Lenovo ThinkCentre M910Z All-In-One, It’s Well-Made and Great for Business

At just $809 to start, this new all-in-one (AIO) PC scored great benchmark rankings as a perfect workplace machine, custom built with business-friendly features and a variety of configurations for any consumer’s needs. Not only that, but the ThinkCentre M910Z is also packed with tool-free maintenance access to a variety of security components for boosting either your organization’s efficiency and productivity, or your own. Lenovo wanted to push efficiency to an entirely different caliber here. With an Intel Core i5 CPU processor inside, the ThinkCentre M910Z works with lightning fast technology, handling both media, image and very large files effortlessly.

Unlike other premium AIOs, such as the Dell Inspiron 24 7459, with a nearly identical display size and Full HD panel, Lenovo constructed its body primarily out of ABS plastic, rather than the more popular aluminum chassis. This was done in order to keep the cost down, yet in no way compromises the high-quality focus of its beautiful 16:9 ratio,1080p resolution with side-to-side wide viewing angles (178 degrees both horizontally and vertically).

The 23.8in, LED display, Lenovo ThinkCentre M910Z AIO features a touchscreen with 10-point multitouch input. Inside, you'll happily find a vPro-enabled 7th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU (up to the i7-7700 at 3.6Ghz / 4 cores / 8MB cache), plus integrated Intel HD graphics 630. The hard drive holds up to 256GB of M.2 PCIe SSD, and an 8GB 2400MHz of DDR4 RAM. To be expected, the device runs Windows 10 Professional, and with all of the above, can comfortably and hastily tackle spreadsheets, multiple presentations for work; and of course, photo editing and media streaming.

Prioritizing your private data, providing better performance and display quality than you’d get in just a regular desktop, the ThinkCentre M910Z also sports Ultraflex lI Stand, providing adaptation to your comfort. The ability to view at any angle with tilt, height and swivel functionality makes the PC as comfortable as a laptop with free range of motion. There are also built-in stereo speakers, a DVD-writer drive, embedded TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) for its security chip, ERP (Energy-Related Products) Lot 3, GreenGuard, and UL Environmental SPC Gold as its staple means of energy compliance.

There’s no separate power adapter, yet a standard AC cable connects the computer to an outlet. Alongside 2 USB 3.1 ports, there is a SD card reader, and headphone/mic jack on the left side, with the backside containing 4 more USB 3.1 ports, a DisplayPort, and a Gigabit Ethernet port. Finally, the WLAN adapter consists of Intel’s popular 8265 Wireless-AC, along with its Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity. This computer may not be the most premium, ultra-sleek device we’ve seen of its kind, but it is conveniently compact (with a depth measuring around 255mm or 10 inches, and a total weight of about 22.71 pounds), making it perfect for the crunched workplace environment. Doing away with the tower alone, sets this desktop apart from what many offices have been accustomed to.

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