Today, Lenovo is unveiling their new M92p line of business-oriented desktops. The M92p seems like a reasonable new iteration of the past, but the M92p Tiny? It may be awesomely small, but it packs some of today’s hottest tech.
Based on the surprisingly popular IdeaCentre Q line of Lenovo desktops, the M92p Tiny is no nettop. This machine is the first of its kind that manages to pack in Intel vPro along with 3rd generation Intel Core CPUs. That means dual- or quad-core core i5 processors and better. Ivy Bridge power in one of the smallest desktops on the market!
Pack in a few DisplayPort dongles, and Lenovo is promising customers that they’ll be able to hook up a whopping FOUR displays, all at the same time. That’s a stunning achievement for a desktop of this size. At a press event recently, Lenovo showed off the attractive new machine, and the name fits.
See the picture on the front page? That’s to scale – which means this thing is smaller than a few golf balls. You’ll be able to configure the M92p Tiny with either super speedy flash storage in the form of an SSD, or go with more afforadble regular hard drives. Security mavens will be assuaged by the TPM Security Chips.
The new M72e Tiny will be available in June starting at $499, while the M92p Tiny will hit the same day, but start at $799.