Lenovo ThinkCentre M910 Overview of the Different Versions, Configuration, and Hardware

Shopping for a small form factor desktop? Or a tower that doesn’t take up much space on the table or under the desk? There are different versions of the Lenovo ThinkCentre M910 available, including the “Tiny” form, “Small Form Factor”, and “Tower” form that comes with a handle. All versions have the same starting price, and you can customize your PC with the features you need.

Regardless of which version you choose, you can count on the M910 handling your work requirements. It’s built to withstand extreme temperatures and minor bumps. The large tower version supports up to 64GB of memory and the smaller versions support up to 32GB. Start out with 4GB – 8GB and expand later on if you need to.

The Tiny version is 96% smaller than a traditional tower. It fits anywhere and can be setup vertically or horizontally. You can also mount it behind the monitor or on a wall in your office or home. One great way to use it is to mount it on the back of a display so that you can have your own all-in-one PC.

Connect this desktop up to three or even four displays (Mosaic Mode) at the same time. The HDMI port is capable of supporting display resolutions of 4096×2160 at 24Hz, while the two DisplayPort outputs can support 4096×2304 at 60Hz.The limits of desktop computing are expanded with the Lenovo ThinkCentre M910. There are many USB 3.0 Type A ports that allow you to connect the desktop to external hard drives, smartphone, memory card reader, mouse, printer, and more.

The Intel Stable Image Platform Program guarantees that the M910 has platform availability for at least a year. You’ll be able to reduce costs by managing the PC lifecycle properly.

Connectivity of the Lenovo ThinkCentre M910

Stay connected to the internet wirelessly with the 802.11 ac wireless technology. While there are plenty of USB ports, you can still connect many devices wirelessly with the use of Bluetooth 4.2 technology.

The processor that comes with this machine is an Intel Core i5 or i7, depending on how you configure it. Even the i5 processor is still capable of reaching a speed of up to 3.30GHz. The graphics are integrated Intel HD. There is room in the regular Tower version for NVIDIA GeForce GT730 (DDR5 2GB). Every version comes with a SATA 7200RPM hard drive (up to 500GB) with an option to add an SSD (512GB). The expansion slot is for PCIe SSD (M.2 2280).