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Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z

  • Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z-

    Comes with Both HDMI In, Out Ports

    One interesting capability of the ThinkCentre E93z is its ability to serve as the HDMI target. Essentially, this means that you can plug the E93z into a DVD player or set-top box connecting the HDMI cable to its HDMI-in port and have the E93z serve as a full HD display for your home entertainment system, or for use with the Google Chromecast. When used as a PC, the HDMI-out port on the E93z connects to an external full HD (1920x1080) display for the purpose of setting up a dual-monitor desktop system.

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Review: The Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z

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    Comes with Both HDMI In, Out Ports

    One interesting capability of the ThinkCentre E93z is its ability to serve as the HDMI target. Essentially, this means that you can plug the E93z into a DVD player or set-top box connecting the HDMI cable to its HDMI-in port and have the E93z serve as a full HD display for your home entertainment system, or for use with the Google Chromecast. When used as a PC, the HDMI-out port on the E93z connects to an external full HD (1920x1080) display for the purpose of setting up a dual-monitor desktop system.

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.