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The ThinkCentre M93p has a width of 34.5 mm

Lenovo is rolling out three new ThinkCentre PCs this month -- one of which has the width of a golf ball. 

Lenovo announced the tiny ThinkCentre M93p, the ThinkCentre M93z all-in-one (AIO) PC and the ThinkCentre M83 enterprise-ready desktop. All three were made with businesses in mind, are either already available or will hit the market this month. 

The ThinkCentre M93p ignores the old saying that "bigger is better" and instead goes for a smaller look. This desktop PC packs 4th generation Intel Core i7 processors with Intel vPro, an optional Solid State Hybrid Drive (SSHD) for added performance, Lenovo's “Smart Power On” feature for powering up the desktop from a wired or wireless keyboard and an Always On USB port with RapidCharge technology. 

Have we mentioned that the M93p is tiny? It's real tiny, with a width of 34.5 mm. If you want to add the little guy to your tech family, it's available now starting at $749 USD.


The ThinkCentre M93z AIO has business collaboration in mind, with up to 4th Generation Intel Core i7 processors with Intel vPro, SSHD, a full HD 23-inch LED display, Lenovos' Trusted Platform Module security chip, Microsoft 1080p Lync qualified VoIP for conference calls, Windows 8 and a detachable chassis design. 

Picking up the M93z is available this month for $1,269 USD (touch) and $1,029 USD (non-touch).



As for the ThinkCentre M83, which sports 4th generation Intel Core processors and optional 64GB SSHD, it's available this month for $699 USD. 




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RE: looks cool
By Dug on 7/11/2013 1:13:46 PM , Rating: 2
Yeah I called because our business actually needs something like this for several employees.

No one there knows what it is, but they direct you to the older model.


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