Lenovo today rolled out its brand new ThinkCentre M92p desktop PC, a one-liter rig that's no wider than a golf ball (34.5mm), and purportedly the only Intel vPro-enabled system in this size category. The tiny form factor allows the M92p to fit into just about home office nook or work space cranny while still packing the performance punch of up to an Intel 3rd Generation Core vPro processor.
It doesn't have to end up on a desk, either. The M92p can be mounted to a wall or shoved under a desk. It supports up to four monitors in Mosaic Mode or three independent displays without the need for a discrete graphics card.
"Lenovo’s tiny form factor ThinkCentre M92p desktop PC illustrates the fact that there is still room for innovation on desktop platforms," said Zane Ball, general manager of Intel Desktop Platforms. "Lenovo has taken advantage of the unprecedented performance and power reduction improvements of our upcoming 3rd Generation Intel Core vPro processor family, which will enable the industry to build smaller, thinner PCs that are more secure, powerful and power-efficient."
Lenovo also announced a new M72e desktop similar to the M92p, a ThinkCentre M92z all-in-one system (20-inch and 23-inch models available), and a 23-inch ThinkVision LT2323z IPS monitor that is the first to be qualified by Microsoft Lync.
Pricing for the M72e, M92p, M92z, and LT2323z start at $499, $799, $799, and $399.99, respectively.