by on June 15, 2011

A desktop computer and couple of servers from Lenovo just got better. Lenovo this week announced ThinkCentre M71e, an entry-level desktop and two new additions to the ThinkServer family – the TS130 and the TS430 – that give small-to-medium businesses and corporate branch offices a performance boost and powerful manageability tools. These boxes are designed with businesses with limited IT resources staff in mind.

ThinkCentre M71e, an entry-level desktop features 2nd generation Intel Core i processors, rapid boot up and security authentication features. The system is very quite, and thanks to Lenovo’s proprietary Enhanced Experience 2.0 capability, the ThinkCentre M71e is able to start and be ready for use is less than 15 seconds. M71e View Management Utility and Password Manager Software to manage passwords for encrypted drives give businesses a securable and reliable machine. The desktop also supports up to four individual monitors for working with lots of visual information.

The single processor TS130 and TS430 servers leverage the latest Intel Xeon E3-1200 processors, which offer up to 30 percent better performance than previous generations. Perfect for front-office, retail or back office deployment, these whisper-quiet servers boast powerful RAID and storage configurations to meet the needs of growing businesses. ThinkServer TS430 has an option for 16TB of hot swap storage capacity, SAS RAID data protection and redundant power choices. Servers are equipped with new Intel AMT 7.0 manageability too which really helps lower the cost of IT.

The ThinkServer TS130 and TS430 and ThinkCentre M71e starting at $499, $699 and $529, respectively, will be available through business partners and www.lenovo.com beginning in July.

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