Introduction, Design &features
Lenovo ThinkCentre M910z Review-As a business-minded all-in-one (AIO) PC, Lenovo ThinkCentre M910z not working for sexy, interesting features. It is not particular sponge. It is not thin. Point of Chrome? Really, now.
Instead, the ThinkCentre M910z goes to the miyetmbro Office in a belligerent chassis, support for the latest Intel platform, and a host of security features to keep data of your company. This is a pretty mix for businesses looking for an affordable, do-it-all AIO for the back office.
The Charm of the ThinkCentre M910z design is the most appreciated of those tasked with managing PCs. For starters, the chassis is unfriendly to prevent downtime and increase the ROI of it; This is achieved by a MIL-STD-810G military certification by passing a series of tests that show the evidence against temperature extremes, humidity, sand, dust, vibration, and physical shock. One more thing, the system of 7th generation “Kaby Lake” CPU is the Intel vPro and Active Management Technology remote maintenance and management. Trusted module Platform (TPM) solution is also on board, which offers encryption based on hardware.
The value of your company’s annual it security features of business on board, but cometh the end user sitting in front of the system to enjoy its 23.8-inch, 1080 p display. (That is a native resolution of 1, 920 x 1, 080 pixels.) The picture is very bright if you crank it up, and a little crisp, but we happily accepted a resolution that uptick, is one on the table. The best part of the display is it the glare coating, lest bright artificial light and direct sunlight easily. This is the type of display you looked all day without fatigue, especially if the lighting in your Office or cubicle is bright and cruel, and you have no control over them.http://lenovoreview.com/lenovo-thinkcentre-m910z/
Lenovo is selling two versions of the ThinkCentre M910z: touch and non-touch. We will check the model of the touch screen. It begins with $1,034, but our review unit feature upgrade that collected prices, slightly, to $1,115 it in writing in mid-October 2017. It features the 7th generation “Kaby Lake” Intel Core i7-7500 (a real desktop CPU, not a mobile chip), 8 GB of memory, integrated Intel graphics, and a 500GB hard drive. The non-touch M910z ThinkCentre model starts with $809.
Our pick of the fast? It is 2017, and at this time we are not enamored of four-figure machines of any stripe (laptop, desktop, or AIO PC) that are not included in an SSD boot drive. But that is a shortfall that you can solve the usual way: by spending more money. If not, will help fill the ThinkCentre M910z the need for a business that AIO with reasonable CPU power and better than average exterior durability, plus come manageability feature team should expect from the Lenovo think Brigade.
The ThinkCentre M910z is a big matte-black slab. This AIO is not what you want for a reception area or other showcase zone in your Office, but rather for those who work behind the scenes.
The chassis is rather sprawling, with wide bezels surrounding the display. It was swollen, too, below two-thirds measuring nearly 2 inches thick. (The top third of the panels is one inch thick.) The part of the display sits on a large diameter circle of a base to a broad, articulating arms.
The arms of the display has two hinges, don’t tilt the display back to 30 degrees. Not really close to the completely flat, but it provides a comfortable angle for drawing and sketch in the touch panel. It gave two hinges, though, the arms display offers a surprisingly narrow range of height adjustment.
Lenovo’s claims that also offer chassis tool-less entry for easy access to replace or upgrade the hard drive and memory. Technically, that is true. After remove the stand from the back of the system, it is possible to snap off back panel, but we find it impossible to do without the help of a screwdriver to operate them. True, there are no Screws to remove, but we put the removal of some of them in prying off the back panel that if the computer is an Oyster clinging to his top shell (and life).
Once you manage to come to the back panel, you will see a secondary hard drive bay …
That’s the blue bracket, which will carry a 2.5-inch drive of your choice. See also above: in the same area to the right of the pulpit is armor in metal. Remove them, and you’ll expose the gap in memory …
Our test unit with two SO-DIMMs in slots, so any upgrade includes replacement and replace this module, not making additions to what is there.
An advantage of heavier Cabinet of the ThinkCentre M910z will give you is an internal power supply. System 150-watt power supply is located within the system and not attached as a brick on the power cord.
Now, for the 1080 p screen. A 1, 920 x 1, 080 resolution is a typical native resolution for a 23.8-inch display, and the ThinkCentre M910z provides a crisp image of the text and icon. But it’s still no outcome in the League of Retina Display to get even smaller 21.5-inch Apple Mac. Other touch panel felt quick and responsive, but the aforementioned coating of anti glare really is the best character display.
The speaker bar bottom display conceals a pair of 3-watt speakers. They will make audio track, that might fill in a small office and enough for video conferencing and video on YouTube. That said, the bucket of music playback is not its strong suit. It being an Office AIO, though, we suspect you (and your neighbors on a small corner) unhealthy.
A 2 megapixel, with 1, 080p Webcam produces a crisp image for video conferencing, and when you are not using a Webcam, you can slide a privacy block on top of lenses that give you peace of mind that it is not getting anything that is not appropriate.
The system port and connection is appropriate to the needs of the majority, unless you need a HDMI-in or-connection, or have been collecting gadgets might be to use the USB interface Type-c. On the back panel, you will see a DisplayPort in/out combo port, four issues of the standard USB 3.0 ports, and an Ethernet jack, all contained in a recess on the right of the pulpit …
Also here a notch in security-cable for locking down the physical machine.
Sit the two additional USB 3.0 port on the left side …
Specifications of Lenovo ThinkCentre M910z
Lenovo A55 port Thinkcenter Desktop PC
- 6 USB 2.0 (2 front, 4 back)
- External display (VGA)
- Headphone/line out (front)
- Keyboard (PS/2)
- Microphone (front)
- Mouse (PS/2)
- 2 serial, 1 Parellel port
Lenovo Thinkcentre A55 Desktop PC features (8985A23)
- Intel Pentium D Processor 915 Dual Core with HT technology
- 8 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 ï, the action 2 1/2 MB L2 Cache
- Socket LGA775 chipset
- Intel EM64T
- -256 MB DDR2 533 MHz SDRAM, maximum 4-GB
- 80-GB, 7,200 rpm, DMA/ATA-100 (Ultra) hard disk drive
- 48 x CD-ROM drive
- 17-inch (43.2 cm) color CRT Monitor
- Graphic Chipset of Intel, 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution in color 16M
- Intel pro 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN card
- 56 kbps V.92 Fax/Modem card
- Realtek ALC655 ï, the action, the action 1/2 ACï 1/297 Audio Codec
- USB 2.0 x 6 ï action 1/2 Serial Port x 1 ï action 1/2 RJ45 Lan Port x 1, the action ï 1/2 PS/2 Mouse x 1 ï action 1/2 PS/2 Keyboard x 1 ï action 1/2 Parallel Port (ECP/EPP/SPP) x 1
- Standard 101 Keyboard, Mouse & speakers
- Free space:
- 1 (1) PCI Express X 16 full top
- 1 (1) PCI Express X 1 full height
- 2 (2) PCI full height
- Genuine Windows XP Professional OS
- Rescue & recovery features