Lenovo today announced the new ThinkCentre M series desktops. The devices come with the latest 8th Gen Intel Core processors with vPro capability (in the M920) and offer up a clean and sleek chassis with reduced depth for smaller workspaces.
Both of the M920 and M720 devices add come with a sleek black chassis and features like Thunderbolt 3 and USB C ports. There are also options for discrete graphics, chassis E-Lock, and smart power on with Alt+P, with the M920x Tiny also supporting a discrete graphics option.
Lenovo is saying the M720 and M920 Tiny family will mark the industry’s first one-liter form factor desktop with PCIe expansion options. The M720 Tiny will also have two separate options for either quad Network Interface Card or Serial port expansion.
Mount and stand kits and multi-monitor capability will allow users to adapt the devices to a variety of use cases. The devices are compatible with Lenovo’s Tiny-in One Display and will be available later this year in July 2018, with pricer coming at a date closer to reveal.Further reading: Intel, Lenovo, Lenovo ThinkCentre, Windows 10 Devices