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They'll be released throughout September and October

Lenovo has unveiled some new desktops as part of the E-series and M-series lineups, including all-in-ones (AIOs).

The members of the family consist of the ThinkCentre E93z All-in-One Desktop, ThinkCentre M73 Desktop, ThinkCentre E73z and M73z All-in-One Desktops.

Lenovo touted the ThinkCentre E93z All-in-One Desktop as one of the slimmest AIOs built for business. It packs a 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor, a 21.5-inch infinity glass Full HD display, next generation Solid State Hybrid Drive storage, HDMI In and Out ports, Intel WiDi, and 1GB NVIDIA GeForce 720 discrete graphics engine on selected models.

The E93z will be available in September for approximately $699 USD.

ThinkCentre M73 Desktop may be small, but it packs a lot of punch (much like the M93p). It has 4th  generation Intel Core processors, integrated graphics and solid state hybrid drives, Wi-Fi connectivity, USB 3.0 ports, and is available in mini-tower and small form factor. 

E93z AIO

The M73 will come around in October for approximately $439 USD.
 
The ThinkCentre E73z and M73z All-in-One Desktops share a lot in common, such as 4th generation Intel Core i7 processors, SSHD, two USB 3.0 ports, 20-inch displays, 720p HD cameras, high performance wireless and WiDi support, array microphones with noise cancellation, and quality stereo speakers.  They're ideal for business with VoIP calls and video conference abilities.

However, the ThinkCentre M73z also includes features for enhanced security including a TPM Security Chip for data protection. In addition, it has ThinkVantage software with PC auto lock technology, hardware password management and data rescue and recovery. 
 
M73z users can also grab an optional OPAL SSC Capable 2.5-inch HDD for added encryption.

You can pick up the ThinkCentre E73z in late September for $599 USD and the ThinkCentre M73z in October starting at $599 USD. 

Lenovo has been a force to reckon with in both the PC and mobile industries. In fact, earlier this month, Lenovo shipped more smartphones and tablets than PCs for Q1 2013. For the quarter ended June 30, 2013, Lenovo reported smartphone sales of 11.4 million units, which represents a 131 percent year-over-year increase. As for tablets, the company sold 1.5 million units.

The PC business, on the other hand, slipped 1.4 percent to $12.6 million USD. However, it wasn't all bad considering Lenovo took Hewlett-Packard's (HP) spot as the No. 1 ranked PC maker in the world.

Source: Lenovo



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RE: detachable
By purerice on 9/1/2013 2:37:59 PM , Rating: 2
No mention of a battery or battery life, so unfortunately no. Looking at Sony's "Tap 20", this looks MUCH smaller though you'd think the battery wouldn't take up that much space.
If Sony could make a more portable "Tap 20" or Lenovo could make add a battery, that would be cool.

What is surprising here is the price. Exactly what Haswell processors are these that they can price some of these cheaper than an iPad?


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