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According to Amazon sales data, the 510s is a popular choice amongst customers who purchased personal computers in the last 3 months.
Some customers considered that it was compact. This month expert website Tomsguide.com gave the Lenovo 510s a score of 4 stars and mentioned in their review “The Ideacentre 510s is the company's sleekest and most compact all-in-one yet, with razor-thin edges”.
One Lenovo 510s reviewer wrote in their reviews that the product was thin.
One Lenovo 510s owner concluded that it was good looking. A few weeks ago Tomsguide.com wrote “This is one of the sleekest all-in-ones I've ever gotten my hands on, with a design that's as eye-catching as it is compact” in their Lenovo 510s review.
One Lenovo 510s owner who reviewed it wrote that it was a good design. Trustedreviews.com scored the product 80 out of 100 and mentioned in their review on expert website Trusted Reviews a few weeks ago “With a smart, partially metal design and plenty of options for some powerful hardware”.
One customer who reviewed the product thought it was good value for money. In October Trustedreviews.com said on expert website Trusted Reviews “What is the Lenovo Ideapad 510S? The Lenovo 510S is a highly affordable, reasonably thin” in their review.
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Easy to Use
One Lenovo 510s owner who reviewed it thought it was easy to use.
64-Bit Processor Operating Mode
This PC supports a 32-bit|64-bit processor operating mode, which is the most commonly supported processor operating mode on few processor core PCs that came out in the last 12 months.
Only Released Six Months Ago
This personal computer has only been on the market for six months.
4.4 On-Board Graphics Adapter OpenGL Version
This desktop computer supports a 4.4 on-board graphics adapter OpenGL version, which is the most commonly supported on-board graphics adapter OpenGL version on few processor core PCs that have been on the market for the last year.
Fairly Fast Memory Clock Speed Supported by Processor
The average memory clock speed supported by processor of desktop computers that came out around the same time as the 510s is 1,500MHz, and the memory clock speeds supported by processors range from 1,300MHz to 1,900MHz. The Lenovo 510s has a quite fast memory clock speed supported by processor (1,866 megahertz) compared to most of the other recently released few processor core PCs.
Fairly Big Max Internal Memory Supported Processor
The smallest max internal memory supported processor of similar spec computers that were released in the last year is 4GB, the biggest is 64GB, and the average max internal memory supported processor is 37GB. The Lenovo 510s has a quite big max internal memory supported processor (64 gigabytes) compared to most of the other recently released computers.
Lenovo Computers Have Good Reviews
Lenovo few processor core PCs have good ratings on average and across all computers Lenovo is one of the superior brands.
Fairly Big Hard Drive Capacity
With a hard drive capacity of 1,000 gigabyte, the Lenovo 510s has one of the bigger hard drive capacity amongst few processor core PCs of this age. The smallest hard drive capacity of few processor core PCs that have been available for around the same time as the 510s is 500GB, the biggest is 2TB, and the average hard drive capacity is 640GB.
The total storage capacity of few processor core PCs that were released in the last year range from 16GB to 2TB, and the average total storage capacity is 550GB. At 1,000 gigabyte, the Lenovo 510s has a fairly big total storage capacity compared to most of the other comparable spec desktop computers that have been around for around the same time as the 510s.
It may also be worth considering one of the alternative 1TB total storage capacity desktop computers currently available including the Aspire XC-705 (£299.99), or the Aspire XC-710 (£350.99) both from Acer or the Asus K20CD (£319.98) which is cheaper.
Quite Big Internal Memory
Few processor core PCs that have been around for a similar time to the 510s have internal memory of between 2GB and 8GB. The Lenovo 510s has one of the bigger internal memory (8 gigabytes) amongst few processor core PCs of this age.
We compared this personal computer to all the other 8GB memory computers and we think cheaper personal computers such as the Lenovo Ideacentre 300 (£375.35), and the Acer Aspire XC-710 (£350.99) is also worth considering.
Fairly Fast Memory Clock Speed
The slowest memory clock speed of PCs that have been available for the last year is 1,300MHz, the fastest is 2,200MHz, and the average memory clock speed is 1,700MHz. The Lenovo 510s has a fairly fast memory clock speed (2,133 megahertz) compared to most of the other comparable spec computers that were launched around the same time as the 510s.
3 PCI Express Slots Version
This personal computer supports a 3 PCI Express slots version, which is the most commonly supported PCI Express slots version on similar spec PCs that have been on the market for the last year.
DDR4-SDRAM Internal Memory Type
The Lenovo 510s has a newer internal memory type than most comparable spec computers that were launched in the last 12 months. This computer has a DDR4-SDRAM internal memory type, whereas most few processor core PCs that have been on the market for a comparable time to it have a DDR3-SDRAM internal memory type.
This PC's internal memory type (DDR4-SDRAM) is in fact the best internal memory type across all comparable spec PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as the 510s.
Across comparable types of PC the worst internal memory type is DDR3-SDRAM.
Supports Seven Compatible Memory Cards
The number of compatible memory card supported by the Lenovo 510s is more than most latest few processor core PCs. This Lenovo personal computer supports an SD compatible memory card, which is the most frequently supported compatible memory card supported by latest few processor core PCs. The compatible memory cards "MMC", "MMC+", "MS PRO", "Memory Stick (MS)", "SDIO" and "SDXC" are also supported by this computer.
2 Reasons Against
The widths of few processor core PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as the 510s range from 34mm to 440mm. With a width of 394 millimeters, the Lenovo 510s is one of the widest recently released comparable spec desktop computers amongst comparable spec computers of this age.
The Lenovo 510s is one of the tallest few processor core PCs that have been available for around the same time as the 510s (494 millimeters) amongst desktop computers of this age. Newly released few processor core PCs have heights of between 27mm and 500mm.
2 Other reasons to consider the Lenovo 510s
Average Processor Clock Speed
The Lenovo 510s has a fairly average processor clock speed (3.7 gigahertz) compared to most of the other recently released similar spec personal computers.
We compared all the other 3.7GHz processor clock speed personal computers to this desktop computer and we think cheaper computers such as the Lenovo Ideacentre 300 (£375.35) is also worth considering.
HDD Storage Medium
The storage speed of this computer is HDD, which is typical of many latest few processor core PCs. A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is the traditional storage method for computers. A HDD stores the information on magnetic disks. HDD drives are cheap, but they are slower than Flash and SSD bases storage systems.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the other HDD computers currently available including cheaper desktop computers such as the 280 G2 MT (£317.99), or the 260 G2 Mini both from HP or the Acer Veriton X2640G (£324.97).
If the storage speed of this desktop computer is too slow for you then you might want to consider the HP 400 G3 SFF (£359.99) (SSD and cheaper), or the DELL OptiPlex 3040 (£294.99) (SSD and cheaper).