Conclusion: Reviewing this PC feels somewhat like reviewing a bulldozer based on how quickly it whips around a race track. The result is poor, but then again, that’s not really the point. Consumers who’ve bought ThinkPads in the past may think that this ThinkCentre will be equally sensitive to their needs.
Conclusion: The Core i5's integrated graphics are adequate for productivity and PowerPoint, but they keep the Lenovo from being a suitable workstation for video editors or CAD professionals, let alone satisfying serious gamers.
Excerpt: In our test configuration, the business-oriented M90z is overkill for most office tasks. Configuration options, however, can bring down the price while still delivering a peppy big-screen office PC.
Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One Review
20 September 2010
Excerpt: A few months back we reviewed the Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z, a 19″ All-in-one PC. We discovered that the A70z is a capable, well made PC geared towards Small ...
Pros: Space saving energy efficient design, great performance, multi-touch display option extends the system’s possibilities, built-to last even in tough work environments, tool-less design allows for easy upgrades, allows for quick and easy set-ups, 3 year on-site warranty is standard, mic with noise ...
Cons: Speakers are not equipped for serious music playback, no 3D card option, webcam does not provide very good image quality, despite a higher priced system there are no eSata, USB 3.0 or Firewire ports
Conclusion: The Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z desktop is a conglomeration of innovative features, all mixed together to give you a very good all-in-one PC for business users. If you "get" or need touch computing in your business, this is the one to get.
Pros: Compact all-in-one form factor. Full 1080p HD display. VGA in. Dual monitor support. Simple multi-touch interface. Intelligent mix of desktop and notebook components. Multiple stand options. Easy to service.
Cons: Matte screen dulls colors on videos. No eSATA. A couple of trialware/bloatware programs. External DVI requires an adapter.
Conclusion: U nlike the a70z reviewer, I am not too big of a fan of all-in-ones, but the M90z has really won be over. That's not to say the system is without flaws. Inherent in all-in-one systems, there is a limited amount of customization and upgrades you are able to do to the system.
Pros: Compact All-In-One design, Convenient access to all computer components, Built-in webcam, Easy to move the computer from place to place, Windows 7 Enhanced Experience, Energy Star 5.0 Compliant, Additional Mounting Option, Toolbox Software
Cons: Webcam only 2 Megapixel, Costly as configured, No DVI
Summary: The Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z is a quiet, easy-to-upgrade all-in-one PC with a large, high resolution screen and a generous warranty. We wish it came with more RAM and hard disk space as standard. We also wish it was easier to tilt and swivel with more accessible ports.
Summary: Lenovo selv har kun indrettet alt i én-computeren med det såkaldte Simple Tap-system, hvor et tryk på skærmen fremkalder trykfølsomme “fliser”, der fx giver adgang til volumenkontrol med mere.
Pros: Trykfølsom skærm
Cons: For lidt hukommelse, Dårlig mus og tastatur, Ingen USB 3.0, Intet trådløst netværk