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Lenovo Unveils SMB’s Next Desk Side Companion with ThinkCentre A63 Desktop

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Lenovo today announced the ThinkCentre A63 desktop, an essential desk side companion for small-to-medium businesses (SMB). The new desktop combines powerful productivity features such as Lenovo’s Enhanced Experience for Windows 7 for blazing fast boot-up time and choices for the latest AMD Sempron processors, AMD Athlon II processors and AMD Phenom II processors, all at an affordable price tag starting at $329.

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For all the trash Lenovo often gets, these ThinkCentre towers tend to be very quiet and fairly well-built. They could do with a little less on the proprietary, spring-based mounting nonsense used to secure pretty much everything to pretty much everything else, but hey, anything's better than HP! I'd still prefer good, old-fashioned philips (or torx) screws, but that's just me.

Nice to see 7XXG/V chips in use too! With Microsoft dropping XP support, businesses need somewhat decent integrated graphics to help drive Vista/7 GUI interfaces in environments where CPU/RAM cycles tend to get eaten up by background processes.