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• Pros Great price. 6GB of memory. Free of bloatware. • Cons Weak power supply unit. Only two memory DIMM slots. • Bottom Line The Lenovo H420 (7752-FU) is a decently-equipped machine for under $500.
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But not much else stands out on this budget desktop. What happens when you strip a system to the bare essentials? You get something like the Lenovo H420 (7752-3FU) ($479.99 list at Staples), a equipped with a dual-core processor, 6GB of memory, and a full 1TB hard drive, for a price that was unthinkable just a few years ago.
It's just enough satisfy day-to-day needs, but it really won't wow you. This PC could be the right one for someone whose last hand-me-down system is so old that it's beige. Design and Features The H420-FU is your standard tower PC, with some room for expansion.
It's fairly nondescript for the consumer space: It has the usual glossy black front and matte sides, with some orange/red piping as accents around the chassis, and a Lenovo logo front and center. The front panel has a couple of USB 2.0 ports, a media card reader and jacks for headphone and microphone. The back is equally as utilitarian: four more USB 2.0 ports, VGA, Ethernet, PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports, audio jacks, and a HDMI-out port. HDMI means you can hook the system up to a large screen like an HDTV. Inside, there's some space for limited upgrades. The system has the usual three PCIe x1 card slots and PCIe x16 graphics card slot, but there are only two memory DIMM slots (most desktops have four total). The desktop has one free hard drive bay, but no free optical drive bay.
The system has a 280W power supply unit, so even if you wanted to add a couple large-capacity hard drives and a mid-level graphics card, you probably wouldn't be able to power them without butting into the 280W ceiling. In any case, the buyer of a sub-$500 system isn't really interested in tricking it out into a power rig anyway. The desktop is pretty much free of bloatware and trial apps. True, it comes with a relatively short 60-day trial subscription to McAfee's Internet Security for anti-virus and anti-malware duties, but the rest of the pre-loaded software is useful. There's Google Chrome as an alternate browser, Lenovo's excellent rescue and recovery utility, and burning software for the DVD burner. Aside from these few programs, the system's 1TB hard drive is free and clear.
That's pretty good compared with systems like the ($519.99 list, 2.5 stars), which is filled with extraneous programs. Customers who buy this system from Staples can avail themselves of several services the retailer offers. This includes setting the new system up, data transfer from your old PC to your new one, software installation, and that range in price from $14.99 to $169.99. Performance The H420-FU's 2.6GHz Intel Pentium G960 dual-core processor and 6GB of memory gave it adequate scores on out performance tests.
The system completed Handbrake in a quick 1 minute 57 seconds, besting systems like the HP Pavilion p7-1154 (2:49) and ($599.99 list, 4 stars) (2:12) by a decent margin. The H420-FU completed Photoshop CS5 in 4:44, falling somewhere in the middle between the low-powered HP p7-1154 (7:13) and the much faster Lenovo K330-11691AU (3:49). All systems however trail the ($649.99 list, 3.5 stars), which performed both tasks much faster (1:22 Handbrake, 3:35 CS5), thanks to its quad-core Intel Core i5-2310 processor. Let's put it this way: the Intel Pentium G960 in the H420-FU is certainly faster than the AMD Vision A6 3600 in the HP p7-1154, but both are laggards compared with a true quad-core like the Intel Core i5-2310.
That said, the H420-FU should be fast enough for your basic computing needs for at least the next few years. Compared with the current Editors' Choice Lenovo IdeaCentre K330-11691AU, the Lenovo H420 (7752-3FU) is a good machine, though not quite enough to take the throne. The older K330 is faster, more upgradeable, and has more system memory. The H420 is about $120 less expensive, but the system's dual-core Pentium processor is likely to feel slower in the long run, necessitating an earlier replacement. The Lenovo K330-11691AU will be a better buy over time. BENCHMARK TEST RESULTS.