This personal computer supports a 32-bit|64-bit processor operating mode, which is typical of many few processor core PCs that were launched in the last 12 months.
Fairly Fast On-Board Graphics Adapter Base Frequency
The Lenovo H50 has a quite fast on-board graphics adapter base frequency (350 megahertz) compared to most of the other comparable spec PCs that were released in the last 12 months. The slowest on-board graphics adapter base frequency of few processor core PCs that are a similar age to the H50 is 100MHz, the fastest is 690MHz, and the average on-board graphics adapter base frequency is 330MHz.
Quite Fast On-Board Graphics Adapter Dynamic Frequency
At 1,150 megahertz, the Lenovo H50 has a quite fast on-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency compared to most of the other recently released few processor core PCs. The slowest on-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency of few processor core PCs that are a similar age to the H50 is 600MHz, the fastest is 1,200MHz, and the average on-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency is 1,100MHz.
Lenovo Has Good PC Reviews
Lenovo has good average reviews for its few processor core PCs as well as across its entire personal computer range compared to other manufacturers.
Fairly Fast Processor Clock Speed
Across all the few processor core PCs that were launched in the last year the processor clock speeds range from 0.8GHz to 3.7GHz, and the average processor clock speed is 3.1GHz. The Lenovo H50 has one of the faster processor clock speeds (3.7 gigahertz) amongst few processor core PCs of this age.
Quite Big Hard Drive Capacity
The average hard drive capacity of desktop computers that have been on the market for the last year is 640GB. The Lenovo H50 has one of the bigger hard drive capacity (1,000 gigabyte) amongst few processor core PCs of this age.
If you are looking for a personal computer with a bigger hard drive capacity then you might want to look at the Acer Aspire XC-705 (£419.00) (2TB).
+7 More reasons for
Quite Big Total Storage Capacity
At 1,000 gigabyte, the Lenovo H50 has a quite big total storage capacity compared to most of the other latest comparable spec computers. The smallest total storage capacity of few processor core PCs that came out around the same time as the H50 is 16GB and the biggest is 2TB.
If you want a personal computer with a bigger total storage capacity then you might also want to look at the Acer Aspire XC-705 (£419.00) (2TB).
3 PCI Express Slots Version
This desktop computer supports a 3 PCI Express slots version, which is the most frequently supported PCI Express slots version on desktop computers that were released in the last 12 months.
L3 Processor Cache Level
This personal computer has a L3 processor cache level, which is the most commonly found processor cache level on few processor core PCs that have been available for a similar time to it.
Very Big Hybrid Hard Drive (H-HDD) Capacity
When compared to other new personal computers, the hybrid hard drive (H-HDD) capacity of the Lenovo H50 of 1,000 gigabyte is one of the biggest. The smallest hybrid hard drive (H-HDD) capacity of PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as the H50 is 500GB and the biggest is 1TB.
5.1 Audio Output Channel
This personal computer has a 5.1 audio output channel, which is the most commonly found audio output channel on few processor core PCs that have been available for the last year.
GDDR Discrete Graphics Memory Type
This desktop computer supports a GDDR3 discrete graphics memory type, which is the most frequently supported discrete graphics memory type on recently released few processor core PCs.
2 Reasons Against
Only 11 On-Board Graphics Adapter DirectX Version
This personal computer supports a 11.1 on-board graphics adapter DirectX version, which is typical of many few processor core PCs that came out in the last year.
Only Two USB 3.0 Ports
Most similar spec personal computers that have been around for around the same time as the H50 have between one and five USB 3.0 ports, including the Lenovo H50 which has two USB 3.0 ports.
3 Other reasons to consider the Lenovo H50
Released Ten Months Ago
This few processor core personal computer was released ten months ago.
Average Internal Memory
The Lenovo H50 has a pretty standard internal memory (4 gigabytes) compared to most of the other recently released computers.
PCs with a bigger internal memory that might be worth looking at include the 400 G2 (8GB), or the 400 G3 SFF (£898.80) (8GB) both from HP or the Acer Aspire XC-705 (£299.99) (6GB).
HDD Storage Medium
The storage speed of this computer is HDD, which is typical of many few processor core PCs that were launched in the last year. 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.
Computers with a faster storage speed that might be worth looking at include the HP Chromebox (£644.98) (SSD), or the DELL OptiPlex 3040 (£386.98) (SSD).
It is very hard to write a review for a product that has not got passed a blank black screen and we are not talking about one machine here, but, three!! Normally I would be able to tell you how it... Read more…
Why do you think the price has dropped by £200 in the last year? Obviously not up to the job. First one DOA, second one repaired by Lenovo once, twice did work under their instruction. Now after... Read more…
An excellent computer at a great price. With a massive 2TB hard drive you never need to worry about running out of space for documents, photos, videos, games, etc. The fast processor makes... Read more…
I purchased my H50-55 on May 23, 2016 at Best Buy. After one week it began shutting down whenever it felt like it. It was hesitant to come back on, and the fan would start at a very high rate of... Read more…
1) Windows 10 Home is aesthetically the ugliest thing yet from Microsoft, juxtaposed with a cluster of tiny nauseating little "apps" that are mostly designed to attract young people impressed with... Read more…
My son loves this computer but the DVD is stuck in the drive and there is no visible means of ejecting. I also cannot find anyway of contacting the seller via Amazon and therefore need some advice... Read more…