Lenovo’s M75e AMD-Powered ThinkCentre Handles Quad Independent Displays



screenshot 096 Lenovos M75e AMD Powered ThinkCentre Handles Quad Independent Displays



We recently reviewed the Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one system. Now Lenovo is set to release another PC in their M Series, the ThinkCentre M75e Desktop PC which is aimed at businesses that want a really affordable, but reliable system that doesn’t sacrifice much in the performance department. Some of the key features of the upcoming M75e is that out of the box you can hook up 2 to 4 independent displays. This ability is specific to the AMD 760 chipset with DirectX technology and the system accomplishes a dual display set up by sporting both an analog VGA and DVI digital input. The M75e is also the first M series PC to run on AMD processors along with the ATI Radeon HD 3000 integrated graphics card. This is the lowest cost ThinkCentre solution for those looking for a dual independent display. In November, once AMD releases the ATI HD5450 Graphics card, Lenovo will offer the M75e with the ATI HD5450 Graphics card, which will allow the system to accommodate 4 independent displays.

The M75e is also designed to save a business money by being green – the system is all about minimizing power consumption

and helping companies save money on energy bills. This system is actually 16% more energy efficient than the Energy Star 5.0 certification, plus 65% of the system is made of recycled post consumer content. It’s also made of reduced toxic materials, so that eventually down the line, the system doesn’t hurt the environment when it’s dumped. The system’s chassis is also neat in that it’s tool-less. That includes a tool-less cover and even a tool-less motherboard.

Lenovo says that the M75e will offer more bang for the buck than any product in its class. To that effect, the system can be expanded with up-to 16GB of ram (4 DIMMs DDR3 Memory). It’s also the first ThinkCentre offering a boot up speed of under 30 seconds.

Pricing for the m75e starts at $299 for the basic system, with more powerful system configurations starting at $529. Within the coming weeks, we’ll have a full review of the M75e along with a giveaway.

Update 12/10/10: Check out our Lenovo ThinkCentre M75e Review

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