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It comes with a With an elegant, space-saving design and a brace of pre-installed business tools, the ThinkCentre Edge 92z is a good option for SMBs, particularly those working in media and design.

On the downside, this is very much a Windows 8 machine; an OS that clearly isn’t for everybody. The version we tested came with a 3. This is a low-power CPU 65 watts that boasts four cores with Hyper-Threading technology for higher processing throughput. It should be capable of handling practically any office application you can throw at it.

Connectivity options include two USB 3.

In addition, the machine comes with an inbuilt 2-megapixel webcam and a DVD-recordable optical drive a Blu-ray option is also available. We would have preferred a wireless solution to cut down on cable clutter, but the quality of both accessories is pleasingly high.

We were particularly impressed with the included keyboard; it sports large, spacious keys which made typing a joy and is also splash-resistant — handy for the coffee drinkers out there. Lenovo is billing the 92z as its slimmest commercial AIO yet. The black, oblong form factor will look right at home in any office, but it’s still steeped in style, courtesy of the glossy finish and unusual form factor.


All software comes pre-installed on the hard drive so you don’t need to rummage around for registration codes or CDs. We were subsequently up and running within minutes; which isn’t something that can be said of every desktop.

It’s a vastly different interface to previous versions of the OS with a deeper focus on touch-response and mobile-centric apps. Like most Windows veterans, we found ourselves sticking to the mouse to begin with, but the lure of the touchscreen became harder to resist the more we used it. It’s simply more intuitive for scrolling and navigation. When we returned to our regular work PCs its absence was sorely felt. You’ll need to set up a plethora of shortcuts to get back to your Windows 7-level of productivity.

Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 92z performed reasonably in our benchmarks.

We also ran the graphics-focused benchmark 3DMark, which returned a more modest score of P If you want egde work PC that can double as a high-end gaming rig, you’re going to want to look elsewhere. Lenovo’s ThinkCentre Edge 92z. Got a news tip for our journalists?

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