Windows Home Server category grows with the announcement of the Lenovo IdeaCentre D400
As reported by COMPUTERWORLD and other sources (see below) earlier this week, Lenovo will be introducing the IdeaCentre D400 to the US next month. Previously launched in China, Lenovo’s offering will be a great addition to the category of home servers powered by Windows Home Server software.
Announced in conjunction with upcoming Q Series of compact home entertainment PCs, the IdeaCentre D400 home server has an aesthetic design that would suit the living room as well as the home office. (See Lenovo’s press release for details.)
Photo: Lenovo IdeaCentre D400 home server
Eugene Saburi, General Manager, Microsoft Solutions Marketing had this to say. "With the IdeaCentre D400 home server coinciding with the availability of Windows 7 on Lenovo laptops and netbooks, consumers will have affordable solution that enables them to unleash the power of their home network.”
With the Acer Aspire easystore and the lineup of HP MediaSmart Servers already on the market, the Lenovo IdeaCentre will provide even more choice for consumers. We are still waiting on confirmation of where the IdeaCentre D400 home server will be sold. Let’s hope pre-orders are offered soon!
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