ThinkCentre A62: Cost Effective Computing Solution
Lenovo ThinkCentre A62: The latest desktop PC from Lenovo. Designed for business professionals to maintain the cost effective computing solutions, the A62 has incorporated Dash 1.1 remote management system and Express Repair to swiftly fix many system corruptions.
Additionally, it comes with AMD’s stable and business class CPU, ThinkVantage technologies to maintain the productivity and manageability, and Express Repair that is said to be a TVT component that fixes system corruptions in less than three minutes without disturbing other applications.
“The Lenovo ThinkCentre A62 desktop is based on AMD Business Class technology to enable the performance needed by organizations to meet real world productivity needs while keeping energy consumption in check,” said Greg White, corporate vice president desktop and embedded division, AMD.
Achieving the environmental friendly certifications, the Lenovo ThinkCentre A62 desktop PC is believed to be the GREENGUARD and EPEAT Gold certified, ENERGY STAR 4.0 rated. The other key aspect of this desktop is that it utilizes up to 40 percent less electricity than its ThinkCentre predecessor which the company claims is achieved by using the new AMD 15w CPU - Athlon 2650e.
Coming to the other peripherals of the desktop PC, the A62 has made use of “green” fingerprint keyboard that comes as an option. This keyboard claims to be created by using 35 percent post consumer recycled material. Next is in kitty is the monitor; the 19-inch ThinkVision L197w is low power EPEAT Gold certified. It is also available separately.
“IT departments, especially in the business world, don’t like change. The new ThinkCentre A62 was built to provide business customers with longer PC buying cycles. It combines top-notch performance, manageability and environmental responsibility in a high value machine,” said Dilip Bhatia, executive director, global desktop marketing, Lenovo.
Lenovo has included the DirectX10 Onboard for better graphics performance and an optional support for DisplayPort on selected models.
Supported by a warranty period, the Lenovo ThinkCentre A62 desktop PC price starts at $399 (approx. Rs. 17,622) and is expected to hit the American market by September 2008. The monitor can be purchased for $239 (approx. Rs. 10,556). The desktop PC will be available for purchase through Lenovo website and retailers.
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