When it comes to desktop PCs, All-in-One is the new hot category that every manufacturer wants to get right, knowing that desktop PC shipments are stagnating at best.
Today, Lenovo has just expanded its All In One (AIO) portfolio with the latest addition to their family, the ThinkCentre M93z All-in-One Desktop PC powered by the 4th generation Intel Core processors (aka Haswell). The new Lenovo M93z is said to offer good performance in a sleek package built for business collaboration.
The new ThinkCentre M93z AIO features a full HD 23-inch LED display (screen resolution details to come…) with a wide viewing angle, anti-glare and optional 10-point multi-touch screen. The M93z also comes with an optional 1 GB AMD Radeon HD Discrete Graphics for advanced 3D graphics, in case you want to play games that require a bit more muscle.
Thanks to Intel’s vPro Technology, you will get increased security with speedy data encryption and decryption, along with protection from unauthorized access and remote management by an IT team.
With prices starting from $799 onwards, the ThinkCentre M93z comes with the latest Intel CPU (up to 4th generation Intel Core i7) and SSHD (hybrid SSD/HDD storage). Touch and non-touch versions are available this month, the SSHD version will ship in the fourth quarter.
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