This updated ThinkCentre product line includes M70、M80 as well as M90 series, covering tower case, small size (SFF), integrated machine (integrated machine) and other models, providing enterprises with sufficient flexibility to meet the changing complex computing and business continuity needs of the world today.
Lenovo has also updated the tiny in one solution (TIO) and introduced the fourth generation of tio22 and tio24. These solutions provide an innovative display and optional tiny desktop model, which is a multi-functional modular one-piece machine.
The new ThinkCentre is designed for modulation, allowing customers to buy a PC tower machine o
Specific new product information is as follows
The ●ThinkCentre M70 series is expected to start in June 2020 at $649 M70t Tower ,$629 M70s SFF and $499
● ThinkCentre m70a AIO is expected to launch in June 2020, starting at $749.
●ThinkCentre M80 series is expected to be available from June 2020, starting M80t $759 for tower cranes ,$ M80s SFF 739 and $M80q Tiny 879.
● ThinkCentre M90 series is expected to be available in June 2020, starting at $839 for m90t tower, $819 for m90s SFF and $909 for m90q tiny.
● ThinkCentre m90a AIO is expected to be available from June 2020, starting at $1029.
● ThinkPad p15s is expected to be available in May 2020, starting at $1579.
Although Lenovo has yet to share the details, the company has promised to launch the eighth generation X1 carbon, the fifth generation X1 yoga and the new T, X and l series notebooks this year.