the RAM being 79% utilized with the startup programs, a single tab of internet explorer and a folder opened. Related to this another negative was how much software was preloaded by Lenovo; mostly stuff that I will never use. I will probably do a clean Windows install after adding an HDD for storage, so no issue for me but be aware. After the real world test, I ran a PCMark 10 benchmark. I was not surprised that for the digital content creation my score was pretty low. However, the scores for the essentials and productivity suites were pretty good. This just confirmed what I saw in the real world. For spreadsheets, web browsing and watching movies this is a great computer. For video editing and 3d rendering, not so much. Upgradability: You have two Dims for RAM that supports up to 16GBs. You would have to waste the 4Gbs that you already have to do so but that is an option. There is no PCI express port, thus upgrading the video card is not really an option. The motherboard supports one more extra SATA connection, and the cage can easily fit a 2.5 or 3.5 drive. The power supply is an external brick and the cooling consists of a single heatsink with fan. There is no space to upgrade the cooling but there is no real need to do so as even running the most intensive of the benchmarks, the PC had no issues. Peripherals: The keyboard and mouse are basic but appear to be well constructed. The keyboard is small but functional and the keys are not too loud. The bluetooth and WiFi modules work really well. I did not try the optical drive as it appears that I don't have any optical media anymore. Bang for your Buck: At the time of writing this review the pricing was unavailable. However, from experience, I think this PC would be priced fairly between $339.00 and $399.00. Higher than that, would not be worth it, lower than that it would be a really good deal. The most important thing value wise is going to be what do you want it for. For web browsing, as a media center/ server or working from home doing spreadsheets and Zoom meetings, this one works. For anything heavier than that, not really. Summary Positives: - Compact in size. - High Performing SSD. - Dual monitors support with the HDMI output being able to run a 4K display @ 30 Hz. - Great performance for commonly used applications like web browsers, video playback and spreadsheets. - RAM and Hard drive upgradability. Negatives: - 4Gb of RAM is simply not enough in this day and age. - There is a lot of preloaded software, out of the box. - Adding a light and cheap motherboard powered video card is not an option. Other thoughts: At the end of the day, it will come down to what will the PC be used for and how much is going to cost. For light to medium office work or maybe as a server or cheap media center, this one will do the trick. If priced below $339, this one is a no brainer. If priced above $400, I would see what else is in the market. Read more

John M
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2020

Review:I'm attending ASU Online (everything's online rn - let's be honest). I had tried to use an iPad Pro 2020 edition with the magic keyboard for my classes, and quickly realized that wasn't going to fit my particular needs. I love my iPad, but that's a different use case. Once I figured out the iPad Pro wouldn't do the trick, I ordered this Lenovo machine and a Dell Optiplex 7010. I was more excited about the Dell Optiplex 7010, but it would take longer to get to me and I needed a computer now. When the Lenovo came in, I quickly set it up (about 30 minutes total) and got started with classes. It just worked right away. I was able to connect to Wifi, webcam, my bluetooth mouse, my bluetooth sound system, my dual monitor setup. Everything was plug & play. However, I was like just wait until I get my Dell Optiplex 7010 and that will blow this thing out of the water. I finally got the (very well done) rebuilt Dell machine and I sent the Lenovo off to the kitchen table as I set it up. Well, it doesn't have HDMI. It doesn't have bluetooth. It doesn't have Wifi. It can't do two monitors. There are solutions to all of these things, but I would have to spend (and already spent) $140 to get the Dell Optiplex to do what the Lenovo JUST DOES. And after spending the $140 to jerryrig the Dell, it wouldn't work quite the way I would need. Aspect ratios would be off, the bluetooth would disconnect and need repairing, the Wifi was about 10% of what my internet provides. The Optiplex also has a standard HD, which is constantly making sounds and can be distinctive. I only mention that because I used the Lenovo with the SSD first and I didn't hear the thing ever make a sound. I'm using this for school and some work. I love it. And i strongly recommend the two monitor setup if you can do it. If not, one wide monitor does wonders. I put the prompt for the assignment on one side and what I'm working on opposite to it so I can refer to the prompt and not miss anything. Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2020

Review:I wanted to like this computer. I am pissed that the drive didnt work after I spent 3 hours putting my old computer files on it. Very disappointed in amazon not seeming to care and asking me to call lenovo folks. I would not recommend even though it had the best features in the price range. Read more

Amazon Customer
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2020

Review:The set-up was okay, but what was really irritating was that there wasn't any help for technical issues even though it's a new purchase still under warranty. I was number 596 --not an exaggeration -- in line to chat with someone from tech. When I tried using the call you back feature, I spoke to an operator from India who was supposed to connect me with someone who could help, but the call was abruptly disconnected. Many features didn't work and there doesn't seem to be a way to solve them as contacting Lenovo and Microsoft were both dead ends. Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2020

Review:Don’t waste your money. On the 32nd day the PC took a crap, of course it was on the 2nd pass the Amazon return time. Since then (3 weeks later) its been acting up, today all the fonts on the screen are messed up Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2020

Review:I, like many other, am now working from home during the pandemic. My lenovo laptop was not cutting it for all the programs I have to run working in healthcare. I bought this even though some reviews stated it was only good for light office work but I found it handles the many programs I force it to run daily with ease. Setup was quick and easy as well. Wifi capable immediately and Bluetooth ready. Can't be upgraded but I dont plan to game with it. It has many ports and easily hooked up two monitors. Update I can and have run world of warcraft on this its glitchy sometimes but it can be done. Read more

Betsy B

Date:Reviewed in Mexico on February 18, 2021

Review:El producto es justo lo que ofrece, el PC es bonito y compacto, cabe muy bien sobre el escritorio, además viene con su mouse y teclado, muy recomendable :) Read more

Claude Poulin

Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 10, 2021

Review:Bon rapport qualité/prix Read more

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