Lenovo ThinkCentre M600 and M700 Tiny are ultra-portable desktop computers that can be “lost” behind your desk

Desktop computers are not always big, noisy, and energy consuming beasts. Well, if you are after a gaming machine, it is very likely that you will have to comply with some of these factors but if you need one mainly for office tasks, business or hard work, Lenovo has a couple of new solutions for you.

The machines we are talking about are part of the Think lineup – ThinkCentre M600 and M700 Tiny. As you may have already noticed from the image (and their name also says a lot), these are incredibly portable computers with the following dimensions – 4.5 x 182.9 x 179 mm; and weight of merely 600 grams. Despite this, M600 and M700 come with a total of 6 USB ports (two front and four rear), two DisplayPorts, EthernetLAN, three audio jacks, and a VGA output. This is more than enough for your convenience, even if you have many peripheral devices.


To ensure high performance, Lenovo has included a good number of CPU options and the most expensive configurations include the super powerful Intel Core i7-6700T processor with a frequency of up to 3.6 GHz. As far as RAM is concerned, we are talking about DDR4, 2133 MHz. Additionally, the storage system uses a 2.5-inch slot for an HDD/SSD in M600 and 2.5-inch slot + M.2 slot in M700.

A remarkable feature of the tiny ThinkCentre M600 and M700 is that they can be connected to up to 3 monitors at the same time. What is more impressing, though, is the option of hiding these devices in your monitor if the latter happens to be part fo the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One lineup – you just need to attach your computer to the monitor’s back.

If you are interested in the new M600 and M700 Tiny, you can check their price and availability here:
◆ Lenovo ThinkCentre M600 Tiny – http://amzn.to/2cE46uV
◆ Lenovo ThinkCentre M700 Tiny – http://amzn.to/2dd3f3m


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