Lenovo debuts ThinkCentre M75e desktop with AMD processors

Lenovo is introducing the ThinkCentre M75e desktop workstation for general tasks with specs to match.

Lenovo is introducing the ThinkCentre M75e desktop workstation for general tasks with specs to match.

Intended for the mainstream market, the M75e is intended for use in schools, government offices and other large-scale operations.

The first of Lenovo's M Series computers to host AMD processors (Athlon II and Phenom II), the ThinkCentre M75e is ready out of the box to handle a pair of independent displays out of the box without any discrete graphics card. Although, if you really love your graphics cards and want some more displays tacked on, use an ATI Radeon HD 5450 GPU and you've got yourself room for up to four monitors.

Other useful-to-know specs include the standard 250GB SATA hard drive, Windows 7 Pro or Premium OS options, 2GB of RAM and plenty of other details to configure.

The ThinkCentre M75e is available now, starting at $504 with a 3-year warranty included.

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