Lenovo Expands Desktop Lineup
Lenovo unveils the new ThinkCentre A55 Small Form Factor desktop PC, packing in high technologies, such as Intel Core 2 Duo processors and the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, all in the size of an average briefcase. As companies look for ways to efficiently use office space, desktop real-estate can quickly become the target of IT managers and business owners. The ThinkCentre A55 SFF desktop is approximately 64 percent smaller than Lenovo's traditional tower form factor and 25 percent smaller than its conventional small desktop. Its smaller footprint can free up desk space for other items, such as an extra monitor for dual-monitor work environments or a personal printer and scanner.
The new desktop comes equipped with Lenovo ThinkVantage Technologies, such as Rescue and Recovery and Client Security System, which help reduce costs for data recovery and password management. Beginning January 30, customers will be able to purchase select PCs in Lenovo notebook and desktop lines preloaded with Windows Vista. Lenovo has integrated its software productivity tools, TVTs and Lenovo Care, with the new operating system. These tools enhance the Windows Vista experience while helping to lower the total cost of PC ownership, an item important to businesses. Select models of Lenovo PCs will also be ready for the 2007 Microsoft Office Business Suites.
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