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Lenovo ThinkCentre M75e

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Lenovo's ThinkCentre M75e + Two L1951P 19" Monitors: Enterprise Computing Bliss?

Digital Home Thoughts
12 February 2011
  • Summary: Lenovo sent me a small form factor ThinkCentre M75e desktop computer along with two Lenovo L1951P 19" monitors to check out. After looking at two of their all-in-one systems recently (the A70z and the M90z), it was a big change to look at a corporate desktop system paired with twin 19" monitors. How does the M75e measure up with two 19" monitors in tow? Is it a cost effective enterprise computer that doesn't make too many compromises?
  • Pros: 3 Ghz of quad-core power and 4 GB of RAM for under $800;, Fairly quick boot time of 36 seconds;, Dual monitor support right out of the box.
  • Cons: If you put it up on your desk, you might find it a bit loud if you have a quiet work environment;, 19" monitors seem a bit small in this age of 20"+ monitors;, Internal speaker rattles frequently.
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Lenovo ThinkCentre M75e Review

Chip Chick
31 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Lenovo’s new ThinkCentre M75e Desktop PC  is aimed at businesses looking for an affordable, but reliable system that doesn’t sacrifice much in the performance department. One of the ...
  • Pros: Compact tool-less design, capable performance, support for dual independent display out of the box, minimal bloatware, very comfy keyboard, low power consumption
  • Cons: No Webcam, performance is good but not super fast either, generous warranty
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Lenovo's ThinkCentre M75e + Two L1951P 19" Monitors: Enterprise Computing Bliss?

Digital Home Thoughts
24 January 2011
  • Summary: Lenovo sent me a small form factor desktop computer along with two Lenovo L1951P 19" monitors to check out. After looking at two of their all-in-one systems recently (the A70z and the M90z), it was a big change to look at a corporate desktop system paired with twin 19" monitors. How does the M75e measure up with two 19" monitors in tow? Is it a cost effective enterprise computer that doesn't make too many compromises?
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