Monday, October 1st 2012

Lenovo Intros AMD Trinity-Powered ThinkCentre M78

Lenovo today announced the latest addition to its flagship M Series desktop PC line - the ThinkCentre M78 - designed for medium to large businesses. Featuring the latest AMD A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), the ThinkCentre M78 gives business professionals a reliable PC with powerful performance, a high level of security and energy efficiency.

"Professionals in medium to large businesses need dependable, productive and secure desktops to meet the day-to-day rigors of workplace demands," said Su Lijun, executive director, global desktop marketing, Lenovo. "We built the ThinkCentre M78 to last, equipping it with great performance, security and energy- saving features in one device."


Advanced Processing Technology
Equipped with the latest AMD A-Series APUs and up to 32 GB DDR3 memory, the ThinkCentre M78 improves productivity in the workplace with accelerated performance for quicker web browsing, smooth video playback/ video conferencing and multitasking of software programs and applications.

Available in a traditional tower or small form factor, the ThinkCentre M78 features Lenovo's RapidBoot HDD Accelerator, for speedy boot up times. Other productivity enhancements on the M78 include support for up to three independent monitors so users can run multiple programs simultaneously. The desktop can easily transfer data with four native USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports, which delivers 10x the data transfer rate of Hi-Speed USB.

The ThinkCentre M78 also provides users world-class security and dependability. It includes USB port disablement to defend against data theft and TPM 1.2 with enhanced data protection to help keep proprietary work files safe. With its Intelligent Cooling Engine, the ThinkCentre M78 operates quietly and stays cool to offer extreme reliability, ultimately helping to extend the PC's life.

Rated for Energy-Savings
The ThinkCentre M78 meets multiple certifications for energy efficiency and environmental considerations, including ENERGY STAR 5.2 compliance, EPEAT Gold rating and compliance with the Cisco EnergyWise energy management architecture. The M78 also carries a UL Environment Gold rating and, as an option, can use a highly efficient 80 Plus Platinum power supply unit (PSU).

Pricing and Availability
The ThinkCentre M78 will be available starting this month through Lenovo business partners and www.lenovo.com. Pricing starts at approximately $449.
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3 Comments on Lenovo Intros AMD Trinity-Powered ThinkCentre M78

#1
eidairaman1
depending on which APU you have you wouldnt need a card as much as the other. :nutkick:
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#2
tacosRcool
The price is good for a workstation and graphics are better than normal integrated
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#3
Absolution
Good for AMD, their solid APU solution would hopefully support and bring back AMD into the picture vs Intel for higher end processors.
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