21 July, 2014: The Lenovo B750 cuts a different desktop footprint than other all-in-one PCs, just because it takes up so much room. The screen itself measures 29 inches diagonally, but it’s an entirely different aspect ratio, so that translates to a shape that’s wider and shorter than a regular 16:9 monitor of the same size would be. You won’t mistake this for a high-design all-in-one like the Apple iMac or even Dell’s excellent XPS 27, and at 32.5 pounds it’s heavy enough that you’ll want to move it only when absolutely necessary.Lenovo’s B750 all-in-one desktop PC isn’t the first system we’ve seen with a wider-than-normal screen, but it’s still a relatively rare animal. And, with a discrete GPU, high-end CPU, and excellent IPS display, it’s also a fun alternative to run-of-the-mill all-in-ones, and hopefully something we’ll see more of in the future. The B750 swaps the usual 1,920×1,080 screen, a 16:9 aspect ratio (the same as HDTV screens), for a 2,560×1,080 screen, which works out to 21:9, or the same as many theatrical release films. Technically, the aspect ratio is 64:27, but that’s commonly rounded to 21:9. This wider style of display may never become a mainstream trend, but it’s a nice change of pace and serves three major goals.
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