Lenovo has announced a series of refreshes to its IdeaCentre line of all-in-one PCs, highlighted by the new IdeaCentre B750 and its 29-inch display. That wide IPS screen sports a sharp 2560×1080 resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio, and Lenovo’s taking advantage of it by deploying its own Lenovo Split Screen tech for easier multitasking. Internally, the Windows 8 device can be had in numerous configurations, but at best you’ll get a fourth-gen Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive, and Nvidia GeForce GTX760A graphics. It’ll launch in October for the starting price of $1,200.
The other three all-in-ones aren’t quite as unique, but they are updated over last year’s models. The most premium of the bunch is the A530, which comes with a flexible 23-inch 1920×1080 display and an aluminum form factor that measures just 0.8 inches at its thinnest point. The B550 will give you the same display specs in a less sexy frame, while the B350 bumps that 1080p display down to 21.5-inches. They all come with Intel’s new Haswell chips and healthy amounts of RAM and storage, and they’ll all arrive sometime in October too. The A530 and B550 will start at $1,100 and $800, respectively, while the B530 doesn’t have an announced price just yet.