Full HD display.
Toolfree internal access.
Strong general performance for the category.
Space saving energy efficient design.
3 year warranty.
Speedy Core i5 CPU.
Display appears a bit dim.
Speakers are not equipped for serious music playback.
No 3D card option.
Webcam does not provide very good image quality.
USB 3.0 or Firewire ports.
Matte screen dulls colors on videos.
A couple of trialware/bloatware programs.
External DVI requires an adapter.
By Digital Trends on October 28, 2011
The simple design of Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z is a clear benefit to businesses, as it takes up no more space than is necessary and can be handled all day long without smudging or...60
By PCQuest on March 31, 2011
It has standard features and performance, but is a little pricey. Recommended to those who face space constraints.Page(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying this...-
By CIOL on March 02, 2011
Two points that came to my mind when I first saw this device were; who is the target audience? And why would someone spend 60k for it? To start with ThinkCenter M90z is multi touch enabled (2 touch points) all-in-one device for companies who have...-
By PCWorld New Zealand on February 18, 2011
All-in-one desktop computers aren’t simply the domain of classrooms and overcrowded homes. Business computing mainstay Lenovo offers a strong range of office all-in-ones atop its base model M90z, aimed squarely at professional users.Squarely,...70
By Hardware Central on October 21, 2010
Desktop PC Review: Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z The CEO's DesktopOctober 21, 2010By Eric GrevstadiPhones and iPads aren't the only things sneaking into the enterprise by way of the home consumer. There's the all-in-one desktop PC -- a computer...87
By PCWorld on September 24, 2010
Lenovo’s business-ready all-in-one brings the ThinkPad feel to the world of multitouch desktops--and it doesn’t disappoint. Shop for the ThinkCentre M90z MerchantPriceMerchant Rating $1085.99 Learn More » 5 Reviews » $1099.09...70
By IT PRO on September 20, 2010
The Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z is a quiet, easy-to-upgrade all-in-one PC with a large, high resolution screen and a generous warranty. We wish it came with more RAM and hard disk space as standard. We also wish it was easier to tilt and swivel with more...83
By Chip Chick on September 20, 2010
Consumers looking for serious multimedia machines will want to look else where. Sure, the M90z’s processor can handle plenty of multimedia intensive tasks, like HD video playback, but there are many other more alluring all-in-one machines geared...-
By Computer Shopper on September 01, 2010
In our test configuration, the business-oriented M90z is overkill for most office tasks. Configuration options, however, can bring down the price while still delivering a peppy big-screen office PC....76
By SlashGear on August 24, 2010
Lenovo might be best known for their ThinkPad notebooks and ominous black ThinkStation desktops, but the company continues to push ahead with its range of all-in-ones. The new Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z is aimed at both consumer and business users, and...-