Lenovo Equips ThinkCentre M Desktops with 8th Gen Intel
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
Available in Desktop Tower and Mini-Desktop Form Factor
Lenovo has launched their new additions to the ThinkCentre M series enterprise PCs, available in both tower and micro-desktop variants. These will be using Intel’s latest Coffee Lake 8th gen Core processors and brings more connectivity options.
What Can Users Expect from these New ThinkCentre M Models?
As the name suggests, the tower option is a typical expandable mid-tower option for businesses. New models include the M920 and M720, equipped with Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C connectivity. In the case of the M920, Lenovo also provides an Intel vPro option. These tower PCs also come with a physical chassis e-Lock and TPM security chip for tamper-proof protection.
Meanwhile, the micro-desktop variants are ideal for space-constrained offices. The new models include the M920x, M920q and M720q. These micro versions come with various stand kits as well as mounting options for installation behind displays.
Obviously, these are not as modular or upgradable as the regular desktop version. Although they are still very capable and have with multi-monitor support, as well as USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 (optional via expansion on the M920) connectivity. The M920x version even comes with a discrete GPU option. Although the M720 also provides two separate options for having either quad Network interface card or serial expansion port.
How Much Are these Lenovo ThinkCentre M Desktop PCs?
Lenovo has not revealed any pricing information yet. However, more information should surface closer to the July 2018 availability date.