Filipinos are known for building their own desktop PC (or sometimes called a clone) from ground up rather than buying a branded premade one. It’s economical but one of the major disadvantage if you’re not much of a tech person is that once it breaks down, it’s hard to get reliable support for it.
If you’re looking for a new space-saving desktop PC for your living room but prefer the traditional one over the the new All-In-One PCs, check out the Lenovo H320. It’s a desktop PC that would meet all your needs in one compact setup.
The Lenovo H320 has some kickass configuration: up to Intel Core i7 processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, up to ATI Radeon HD 5570 1GB graphics complete with DirectX 11, 8GB DDR3 memory, up to 1TB HDD storage, an Integrated 802.11n Wi-Fi plus Integrated DVD or Blu-ray Disc drive and front-mounted USB2.0 connectors with 8in1 card reader for easy access.
I really dig the integrated WiFi especially now with more homes already having a WiFi network setup. For support, there are a lot of reliable service centers out there if your one year warranty runs out. Or you can simply use the OneKey recovery feature that is popular and was handy in Lenovo laptops.
This Lenovo H320 is now available with a starting price of Php39,900 for the basic configuration (Core i3 processor).