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Lenovo's Sleek All-in-One PC Boasts IT Appeal

PCs are functional productivity machines, but there hasn't been too much to get excited about when it come to design outside of the much smaller form factors that have largely supplanted the earlier big tower designs.

Over the years a number of PC companies have come out with all-in-one designs, combining the monitor with the computer, though these have mainly been aimed at consumers. CIO Update has the latest on a new all-in-one offering from Lenovo that includes IT manageability features.


When was the last time anyone chatted about the cool new PC in the office? Chances are it's been a while. The new generation of smartphones and even newer iPad, tablet get most of the "oohs" and "ahs" around the water cooler these days while desktop computers have largely been a functional, if boring, commodity.

Lenovo hopes to change that perception, not just in design but with new functionality.

The sleek, ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one (AIO) desktop sports a 23-inch touchscreen display. The system is available with a choice of Intel Core i5 or i3 processors, DDR3 memory and hard drive or solid-state storage as well as a DVD player and optional WiFi/Bluetooth connectivity.

The computer also includes a Webcam for video conferencing. In response to security concerns by some customers, notably one in a nuclear facility, Lenovo said it designed the Webcam with an on/off switch.

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Lenovo Brings Pizzazz Back to PC Design