Lenovo ThinkCentre M92p Tiny

  • Lenovo ThinkCentre M92p Tiny
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Based on 5 scores, 10 reviews available
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Pros:

  • Compact chassis, Four USB 3,0 ports, vPro IT manageable, Supports multiple monitors, Three-year warranty.
  • Small size, Low power consumption, Plenty powerful enough for entrytomid level users, Intel management features make it more attractive to businesses, Easy to repair and upgrade, especially for its size
  • Small footprint, low power consumption.

Cons:

  • No internal expansion, No Wi-Fi in tested configuration.
  • Slow hard drive and lowerend integrated graphics put a crimp in performance, Wireless and Bluetooth are optional upgrades, not a standard, and you can't get both dualband wireless and Bluetooth in the same package, Bloatware and trialware abound

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechRadar on 50

Mini PCs represent a niche in any market, but the argument for them in the workspace isn't at all straightforward. Here we'd be more likely to back the concept of an all-in-one PC over a system like this, just because it's a neater overall solution. If...

By TechRadar AU on 50

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By PC Mag on 80

The diminutive Lenovo ThinkCentre M92p Tiny works equally well in offices of a startup or a massive company, and its IT credentials are...

By AnandTech on

It's hard not to notice the direction computing is going, both in the enterprise and at home. Notebooks are getting thinner and lighter, tablets are taking off, and on desktops Mini-ITX is becoming less of a niche form factor and more of a...

By Ars Technica on

Businesses are one of the last bastions of the desktop PC. Laptops and all-in-ones have infiltrated offices just as they have everywhere else, but enterprises are still buying plenty of PC towers from the likes of HP, Dell, and Lenovo.That doesn't mean...

By Government Computer News on

S As expected, the M92p used significantly less power than a typical desktop computer. With components such as a 500G low-power SATA hard drive, we knew the difference would have to be significant. When we plugged it into a power meter we found that...

By PC World on 60

The ThinkCentre M92P is a compact, energy-efficient PC in a tiny package, but it can't make up its mind whether it's an office system or multimedia machine....

By Computer Shopper on 80

True to its name, the ThinkCentre M92p Tiny is an ultracompact desktop with a mix of security and remote-management features that's sure to appeal to businesses....

International Review By chip.com.my on

Size matters. It does, undoubtedly. Frankly, though, it matters less of how large it is, but how you make use of its size. For the Lenovo ThinkCentre M92p Tiny, Lenovo has married the kind of versatility only its size can provide with the flexibility of...

International Review By Jagat Review on

Solusi komputasi yang ditawarkan Lenovo dengan Mini PC M92p tergolong sangat baik. Bentuknya yang mini smembuatnya portable, mudah untuk diletakkan dimana saja, memungkinkan user untuk menciptakan tata ruang yang lebih baik. Apalagi ukuran tidak...