Lenovo today announced yet another addition to it’s M-series enterprise class all-in-ones with the new M71z.  The new AIOs are aimed specifically at large businesses, schools and government institutions looking for cutting-edge performance without compromising on space.

The new M71z’s feature second-generation Intel® Core™ processors with optional touchscreen displays and video conferencing, with select models offering solid-state drives for blazing-fast boot times. Other features include a DVD burner, optional Wi-Fi, 6 USB (2.0?) ports, a chassis intrusion switch and a DisplayPort for adding an additional monitor. The M71z is also quite environmentally friendly, boasting Energy Star 5.2TCO Certified Edge and EPEAT Gold certifications.

The M71z starts at $599 with availability slated for October. If you’re itching to upgrade that school lab, or the conference room the wait might be worthwhile. The closest rival from HP is either an Omni series AIO or a TouchSmart series AIO. However, we'd need to see the prices and specs of the individual SKUs before we can start drawing any comparisons.

Source: Lenovo – ThinkCentre M71z All-In-One

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  • gevorg - Tuesday, August 09, 2011 - link

    Very nice overall for the price, but the front bar on the monitor is such an ugly design! Reply
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  • Hrel - Tuesday, August 09, 2011 - link

    With options like this starting at 600 bucks, and Lenovo has AMAZING build quality, why does any school use Apple? I got it back in the day when they were the only ones with an "all in one" with those multi-colored CRT based macs. But now a days lots of companies make those for way less money. I'm also pretty sure back then Apple gave much more reasonable school discounts. You can talk all you want about IT support costing less on apple; but any school has at least 1 IT guy anyway. So you're full of it. It isn't hard or time consuming if you know at ALL how to administrate a windows machine. Hell, now a days most of the students can probably fix whatever problems you're having for you. Reply
  • Belard - Tuesday, August 09, 2011 - link

    Very much a real keyboard.... they should make a white version... :) Reply
  • John Kai - Wednesday, August 10, 2011 - link

    Only they're planning to be sued by SJ for having a standing rectangle shaped bezel frame with a svg decimal color code of (255,255,255). Reply

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