Deciding it was time for its line of PCs aimed at the enterprise market to be expanded, it developed what it calls the ThinkCentre M75e desktop, although, technically, there are two of these desktops, set apart form each other mainly by their choice of form factor.The ThinkCentre M75e is powered by the AMD platform, the available CPU options belonging to either the Sempron, Athlon II or Phenom II lines.
Whichever CPU from Advanced Micro Devices happens to be chosen by end-users will end up backed up by a solid amount of memory, of up to 16GB to be exact.
Of course, the base configurations settle for much less, in this case 2GB PC3-10600 1333MHz UDIMM (1 DIMM) RAM.
This should ensure that any office computing tasks can be carried out without any sort of issues and with great haste whenever required.
Additionally, storage is provided by a hard disk drive, whose internal capacity can be of 250 GB, 320 GB or even 500 GB.
Lenovo also threw in integrated graphics, or more powerful add-in solutions, such as the NVIDIA Quadro FX380 or the GeForce 310 adapters.
The company also implemented all necessary connectivity and I/O options, such as Gigabit Ethernet and the common USB and audio ports.
The entire configuration is kept running by a power supply of 240W and handled by the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional operating system.
Finally, the company decided to appeal to wider range of prospective purchasers by releasing two form factors.
What this means is that all of the aforementioned hardware can be crammed inside either a Mini Tower or a chassis that features the small form factor (SFF).
The starting price of the Lenovo ThinkCentre M75e is of a more or less humble $504 and, the system has already been listed on the official website.