Intel officially introduced its 4th generation Intel Core processor family (aka “Haswell”) last month at Computex in Taiwan and today, Lenovo launched a few new desktop PCs powered by the new chip, including the ThinkCentre M93p Tiny.
Lenovo claims that the M93p “packs huge performance into a tiny form factor” and is “the most energy efficient ThinkCentre desktop ever”. Well, we have not tested it so we cannot take the company’s word for it, but we expect the hardware upgrade to push the performance upwards when compared with previous generations, that’s the whole point after all.
At 34.5 mm thick, the M93p is certainly a very small PC that will fit perfectly in small office spaces. It can even be mounted to a wall with a VESA mount. As you can see on the photos, it’s about the size of a large external DVD drive.
The ThinkCentre M93p Tiny comes with many configuration options and you can get it with the latest
Intel Core i7 processors with Intel vPro and 64GB of SSD storage or an optional Solid State Hybrid Drive (SSHD) if you need extra storage at a reasonable cost. With the patented “Smart Power On” feature you can power up the desktop directly from a wired or wireless keyboard (useful if you have hidden the box in a hard-to-reach place). Thanks to its Always On USB port with RapidCharge you will be able to charge your connected devices even in sleep mode.
The ThinkCentre M93 (no “p”) version features dual graphics and hard disk drive support. The ThinkCentre M93p/M93 is available starting at $719