Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktop Computers Price List in India March 2018
Latest Reviews for Lenovo ThinkCentre
I always want a desktop which would be very fast and roboust. I use this system 24 hrs but it never failed. It is just really awesome and coming to the design it is very smart design.Thank you lenovo! ...Read more
- Rating : 4.9
- Review by Lavachoor Nide
- Date : 24, Aug 2017
It is the best for designing & comfort for any user with the help of its working status. Is this very helpful to draw rhe relation between user & desktop. It runs very highly operated device .it ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by Kushal Singh Rathore
- Date : 15, Nov 2016
It is the most valuable desktop than others, but It's processing speed is very good, graphics also good, it's useful for home office and cafe as your time of use.antivirus most usedful for all ...Read more
- Rating : 3.3
- Review by Naresh Kumar Behera
- Date : 24, Oct 2016
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About Lenovo ThinkCentre
The ThinkCentre line of all-in-ones and tower desktops are Lenovo’s mid/high-range PC offerings besides the budget Essentials and IdeaCentre lines. These business lines of desktops serve as a perfect means to get the best out of computing.
History of Lenovo ThinkCentre
The ThinkCentre lineup of desktops was launched by IBM in 2003. The first of the IBM ThinkCentre desktops were the M50, S50 and A50p, all of them featuring the high-end Pentium processors back then. Lenovo then acquired IBM’s PC business in 2005 and added several other lineups to the series, most notably the E series.
To date, the E/Edge lineup is still available, with the addition of the M lineup as well. A Chromebox model was recently added to the list as well.
Popularity in India
Lenovo has been among the topmost PC brands in the Indian market and has a very good market share in the country as well. The company has always been known to offer budget friendly and affordable PCs, whether it is notebooks or desktops.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre series is however, marketed along higher lines, and range from mid range to high-end desktops for enterprises and businesses alike. Lenovo also offers very good after sales support through numerous service centers across the entire country.
Design of Lenovo ThinkCentre
Lenovo ThinkCentre desktops are available in the form of tower models, micro desktops and all-in-one form factors.
The tower models come in a mix of space saving and SFF towers, thereby occupying less space on desks. Also, the chassis features a metal construction, with very slim design. The all-in-one desktops have an IPS LED non-touch/multi-touch HD+/FHD display that usually range from 19.5 to 23 inches. Besides, it also houses all of the components at the back of the display panel.
Features of Lenovo ThinkCentre
The Lenovo ThinkCentre series has three different lineups. These are the A, E/Edge and M lineups. All the three lineups consist of all-in-one and tower desktops, with the M series, having a micro desktop offering as well.
All the ThinkCentre lineups come with Intel/AMD A-Series processors. The Intel processors, Celeron, Pentium and Core i3/i5/i7, are used and they have the fourth or fifth generation architectures. A discrete AMD Radeon GPU of 2GB is optional in many of the high-end offerings.
A minimum of 4GB RAM is provided with the models, though there is scope for expansion. Certain models also feature up to 16/32GB of primary memory. You can also expect 500GB to 2TB of HDD storage. SSD storage is also offered in certain models, up to 256GB, and SSHD up to 1TB.
ThinkCentre PCs have various connectivity options. As with most models, WLAN and Bluetooth are offered. Alongside, you can expect USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, HDMI ports, Ethernet ports, VGA ports, 7-in-1 card reader, headphone/mic jack, and more. Some all-in-ones also have NFC support and 2MP HD webcam.
A mouse/keyboard combo, wireless in some, is also provided. All desktops of the ThinkCentre series run Windows 7 or 8/8.1.
Lenovo recently launched the Stick 300 in India. The device comes with 2GB of RAM, storage slot up to 32GB, wireless connectivity, two USB ports and a HDMI port. It also runs Windows 8.1 out of the box.