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The USFF version's dimensions are 238mm x 275mm x 80mm, which puts the machine into the nettop category.

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Pros

tool-less design - remove motherboard, HDD without tools

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has to full SATA II bays for HDD / SDD storage (can be ordered w/ up to 1TB)

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eSATA port for high-performance external storage

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fast processor options (up to Intel Core i5 @ 3.33GHz w/ 4MB cache)

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VGA output (in addition to DisplayPort) for legacy support

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optional 8-in-1 card reader

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10 USB ports (2 front, 6 rear, 2 internal)

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fast RAM (two DIMM slots for PC3-10600 @ 1333MHz)

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dual independent display (DID) support by onboard DisplayPort and VGA

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Cons

no HDMI output port

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DisplayPort (needs a dongle to connect DVI monitor)

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no Blu-Ray option

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standard PCI expansion port cannot take high-performance graphics card

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The ThinkCentre M90p is a business-oriented desktop computer system offered by Lenovo in various sizes: standard tower, small form factor (SFF), and ultra small form factor (USFF). The USFF version's dimensions are 238mm x 275mm x 80mm, which puts the machine into the nettop category. The M90p is a high-performance computing system that is extremely configurable. For instance, its fastest processor is an Intel Core i5-660 Processor (3.33GHz,4M Cache) and it has two hard drive bays for SATA II hard disks (can be ordered with 1TB). As a business-oriented system, it only offers integrated graphics and a DisplayPort, but an 8-in-1 card reader can be selected as option.

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Dom
06/24/2010 10:57

I was trying to find a system that's even more powerful than the Tranquil ixL i3 Power PC, but this one is too much of a business system. Those systems never have Blu-Ray, HDMI, DTV, and so on.... but you kind of wish they'd give you at least HDMI as this is such a common thing now that even smartphones have it.

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