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Lenovo debuts ThinkCentre M90z 23-inch All-in-One PC

Posted on Thursday, June 10 2010 @ 19:09:04 CEST by

Lenovo announced the ThinkCentre M90z, a 23" All-in-One business PC with Intel's latest Core i5 and i3 processors.
The ThinkCentre M90z packs the full performance of a traditional desktop in a slick 23-inch display for beauty and brains. It 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 player and optional WiFi/Bluetooth. The space-saving, slim AIO can fit just about anywhere in a home or office by using one of the optional ergonomic stands: frame, height adjustable, extended arm or wall mount arm.

And here the Center for Severe Weather Research takes the M90z out on the road tornado chasing.

The M90z also takes web conferencing to a higher level with a number of optional features that give it both style and substance:

* Optical touchscreen that can be easily cleaned/Lenovo SimpleTap interface included
* Array microphone for clear audio with mute button
* Web camera switch for physical control of the camera
* Autobrightness control to intelligently save energy
* Touch capacitive monitor buttons for elegant convenience

While the M90z saves space and fights clutter on the desk, for IT departments, it includes a full complement of manageability features to make it the first AIO built for large businesses. Lenovo’s ThinkVantage Technologies productivity tools are included, and the M90z supports Intel vPro and Lenovo’s Hardware Password Manager for encrypted hard drives. Additionally, users can easily remove the back to upgrade the AIO.
The ThinkCentre M90z will start at $899.



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