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.
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...
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
Conclusion: The Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z is a very good Windows 7 all-in-one business desktop with a responsive two-point touch screen and quad-core power. Unfortunately, Windows 8 is right around the corner with new requirements that the system doesn't quite match.
Pros: DisplayPort-in and DisplayPort-out. USB 3.0 ports on side. Internal power supply. Shutter on webcam. Good physical buttons on front panel. Function keys default to usable functions. Comfortable keyboard. 8GB of memory.
Cons: Only two-point touch. Raised bezel. Single-band Wi-Fi.
Summary: Overall, the Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z is a great choice for users in need of a strong, smart business system. The screen is large enough and eminently usable, thanks to its touchable antiglare properties, the hardware can rival any other office system (though it's not a good choice for playing...
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