Lenovo Launches ThinkCenter M77 Desktops

Lenovo has launched the ThinkCenter M77 range of desktops. The desktop are available beginning at the end of October through the company’s online store, and retail business partners. Pricing for models starts at approximately $439.

The ThinkCentre M77 desktop boots up in less than 30 seconds, says the company. It also comes equipped with SATA III and optional AMD Radeon discrete graphics. The ThinkCentre M77 desktop can support up to four displays, including its primary monitor. Additionally, it includes DisplayPort for exporting high definition video content to view on another device, while retaining VGA output for standard video. Other features include, up to 16 GB high speed DDR3 memory, up to 1 TB hard drive storage and up to 8 USB ports and a DVD player. The ThinkCentre M77 desktop also features USB port disablement and well as TPM 1.2 encryption.

Tom Shell (Vice president and general manager, Commercial Desktop Business Unit, Lenovo): Previously, this level of processing performance has only been available in premium PCs.


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