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8.4 out of 10

Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z

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Silent PC
29 October 2012
  • Summary: Overall, the Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z (3311B3U) is an excellent all-in-one PC with most of the fundamental qualities we look for. The hardware inside packs more than enough punch for most users including a blistering Ivy Bridge processor. Our only real performance complaint is the lack of an SSD or rather an affordable SSD option. A 64GB drive for an additional US$220 is ridiculous considering you can get twice as much capacity for half the price on the open market.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
10 October 2012
  • Conclusion: You can find better choices, in terms of multi-touch support and a more flexible display, for those who spend most of their day using or developing touch applications. But for basic office use where touch is simply an added bonus, you'll come to enjoy the plain but highly functional ThinkCentre M92z.
  • Pros: Competitive performance, Quiet operation, Stellar Webcam performance, Bundled keyboard and mouse are pleasant surprises, Three-year warranty
  • Cons: Two-point touch support insufficient for Windows 8, Display cannot be laid completely flat, Drab design
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Overall 6
6.0

Lenovo ThinkCentre M92 review

v3.co.uk
29 October 2012
  • Summary: The ThinkCentre M92 is designed as a workhorse PC capable of running everyday business applications. It may not be glamorous, but it is fit for purpose as a PC for reception desks or other environments where space is at a premium.
  • Pros: Compact desktop chassis, internal access for maintenance, can drive multiple displays
  • Cons: No vPro support in M92 version
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Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z review

ZDNet
10 October 2012
  • Summary: Summary: The ThinkCentre M92z is a good-quality business-grade 23in. all-in-one computer. To get the most out of it, though, you may need a better-specified model than the entry-level system reviewed here.
  • Pros: 23in. matte IPS screen with good viewing angles, DisplayPort in and out, Power-frugal, Quiet in operation
  • Cons: Non-vPro Core i3 CPU, Integrated graphics, Moderate performance
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