Lenovo announced the latest generation of its "Tiny" ThinkCentre desktop PC, the ThinkCentre M93p, with a form factor measuring just the width of a golf ball (34.5 mm). Lenovo also introduced the latest generation all-in-one (AIO), the ThinkCentre M93z AIO and the ThinkCentre M83 and E93 desktops.
"While the world believed that desktop PCs would become extinct, Lenovo believed in the desktop's evolution. This is how the original Tiny came into being," said Victor Rios, vice president and general manager of Think desktop, workstation, visuals. "The new Tiny takes this evolution to the next level. We are leading the industry trend of desktop miniaturization, offering new and innovative form factors, like Tiny and the new M93z all-in-one, that are still among the most powerful and energy efficient in the commercial space.
With up to the latest fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processors with Intel vPro, the compact M93p offers an optional Solid State Hybrid Drive (SSHD) to boost system performance and can be mounted to the wall to save additional space with a VESA mount. Lenovo's "Smart Power On" feature allows the user to power up the desktop directly from a wired or wireless keyboard, and an Always On USB port with RapidCharge technology allows fast charging of connected devices, even when in sleep mode.
The ThinkCentre M93z includes a full HD 23-inch LED display. Business professionals can engage in crystal-clear conference calls with Microsoft 1080p Lync-qualified VoIP solutions. It supports up to fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processors and SSHD, and includes Lenovo's Trusted Platform Module security chip.
The ThinkCentre M83 is built for enhanced business productivity with up to fourth-generation Intel Core processors and optional SSHD for improved performance. Available in the small form factor pro model, the M83 provides tower expansion ability.
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