Black Lenovo H50 (90B700EEUS) Desktop Review

Lenovo H50 90B700EEUS Desktop via Amazon

Black Lenovo H50 (90B700EEUS) Desktop

Family friendly Lenovo H50 (90B700EEUS) is a recently on the market, modern and affordable (good value) desktop with the powerful Quarter 2 2014 release 3.2 to 3.4 GHz speed quad core Intel i5-4460 processor (6MB cache) with a Passmark benchmark score of impressive 6635 for responsive performance at even the most demanding tasks at home or office with turbo boost but no hyper threading (offers 4 cores and 4 threads performance), 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM at 1600MHz to multitask efficiently and smoothly, 1 TB Serial ATA hard drive at 7200 rpm rotating speed and the latest 64-bit Windows 10 operating system that is quite similar to the popular Windows 7 but with great new features too, like the Edge browser, easier navigation and super easy access to apps.

Black Lenovo H50 weighs 15.62 pounds and has the dimensions of 16.14 x 6.30 x 13.98 inches. It has a DVD RW Optical Drive reader and writer, HDMI output to connect it to an external screen or large screen HDTV via a good quality HDMI cable for sound and image, 2 x SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports with up to 10 times faster than standard USB 2.0, 4 x USB 2.0 ports, 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet with RJ-45, latest 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, audio port and 7-in-1 Media Card Reader (MS, MS Pro, SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, MMC Plus). It is easy to set up and use, includes the Lenovo AccuType keyboard with curved and evenly spaced keys that enable accurate and more comfortable typing experience. It doesn’t include a monitor but a wired keyboard and mouse combo and the graphics card is the integrated Intel HD 4600 graphics card that is up to 60% faster than the Intel HD 4000 and around 30% in gaming benchmarks and is more or less similar to the dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GT 620M and 630M- performance depends very much on the main CPU power and it seems quite promising with the Intel i5-4460.

Lenovo H50 (90B700EEUS) Desktop (Black)

You’ll experience a decent multimedia experience unless you are planning to play very demanding games of 2015 at higher settings (you may get 30 frames per second at 720p resolution at some of the current games), otherwise it is pretty good for general multimedia stuff like watching movies in Full HD quality, high definition video quality, photo viewing and editing, listening to music (comes with 5.1 ch surround sound support and the sound you hear will depend on the quality of your speakers) or surfing the internet with nice graphics and sound and is designed more as a family / home computer and will be more than enough for daily computing needs of people in your family and offers a decent complete home entertainment experience. 1TB is huge storage space for all your common and media files and is faster than the standard 5400rpm drives and the 8GB is already plenty for heavy multitasking stuff and can be expanded up to a maximum amount of 16GB. So overall you have power and speed for whatever you do- work or entertainment and easy daily tasks or very heavy stuff, decent high end specs and features at a great price.

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