For another 33 hours, you will be able to buy the Lenovo C340 all-in-one computer for £399 from Groupon, a price that includes delivery and will be shipped by Laptop Outlet.
Other than its minimalist design and the amount of space (and resources) saved, there's not much to differentiate this all-in-one PC from having a separate monitor and a traditional base unit.
This particular model comes with an Intel Core i3-3220 processor. This is a dual-core unit, with an Ivy Bridge architecture, clocked at 3.3GHz with an Intel HD Graphics 2500 video unit and a TDP of merely 55W.
Other features include a 20in display with a 1,600 x 900 pixel resolution, a 1TB hard disk drive, a DVD writer, 4GB of RAM (you can double that for £50 extra), a webcam, Windows 8, six USB port, a card reader, Wi-Fi, keyboard, mouse plus a number of Lenovo services (OneKey Rescue System, Eye Distance, YouCam, Dynamic Brightness System, 5GB Lenovo Cloud storage and Camera FunZone).
How does that compare to what's on the market? Asus sells the CM6730 which comes with 6GB of RAM for £309. Arguably you don't get any display while Ebuyer, despite being known for being a competitive retailer, sells the same Lenovo C340 for £465.