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Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z

  • Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z-

    Full HD Display with 10-Point Multitouch

    On top of its 21.5-inch full HD (1080p) display, the ThinkCentre E93z also offers support for 10-point multitouch with the use of Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) technology. The result is excellent response time, and actions are triggered without any perceptible lag or delays. Coupled with the UltraFlex Stand, the optional multitouch capability certainly makes the E93z AIO PC an ideal platform for use with Windows 8. We did find the screen somewhat glossy, but that’s an unavoidable side effect of the touch screen.

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Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z

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  • Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z-4

    Full HD Display with 10-Point Multitouch

    On top of its 21.5-inch full HD (1080p) display, the ThinkCentre E93z also offers support for 10-point multitouch with the use of Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) technology. The result is excellent response time, and actions are triggered without any perceptible lag or delays. Coupled with the UltraFlex Stand, the optional multitouch capability certainly makes the E93z AIO PC an ideal platform for use with Windows 8. We did find the screen somewhat glossy, but that’s an unavoidable side effect of the touch screen.

Traditional desktop machines are losing their appeal, as laptops become more powerful and lighter. On the other hand, desktop machines do retain certain benefits, such as more powerful microprocessors and greater expandability.

It is with this in mind that we take a look at the recently released Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z All-in-One PC. The company says the E93z is the “perfect marriage” of performance, design and productivity-enhancing features. We take a closer look at a Windows 8 review unit to find out if that is really the case.