Lenovo launches ThinkCentre M70e Desktop

Posted: September 5, 2010 in Tech

Lenovo Philippines launched the ThinkCentre M70e desktop that gives customers a new, stylish design with powerful processing capabilities without breaking the bank. Its platform is built with advanced features for greater expandability, stability and manageability for large business customers.

The M70e tower is ergonomically designed, taking into account how people interact with their PCs today. As the workplace shrinks and open floor plans thrive, PC towers that used to live on top of desks are now typically stowed underneath, completely changing the ergonomics.

Features of ThinkCentre M70e desktop include:

• Intel Core 2 Quad processor
• Choices of NVIDIA GeForce FX380 Quadro or Intel integrated GMA X4500 graphics
• High speed DDR3 memory up to 4 GB. Large hard drives up to 500 GB and up to 1 TB in M70e
• Gigabit Ethernet
• DVD burner
• Suite of Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools including Rescue and Recovery and System Update

It also includes an optional chassis intrusion switch and USB port disablement for extra security measures along with a stable hardware platform1 and greater expandability featuring an 8-1 card reader and up to eight USB and multiple serial ports. The M70e also helps customers control energy costs: It is GREENGUARD certified, meets Energy Star 5.0 specifications2 and is ready under the Energy Using Products label. Customers can use Lenovo’s included Power Manager utility to set and monitor desktop energy usage and can opt to use an 85% efficient power supply.

  1. Drip Tray : says:

    dvd burners these days are very cheap, i hope that blue ray burners will become cheaper too *

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