Lenovo sent out word today that they’ve updated their ThinkCentre offerings, with four new models. The new models feature optional multi-touch screens, improved cable management, and new mounting options courtesy of the ThinkCentre UltraFlex Stand. There are also a couple new desktop models announced today. All of the new models feature Intel’s latest 4th Generation Core processors, with optional discrete graphics and solid state hybrid drives (SSHD). Lenovo continues to see healthy growth in the AIO business sector, with 25% year-to-year growth of the market and 4.3 million units shipped during the past year; Lenovo accounts for 30% of the AIO market, and the new ThinkCentre models look to continue that trend. Let’s go through the offerings. The E93z is a 21.5” AIO with...
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