Lenovo ThinkCenter M90z

ThinkCenter M90z is a multi-touch enabled (2 touch points) all-in-one device for companies who face serious space constraints and those who want their working area to be clutter free

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Price: ₹ 59,950 (1 year warranty)

Key Specs

    Intel Core i5, 2 GB RAM, multi-touch, full HD 23-inch display, Gigabit LAN, wireless adaptor.

Bottomline: It has standard features and performance, but is a little pricey. Recommended to those who face space constraints.

Two points that came to mind when I first saw this device were: who is it targeted at? and why should you spend 60k for it? Well, let's try finding answers to these. For starters, ThinkCenter M90z is a multi-touch enabled (2 touch points) all-in-one device for companies who face serious space constraints and those who want their working area to be clutter free.

With a decent neat look and all necessary features, including built-in web cam and microphone for videoconferencing, ease of accessibility, and full HD screen size of 23”, this device can be positioned as a secondary computing device for top management or be used as a web-browsing machine in non-production areas.

Other features that are unique in M90z include tool-less chassis for quick upgradation, energy saving features like auto-sensing brightness control and power analyzer capabilities, and capability of attaching extra monitors using an onboard DisplayPort. Put to test, M90z scored as expected in most departments. It does not come with dedicated graphics but with Intel Core i5 CPU's inbuilt HD graphics most of the graphics-intensive work can be done without any hiccups. To measure graphics ability of this all-in-one we tested it with 3D Mark 06 and 3D Mark Vantage benchmarks. The machine scored 1568 and E3673 in these tests. To test overall performance, we used PC Mark Vantage benchmark and it scored 6650, which is again decent.

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