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Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z

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Overall 6
6.0

Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Review

Digitaltrends
28 October 2011
  • 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. It’s not.
  • Pros: Simple, rugged design, Easy access VESA mount, Almost no bloatware, 3-year standard warranty with on-site support
  • Cons: Bland aesthetics, Average display, Poor audio quality, Outdated hardware
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Lenovo ThinkCenter M90z All-In-One Review

i4u.com
31 December 2010
  • Excerpt: Quote from review: "Lenovo has been making a push in touch-enabled products as of late. A few months back , we tested one of the company 's first touchscreen-enabled ThinkPad notebooks (and an IdeaPad , for that matter ). Regardless, the company isn't exactly a household name when it comes to touch-enabled products, but with Windows 7's built in touch capabilities, the cost of entry is now lower perhaps, save for the cost of a touch-capable panel.
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Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One Review

Chip Chick
26 December 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 cancellation is perfect for VOIP calls without headsets, green friendly packaging, convenient top switch to disable camera ensures privacy when needed
  • 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
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Overall 9
8.7
Value for money 6
6.0
Features 10
10
Performance 10
10

Desktop PC Review: Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z

HardwareCentral
21 October 2010
  • 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. The system puttered through the Heaven benchmark at 2.3 frames per second and Cinebench R11.5 's OpenGL animation at 1.9 fps, with a 3DMark06 score of 1,376 at its native 1,920 by 1,080 resolution.
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
28 September 2010
  • 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.
  • Pros: Speedy Core i5 CPU, Sterling productivity-app performance, Uncluttered design, Easily upgradable
  • Cons: Expensive versus competition, Tested model was overpowered for most office work
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Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Review

HotHardware
19 August 2010
  • Conclusion: In our SiSoftware SANDRA tests, the ThinkCentre M90z was competitive, but didn't stand out, which is to be expected for a mid-range AIO machine. The CPU was without a doubt the system's strong point, as the 3.2GHz Core i5-630 managed to power through CPU intensive benchmarks, and in everyday use, it was plenty powerful for churning through typical desktop/Office tasks. The weak spot, as expected, was the GPU.
  • Pros: Beautiful 23" 1080p display, Nice touch response, No extra power brick required, Fits great into office settings, Solid overall performance
  • Cons: No reason to use the touch panel, Design is a little dated, No keyboard hot keys, No discrete GPU, Tray-load DVD drive, Expensive compared to rivals
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Overall 9
9.2

Lenovo ThinkCentre m90z All-In-One

Active Network
11 January 2011
  • 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. The 23" monitor can't be beat, and if you need the extra monitor size, as well as added performance, choose this over the A70z.
  • 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
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Overall 8
7.5

Lenovo's M90z has an excellent touchscreen, but would benefit from better configuration options

Good Gear Guide.au
2 January 2011
  • Summary: Lenovo's ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one touchscreen PC is designed primarily for business users. The multitouch touchscreen uses optical technology and it had excellent accuracy during our tests -- you can even use it while wearing gloves. However, the overall configuration of the PC is a bit of a letdown considering its price.
  • Pros: Excellent touchscreen responsiveness, tool-less case, DisplayPort, good CPU speed
  • Cons: Multi-touch gestures were a little too sensitive, only 2GB RAM, no option for fast 3D graphics, relatively small capacity hard drive, DVD burner and SD card slot can be inconvenient to access
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Overall 8
8.0

Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z review

PC Advisor
8 October 2010
  • Summary: The Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z is a 23in, all-in-one multi-touch touchscreen PC that's aimed at enterprise business users.
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Overall 8
8.0

Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z review

IT PRO
20 September 2010
  • Excerpt: The latest all-in-one PC from Lenovo may not be as stylish as an Apple iMac or a Sony Vaio, but there are still plenty of reasons to buy it as our review reveals.
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