Lenovo has unveiled a 23-inch all-in-one desktop PC aimed at businesses. The company also revealed new desktops and monitors.
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|Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z|
The ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one PC has a 23-inch display and comes equipped with choices of the latest Intel Core i5 and i3 processors, DDR3 memory, selection of hard drives or a solid state drive, a DVD drive, webcam (with microphone) and optional Wi-Fi/Bluetooth.
The ThinkCentre M90z also comes with an optional ergonomic stand: frame, height adjustable, extended arm or wall mount arm. In addition, Lenovo is also offering a number of optional features that include: easy to clean touchscreen, webcamera on/off switch, auto-brightness control, array microphone, or touch capacitive monitor buttons.
As the M90z is part of Lenovo’s line of business PCs, it comes with ThinkVantage Technologies productivity tools such as Lenovo’s Hardware Password Manager for encrypted hard drives. The ThinkCentre M90z also incorporates a tool-less design allowing users the ability to easily upgrade components such as the Hard Drive, Optical (DVD) Drive and memory.
Lenovo Australia and New Zealand’s Director, SMB and Consumer Business,
Chris Kelly said, “While more people are using mobile devices, there are
many environments where desktop products simply make sense, and these
latest Lenovo products showcase how our new innovations are leading in
this space. We believe all-in-one is the future of desktops, so we
created the ThinkCentre M90z to deliver everything large enterprise
customers need; uncompromised performance, customised ergonomic features
and a full web conferencing experience.”
Besides this all-in-one PC, Lenovo is also introducing two new ‘first of their kind’ monitors. The first port replicator monitor, the Lenovo L2230x wide provides full port replication via USB, providing notebook computers with greater convenience and productivity in the workspace. The ThinkVision L2321x wide (Duo), the first ‘dual’ display monitor, allows a single screen to be split into two for running legacy applications using a widescreen display.
Finally, the company will also roll out new ThinkStations – the C20 and C20x. The C20’s provide an ultra-compact size, being 46 percent smaller than competitive offerings. Its small size allows for more ThinkStation workstations to be installed in a rack or trader desk. An analyst can also attach and run up to 16 monitors. New Lenovo-developed technologies onboard include a patented slim, rotatable optical drive and a tri-channel cooling system.
The workstations offer choices of Intel Xeon 5600 Series processors, up to 96 GB of DDR3 memory on the C20x with 12 available DIMM slots, up to two NVIDIA FX4800 class graphics, native SAS support on theC20x, and certified for compatibility with SBFI Trading and Control Room Furniture
The ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one desktop will be available from June 28, 2010 through business partners and on www.lenovo.com.au. Pricing starts at $1,899. The ThinkStation C20 and C20x workstations will be available in mid-June starting at $2,899. The Lenovo L2230x Wide and ThinkVision L2321x Wide monitor will be available in mid-July through the web and business partners and are priced at $389 and $419, respectively.