Summary: The ThinkCentre M92P offers impressive processor power in a tiny package, but it lacks the support of other powerful components. It's caught between aspiring to be a full-fledged desktop and trying to be a high-quality media machine. Unfortunately, the lack of a Blu-ray drive, HDMI, stereo output, and especially Wi-Fi handicaps it in pursuing the latter goal.
Conclusion: Sure, expansion room is severely limited, as with any small-form-factor desktop, and your options are also limited when configuring an M92p Tiny model for order. Even so, the littlest ThinkCentre is a capable choice for not only the enterprise but for medium-size and even small businesses, though market momentum is swinging away from SFF desktops to all-in-one designs such as Lenovo's own ThinkCentre M92z, available in 20- and 23-inch screen sizes (with the latter in...
Pros: Incredibly small chassis, Strong security and remote-management features, Nearly silent during operation, Respectable application performance, Three-year onsite warranty
Cons: Little to no room for expansion, Bundled keyboard feels like an old IBM holdover
Conclusion: Mini PCs represent a niche in any market, but the argument for them in the workspace isn't at all straightforward. Here we'd be more likely to back the concept of an all-in-one PC over a system like this, just because it's a neater overall solution. If you have specific screen needs, then we could see an argument for something like this, but if you have a big screen, you probably want better performance than this system can muster.
Summary: The Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P Tiny is a small form factor PC that comes in a tiny package and sips minimal energy, but suffers from an unresolved identity crisis. Here's our Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P review.