Business owners looking to outfit their office with new computers might be interested to hear that Lenovo has recently updated their business-friendly series of ThinkCentre desktop computers. However if you’re in the market for something a whole lot more compact, Lenovo has also introduced two new models, the M92p and the M72e. Both desktops (if you can even call them that) features a 7” x 7” chassis that’s about 1.35” thick and is almost as thick as a regular golf ball. This would also make both the M92p and the M72e smaller than Apple’s Mac Mini.
Both models will not feature an optical drive and will come with the latest Intel Ivy Bridge processors as upgradeable options. Users will be able to configure their systems up to an Intel Core i5-3410T for the M92p, while the M72e will be configurable up to an Intel i5-3470T. Both models will also feature five USB ports, three of which will be USB 3.0 for the M92p model. However if you’d rather not upgrade to Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors, it should be noted that the M92p and the M72e will come with an Intel Celeron G640 as its base and will retail at $799 and $499 respectively. Both systems are expected to arrive on the market some time next month.
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