Lenovo ThinkCentre M58

Lenovo basically makes PCs for business, and the M58 is no special case. It’s covered by a liberal three-year on location guarantee, which is incredible at this cost.

The case is around the size of a bread roll tin, so it occupies next to no room. Getting inside the M58 is simple: basically press a button and swing the highest point of the case up to uncover the inside. You can fit an extra 2GB of RAM for a limit of 4GB. You’ll need to utilize minimized PC memory, yet the replaceable DVD essayist and hard circle are standard work area parts. Because of the restricted space, there’s no space for extra interior stockpiling gadgets. The 320GB hard plate looks small contrasted and the 500GB circles that overwhelm this Labs, yet it’s all that anyone could need for office documents. However, there are no PCI Express spaces by any means

The M58 has an incorporated Intel GMA 4500 illustrations chip, which can’t adapt to 3D games. The M58 was close to the lower part of the table in our application benchmarks, however it’s anything but a sluggish PC – it experiences in correlation with the more effectively prepared rivalry.

The M58’s solidarity is its energy productivity. It consumed a pitiful 19W when inactive and only one watt more while running our requesting set-up of benchmarks. In examination, Mesh’s quicker Matrix II 920 Nero utilized 120W when inactive and 168W while running our benchmarks.

The M58 is typically sold without a screen, yet you can likewise get it with a Lenovo 19in widescreen show. Its 1,440×900 goal isn’t quite so high as the 1,680×1,050 of screens provided with other £650 PCs, however it’s fine for chipping away at most office archives. Regardless of the VGA interface, picture quality was adequate.