Lenovo unveils SMB-friendly PCs

With the launch of its E Series line of PCs, Lenovo has officially entered the region’s small and medium business (SMB) desktop market.

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By  Cleona Godinho Published  February 7, 2006

With the launch of its E Series line of PCs, Lenovo has officially entered the region’s small and medium business (SMB) desktop market. "Lenovo has developed the ThinkCentre E Series line of desktops to offer small business professionals technological peace of mind," stated Imtiaz Ghani, general manager, Lenovo Middle East, Egypt and Pakistan. "We want to reduce the day-to-day IT management hassles small businesses face, by providing basic PC functionality in easy-to-use solutions right out of the box. In addition, small businesses can rest assured their data is safe with our reliable technologies such as Rescue and Recovery." Rescue and Recovery is an application designed to help users troubleshoot crashes and recover data without the need for IT support staff. Additionally, users can implement additional precautions by setting-up automatic external backups to a server or external storage device. The firm's new ThinkCentre E50 tower features Intel's 915GV core-logic chipset along with a GMA 900 graphics set-up, while the desktop form PCs use SIS's 661FX graphics chipset. Both PCs can be configured with either a Pentium 4 or Celeron D processor, while six USB ports are offered as standard. Lenovo's new line also features a tool-free case design, which means users can easily open up the machines for maintenance and upgrade purposes. Lenovo's new SMB line is available now, priced from US $2999, and will compete with products such as Acer's Veriton series and HP Compaq's Business Desktop 5000 series.

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