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Lenovo Announces New ThinkCentre M Series Desktops

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Lenovo announces new ThinkCentre M series desktops featuring the latest 8th generation Intel Core (Coffee Lake) processor with vPro capability, the updated M series desktops offer a clean and sleek business black chassis with reduced depth for smaller work-spaces. The updated M series adds new features for a better end-user experience. PCIe expansion cards, like Thunderbolt or discrete graphics, offer investment protection; chassis E-Lock protects key components inside the chassis by detecting unauthorized intrusion and locking the chassis from inside and Smart Power-On, available on select models, allows users to press Alt + P to power up a desktop that is out of reach.

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The Tiny series shrinks everything down to a one-liter form factor, now with even more expansion options. The M720 and M920 Tiny family will mark the industry’s first one-liter form factor desktop with PCIe expansion options. The M720 Tiny will have two separate options for either quad Network Interface Card or Serial port expansion. In addition, the M920 Tiny family will add a Thunderbolt port expansion option and the M920x Tiny will also support a discrete graphics option.

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Different mount and stand kits along with multi-monitor capability allow users to adapt to a variety of use cases such as point-of-sale retail, financial institutions or other space-constrained environments. The versatile Tiny-in-One displays can transform your Tiny PC into a touch-enabled all-in-one PC. Simply tuck the M series Tiny into the back of the display and within seconds you’ll have a modular solution that is simple to deploy.

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