Pros

  • Above-average performance
  • Above-average performance

Cons

  • Average expandability
  • Average expandability

At A Glance

The H210 is one of the better sub-$500 systems we've seen in recent times, but it doesn't handle games very well.

Manufacturer’s Website

http://www.lenovo.com/us

The Specs

Processor
Processor type Pentium Dual-Core E5200
Processor speed 2500.0 MHz
Display
Included monitor No
Graphics
Primary Graphics Chipset Integrated Intel GMA 3100
General Information
UPC Code 884343877587
Memory
Memory size 4096.0 MB

Performance

Overall Rating
WorldBench 6 Score 99.0
WorldBench 6 Rating Very Good
Office Productivity
Web Browsing 258.0   seconds (lower is better)
Office Suite Use 366.0   seconds (lower is better)
File Compression 226.0   seconds (lower is better)
Content Creation
Image Editing 396.0   seconds (lower is better)
GPU Graphics Rendering 457.0   seconds (lower is better)
CPU Graphics Rendering 619.0   seconds (lower is better)
Video Encoding 217.0   seconds (lower is better)
DVD Burning 422.0   seconds (lower is better)
Video Editing 210.0   seconds (lower is better)
Multitasking
World Bench 6 Multitasking 327.0
Gaming
Overall Graphics Score Poor
Doom 3, 1280 by 1024, 32-Bit 11.3   Frames per second (higher is better)
Doom 3, 1024 by 768, 32-Bit 13.1   Frames per second (higher is better)
Far Cry, 1280 by 1024, 32-Bit 15.27   Frames per second (higher is better)
Far Cry, 1024 by 768, 32-Bit 17.65   Frames per second (higher is better)