Summary: Used this as a low-end htpc for our guest bedroom. Didn't want something that stood out, but that still had the ability to function as a guest PC/television. This unit is pefect, and with it's small wireless form factor, is the ideal choice with minimal intrrconnects needed.
Summary: I bought this computer for my fantasy baseball and Craig's list-crazy father-in-law. Set up was very easy, and the only complaint I've heard in his first month of using it was that it didn't come with any games (e.g. Spider Solitaire, Hearts). He is really enjoying the improvement in speed over his old computer. The Lenovo's small size has also created some much-needed space in his crowded condo.
Summary: My experience with this product can be described in one word. UNBELIEVABLE!! First some backround. I have owned computers of all ytpes since about 1992 and know my way around them fairly well. I have had Compaque, Dell, HP and others, desktops, laptops as well as several tablets. First when I opened the box I noticed there was no stand in it as pic indicates. OK, no biggie as I would call and see what was what.
Summary: We have rolled out quite a few of these to be used as medical devices for our healthcare clients (these and the models with the Core i5 CPU). There's really nothing not to like about them other than a strange issue that's been consistent with Windows Updates. When attempting to install more than ~15 at a time, the system will claim to have successfully installed the updates, but upon reboot, it will say that the update process failed and the system is reverting back to a...
Summary: This is a great business machine at a great price. We keep most of our files and run our apps in the cloud, but even if we didn't this tiny PC would still get the job done. It has all the specs of a larger machine at a fraction of the price. Great connectivity too.
Summary: At 7 x 7, it is a "tiny" PC. So far I have to say it fits very well behind a TV and performs well. Just wanted to point out a few set-up experiences. This PC does not have any DVD/CD drive. If you need to install any CD based software or watch DVD videos, U'd need an external DVD drive. I have done this - no problems. This PC uses a laptop like "brick" for power (has no battery)- so U'd need to be tethered to wall outlet always.
Summary: Short review of the ThinkCenter 72e - I'll update later if any salient issues / comments come. Comes with Win 7 Pro loaded and the Win 8 recovery disks if one wanted to go in that direction. A 3 year warranty too. Solid compact construction yet room for some expansion - very clean inside, relatively open to add other boards or update memory, the last requiring adjusting two components to get better access. Just two thumb screws to take off the side cover. Quiet.
Summary: We use this computer to run a display in a public area, but it is capable of much more. It replaces an early model Lenovo of similar size, but is much more well made. Comes with a quality full size keyboard and mouse as well as mounting bracket.
Summary: I have used Amazon religiously for my purchases over the last 5 years but I rarely write reviews. I have had such a positive experience with this computer and since it only has 2 reviews I figured I should definitely write one. For the price, I do not think this computer can be beat. It is extremely fast when it comes to usual office computer tasks, is extremely tiny, and runs two monitors right out of the box.