Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops Price List in Philippines December 2016
Latest Reviews for Lenovo ThinkCentre
Keeping my old lenovo PC , the oldest and common type of computer last few years ago, for the first time use of my lenovo desktop , since Dual core for the past few years is already good, I can say ...Read more
- Rating : 2.6
- Review by Ere Pataas
- Date : Mar 15, 2015
Already poor processor and the software getting worst already it hang and it keeps loading every time I open it..Its hard to use the keyboard functions very slow , the motion is too slow this lenovo ...Read more
- Rating : 1.9
- Review by ig.chua.divine
- Date : Feb 24, 2015
Meron kasi akong konting business na internet shop so naghahanap ako ng mga computer na mura pero okay yung quality kasi yung connection ko nagadepende din sa system ng computer na gamit kaya ito ...Read more
- Rating : 4.1
- Review by Zip Ho Yes
- Date : Feb 16, 2015
Latest Topics for Lenovo ThinkCentre
Since I dont know what is INtel core processor means , Can you please tell me how this processor different from other processor? Is it windows problem or what , Please help me guys..
- Last updated : May 24, 2015
- Posted by Nora658
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About Lenovo ThinkCentre
Lenovo ThinkCentre fits in wherever you want it to
Lenovo ThinkCentre is a range of business-oriented computers that was first brought to the market by IMB and later acquired by Lenovo. This lineup consists of mid to high range of machines that offer various types of configurations specifically suited for particular type of work. First ThinkCentre desktop was launched by IBM in 2003 to reignite their share of the Personal computer market. All the models, namely- S50, M50 and A50p were equipped with Intel Pentium 4 processors and used chassis made by reinforced steel. In the Philippines, this lineup is modestly popular owing to the rapidly growing IT industry.
Features of Lenovo ThinkCentre
Some of the notable models of Lenovo ThinkCentre and their specifications are as follows: Chromebox Tiny: As the name hints, this is a small sized desktop computer that runs on Google Chrome Operating System. It was created with the intention of service the education and business sector. This desktop is so small that the monitors can be placed on walls using a VESA mount. In addition, there are two USB 3.0 ports on the front and two on its rear.
ThinkCentre M83 Tiny: This model was released in 2014 and is powered by Intel core i5 processor, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Ethernet port and five USB 3.0 ports. The specialty of this model is its customizable port that can be integrated with a serial port, USB port, DisplayPort jack and HDMI port.
ThinkCentre A60: This model was released in August 2009, and was the first ThinkCentre device to use AMD processors. These desktops went through rigorous testing, and were given a rating of EPEAT silver, which indicates that all safety conditions regarding environment protect has been made while manufacturing.
ThinkCentre A58 and M58e: These are the latest in offering models that came in a highly compact form and were meant for small or medium businesses. The desktops were both available in small-form factor and tower versions.
Popularity in the Philippines
Lenovo, being one of the best producers and marketers of Computer and networking solutions, enjoys great esteem in most parts of the world that includes Philippines. Lenovo ThinkCentre series is the amalgamation of clever computing and precise engineering that outshines many other pre-existing devices in the market, both in terms of power and performance. Those with space constraints can go and buy any one of the models and watch their business grow.