Lenovo is finally making the official introduction of its new systems powered by Intel's Ivy Bridge central processor series.
Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs have been selling for over a week and, finally, Lenovo has formally launched its new ThinkCentre systems.
The company did its best
to cover as much of the consumer and business market as possible, revealing conventional desktops, as well as all-in-ones and even a Tiny PC, where Tiny is the name of the brand.
We may as well go into a little detail here: the ThinkCentre M92p Tiny is as thick as a golf ball (1.4 inches) and can easily be installed at the back of a monitor. A third-generation Intel Core chip is backed by an SSD and vPro technology.
The price will be of $799 / 613 Euro when shipments start, in June, and there will be a lower-end M72e too, for $499 / 383 Euro.
The 21.5-inch ThinkCentre Edge M92z is the star of the all-in-one collection, with a thin frame (2.5 inches) and an IPD LCD, plus multi-touch and up to 1 TB HDD storage space. July is when it will begin shipping, for $699 / 536.20 Euro.
Lenovo will have 20- and 23-inch versions of the M92z AIO out as well, even earlier than the one above (June). Buyers will have to part with $799 / 613 Euro or more.
Finally, Lenovo will ship the 20-inch M72z AIO in June ($599 / 459 Euro) and, for those who just need the PC main unit separate from the screen, the ThinkCentre Edge 72 and M82 desktops are inbound too. In that order, they have prices of $439 / 337 Euro and $599 / 459 Euro.
The ThinkVision LT2323z display is bundled with the screen-less systems, though buyers can choose not to get it. It is an IPS monitor with a Lync VoIP-certified webcam and noise-cancelling microphone. No price has been given for it.