Lenovo’s New Enterprise Workhorse ThinkCentre
Lenovo business partners have a new “Black Box” to sell to the enterprise. Lenovo is unleashing the ThinkCentre M75e upon the world, positioning the computer for large enterprises and complex business tasks. Here’s some background.
Lenovo’s corporate blog, The Lenovo Files, says the M75e was designed to handle workloads in large-scale environments, in governmental, education and enterprise workplaces. It’s outfitted with an AMD CPU, with Phenom II or Athlon II options. Lenovo, as they’ve done in the past, has gone with AMD in an effort to reduce the price but provide a solid dollar-per-power ratio.
Lenovo has built the M75e to support dual display standard, and Lenovo happily notes that you can add a video card easily for quad-display. The industry widely accepts dual-monitors improve productivity, and blogger Steve St. Amant, (product manager for the ThinkCentre team in North America) quips that you should try it if you haven’t already.
The Lenovo Enhanced Experience comes standard with the box, which means you’ll be privy to faster boot up and shutdown times. The relatively slim box is expandable to 16GB of RAM and even provides USB disablement (for IT security purposes).
Business partners can start selling it now.