Summary: When you consider what it would cost to upgrade to win7, the cost of the computer is very little. Good way to upgrade to 7 besides machine has good speed and capacity. Cheapest way to go to 7.
Summary: Bought two one booted up fine and worked fine out ot the box. The other one would not boot up called thr support number in the box they have never returned my call We finally reinstalled windows and got it going it has a very noisy hard drive
Summary: Have purchased about a dozen of these units (directly and indirectly) for clients with older machines that used XP and were not upgradable, For a little more than the cost of a new license, said clients can continue to operate with the latest software while Microsoft gets off the win8(8.1)trip.
Summary: I needed to replace a dying XP machine that was mostly used as a backup and file server on my home network. I like everything about this machine, except it doesn't have quite as much disk space as I wanted. Plugged in a USB external 500GB drive to solve that.
Typical Lenovo quality;a fine business computer built for speed & long life
17 August 2013
Summary: Excellent home or business pc. The small form factor (SFF) case is rock solid. It opens easily and large items swing out of the way so you can access other components. It's heavy steel and very well constructed; not a cheap plastic item. The Intel dual core processor with 4 gig of ram is all you need; you can open multiple windows and run multiple programs without slowdown. The M58 is remarkably quiet, too. No loud fans or noises of any kind.
Summary: hot machine for the price. What can I say. Lenovo's are built like a tank and perform admirably. My third off lease lenovo and I have never been disappointed. Well one had to be returned for failure, but got another with no fuss. Can't do better for $220. Look at the memory, the features, the speed. Great deal.