Lenovo M58/M58p ThinkCentre desktop PC

Lenovo M58Lenovo is now the proud launcher of M58/M58p desktop PCs. Considered as the most secure and most manageable desktop PCs, these PCs incorporates ThinkVantage technology and an amazing Power Manager that enables PC users to control their electricity consumption remotely.

“Bryant is proud to be a partner in innovative technology with Lenovo, the recognized leader in exceptionally engineered PCs,” said Art Gloster, vice president of information services at Bryant University. “The ThinkCentre M58 desktop will allow Bryant to support more secure and more energy efficient operations and enable faster information processing.”

Lenovo M58

Lenovo ThinkCentre M58/M59 has been created to give a green standard for electronics purchases. These ThinkCentre PC are the first ones to supports Hardware Password Manager enabling oversight for users. These newly launched desktop PCs are available in three forms, including, Tower, Small Form Factor and Ultra Small Form Factor.

The new Lenovo ThinkCentre M58 and M58p desktops are available at $ 499 and $ 899 respectively.

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