Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 91Z
Sleek all-in-one design.
Powerful quad-core processor.
Wireless Internet, keyboard, and mouse.
VESA wall mount kit.
Lacks discrete graphics card.
Look elsewhere for a home office PC that will serve double duty as a gaming or home entertainment system.
Glossy screen reflections.
No 802,11a/n 5GHz support.
No HDMI input to use monitor with consoles or other PCs.
No USB 3,0 or eSATA ports.
Only 30 days of Norton Internet Security updates.
By InsideHW on June 19, 2012
It’s difficult to explain why all-in-one PCs aren’t more popular on the current market. For instance, notebooks also have a worse price/performance ratio compared to desktop PCs. Yet they are being sold in heaps, despite the fact that many...-
By ZDNet UK on March 07, 2012
The ThinkCentre Edge 91z performs well, although a discrete GPU option would be welcome for graphically demanding workloads. We'd also appreciate dual-band Wi-Fi, USB 3.0 support, a less matte screen, a slot-loading optical drive and a better...70
By Channel News Australia on December 20, 2011
Whether it?s business or pleasure, the 91z covers all the bases of sleek design with impressive performance at a competitive price point of $1,000 and up. With the right blend of optional extras, there?s a hidden value to be unlocked in this powerful...80
By Smarthouse on December 20, 2011
The ThinkCentre Edge 91z represents a blend of good-value, mid-range performance and intelligent functionality, complimented by handy extras like multi-finger, touch-screen control. It's built into a somewhat monolithic but elegantly simple design...80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on October 18, 2011
This sleek business All-in-One boasts excellent performance....80
By cnet on October 14, 2011
For those interested in a good-looking, fast midrange all-in-one, the Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 91z will fit in easily in any home office. Just don't ask it to do too much outside of its straitlaced business...69
By theregister.co.uk on October 06, 2011
There’s nothing particularly exciting about the ThinkCentre 91z, but it’s a safe choice if you simply want a compact desktop PC for routine office work. However, rivals such as Dell and HP are selling more stylish systems with more memory...70
By IT PRO on September 26, 2011
Despite having a glossy, reflective screen, the ThinkCentre 91z is a good choice if you want a compact, powerful and fairly versatile all-in-one PC backed by an onsite warranty. It's competitively priced too, making it a cheaper Windows-based...83
By Expert Reviews on September 02, 2011
The 7075D2G's outstanding three-year warranty and serious processor power make it good value, but it has a small hard disk...80
By PC Mag on August 29, 2011
Lenovo's SMB-oriented ThinkCentre Edge line expands to the all-in-one desktop space with the ThinkCentre Edge 91z. It's reasonably priced, powerful, and can give the iMac a run for its place in a design studio. ...70