Lenovo has announced a pair of new computers for business users called the ThinkStation E30 and the ThinkCenter M81 desktop. Both of the machines are designed for created, engineering, and financial pros. Both of the machines are packed with some powerful hardware including Intel Core processors.
The E30 can be optioned with a Xeon processor that has Intel Turbo Boost to overclock the processors. The machine can be fitted with an 80GB or 160GB SSDs for storage and it has NVIDIA Quadro or NVS graphics. It also has USB 3.0 ports and up to 16GB of RAM. The memory is ECC to eliminate memory-related failures.
The M81 is a small tower machine with second gen Core processors, up to 160GB SSD storage, and ATI discrete or Intel integrated graphics. It also has USB 3.0 ports and RapidBoot tech to get you working safer. Both of the machines are also energy efficient to save power costs. The E30 is set to launch in May starting at $629 and the M81 in April for $599.