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Thinkcentre M90a: Lenovo's all-in-one hides the cables in the base

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Lenovo is showing the ThinkPads and other notebooks as well as the All-in-One PC Thinkcentre M90a at the electronics fair CES 2020 in Las Vegas. It is a mini PC that is stowed in a 24-inch monitor. Connections and other parts are located under a cover on the back of the screen. Cables can be led out through the base of the system.

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The all-in-one is delivered with mobile Intel CPUs of the tenth generation Comet Lake. The Core i7 will probably be a model with a 15 watt power budget, which would be typical for such a system – an example is that Core i7-10710U, The graphics performance is provided by an AMD Radeon 625. In addition, up to 32 GB of RAM and a 1 TB Nvme SSD can be configured. A 2 TB HDD or Intel Optane are optional.

There are two selections available as monitor components: a Full HD panel with 250 and one with 350 cd / m² brightness. The second is said to be equipped with Privacy Guard. This function dims the screen so that it can only be viewed from the front. The calculator can be adjusted in height and inclination, but does not have a pivot function.

Thinkcentre M90a (Image: Lenovo)

Users have access to six USB-A ports, two with USB 3.2 Gen2 speed and four with USB 3.2 Gen1 speed. There is also a USB Type-C port (3.2 Gen1) and an SD card reader. It should also be possible to configure a variant with a serial interface. A network connection is established via Wi-Fi 6 or Gigabit Ethernet. A webcam and an IR camera for Windows Hello are available.

Lenovo plans to sell its all-in-one from autumn 2020. The starting price will be 820 euros.

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