New Small Desktop from Lenovo

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Lenovo has launched the world's smallest computer. Does anyone know the specifications and features provided by this computer?

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New Small Desktop from Lenovo

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Lenovo has launched its new world's smallest enterprise desktop PC's. Lenovo has released two such desktops Think Centre M72e, Think Centre M92p. These desktops are ranging from around $450 and this is a good price for such desktops. The Think Centre M72e supports up to 2nd generation Intel core i7, window 7 64 bit. The desktop supports up to 1 TB of hard disk and memory of 16 GB.

The Think Centre M92p supports up to 3rd generation Intel core i7, window 7 64 bit. The desktop supports up to 1 TB of hard disk and memory of 32 GB. Both are having 4 slots to place the DIMM's. These are the specifications of those desktops.

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New Small Desktop from Lenovo

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Hi there,

Lenovo introduced two new tiny desktops. Don’t think that they are not that efficient just because of tiny size. Both of those are M-series desktops. Let me give the specifications:

1.       THINKCENTRE M72e TINY

          Dimension: 7.1” X 7” X 1.35”

          Processor: up to 3rd generation Intel Core processors.

          Memory: up to 16GB(DDR3)

          Storage: up to 1 TB

         Graphics: Intel HD Integrated.

         Ports: 2 USB front, 3 USB rear.

         VGA, 1DP supports Multi-Display.

         Slime DVD Rambo.

         Ethernet.

         Price: $559

2.       ThinkCentre M92p

Dimension: 7.1” X 7” X 1.35”

Processor: up Intel Core i5-3470 Processor (6M Cache, 3.20GHz)

Memory: up to 16GB(DDR3)

Storage: up to 750GB

Graphics: n/a (need graphics card).

Ports: 2 USB front, 3 USB rear.

VGA, 1DP supports Multi-Display.

Slime DVD Rambo.

Ethernet.

Price: $649

M72e is mostly for small business and M92p is for enterprise companies.

Thank you,

Riley Weaver.

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