Conclusion: Consider the ThinkCentre M93p Tiny anywhere small size and the ability to chain down or lock up the computer are paramount, and especially if you need up to three displays using two DisplayPorts.
Pros: Very small and sturdy, Runs cool and quietly, Backed by excellent docs and always-reachable support
Cons: Lacks SD card slot and HDMI port, Wired keyboard and mouse
Conclusion: The diminutive Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p Tiny works equally well in small, medium, or gargantuan sized businesses. It takes up almost no space on your desk, but is still a full-featured desktop instead of a thin client box.
Pros: Extremely compact form factor, one could say it's tiny. Five USB 3.0 ports. Multi-monitor support. Windows 7 Professional pre-installed, Windows 8 Pro also included. vPro manageability.
Cons: Need adapter for HDMI. No 5GHz Wi-Fi. No Internal expansion.
Excerpt: Mini PCs aren't just well suited to the home; they're also a great way to save space in the office. The ThinkCentre M93p is one of Lenovo's latest business-focussed mini PCs, and this high-powered system comes with almost everything you need to get started in the box.