The ThinkCentre M78 is armed with features such as AMD A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), which, according to the company, provides advantages such as energy efficiency, reliability, and improved PC performance.
The AMD (News - Alert) A-Series APUs and up to 32GB DDR3 memory in the ThinkCentre M78 makes sure that the users get to see smooth video playback/ video conferencing. It also makes sure that they get to browse the web quickly and multitask with software programs and applications. This will result in improved performances as it saves a lot of time and energy.
The ThinkCentre M78 features Lenovo’s RapidBoot HDD Accelerator which provides rapid boot up times. It is available in a conventional tower or small form factor. It also provides other features such as support for up to three independent monitors. According to the company, this allows users to run various programs at once.
Offering 10x the data transfer rate of Hi-Speed USB, the desktop can easily transfer data with four native USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports. The users can also look forward to world-class security and dependability with ThinkCentre M78, Lenovo has stated.
“Professionals in medium to large businesses need dependable, productive and secure desktops to meet the day-to-day rigors of workplace demands,” said Su Lijun, executive director, global desktop marketing, Lenovo. “We built the ThinkCentre M78 to last, equipping it with great performance, security and energy-saving features in one device.”
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