Dual CPU Xeon power. ISV certification for many professional programs. Rack mountable. Compact for a full-blown workstation. Capable of driving two 30-inch panels simultaneously. Card Retention. 3-year warranty. Quick and easy to service.
Pricey. No USB 3.0 or FireWire. Could use more memory slots.
By PC Mag on February 17, 2011
The Lenovo ThinkStation C20 should be at the top of your list if you're looking for an ISV-certified Windows 7-based workstation. It costs a pretty penny, but if you're working on multi-million dollar projects, the system's speed and...80
By JusTech'n on November 15, 2010
I appreciate the fact that Lenovo is trying to make the case smaller, but I think the sacrifices in ease of use out weigh the benefits of a smaller case. I think Lenovo could take a few design tips (both inside and out) from the HP Z800 and make a...72
By IT PRO on October 05, 2010
There’s a lot to like about the ThinkStation C20. It’s fast, quiet, relatively compact and comes with a professional-level graphics card as well as a lengthy warranty. The interior could be better designed and laid out though, especially if...83
By Computerworld on October 05, 2010
At $6,674, the ThinkStation C20 obviously comes at a premium price -- but, as its performance numbers prove, it's a premium computer. For graphics professionals, the Lenovo ThinkStation C20 could represent a real increase in productivity. You just...-