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Average customer rating:
(5 Reviews) 5
Rating Snapshot(5 reviews)
4 of 5(80%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for ThinkCentre M92p
Review 1 for ThinkCentre M92p
Hard Drive Crash
Date: August 6, 2015
"I have owned or purchased 3 W series laptops and 5 desktops (M80's or M90's) and after 2 years of owning a M92p the Seagate hard drives crashes. The same hard drive I use to run my small business. Lenovo is typically a beast and I would still recommend one but I'm a little disappointed that my bare bones kit PC is still kicking and I had to go to Best Buy to get my business back up and running. Warranty call would have put me down several days."
Cons: Video card, Included Software, Display performance
"After using this product for a few months, I've been impressed with the performance. However, Lenovo REALLY needs to reconsider all of the junk software they put on this computer. Straight out of the box, I noticed a little sluggishness with the machine. When I went in to the task manager, the computer was running over 100 processes, and utilizing over 3 GB of my 12 GB of RAM. After uninstalling all of the junky Lenovo software, I was able to get the process count down to 70, and my RAM usage down to 1.5 GB. Now, I know to wipe the machine and reimage it with a clean Win7 image before deploying it to a client."
Cons: Video card, Display resolution, Memory, Included Software, Build Quality, Display performance
"I would have rated this Workstation 5 stars but due to fact that I have had to replace 2 - 1tb hard drives in less than 4 months it rates 2 stars.
The second Lenovo DVD burner is useless because the main cover panel/plate obstructs the button that you have to press to open the DVD Burner. To hopefully correct this issue, management at Lenovo told me that they are sending me mounting rails that should raise the added DVD/Optical Drive up to a sufficient height so that the button can be accessed.
If the rails are received and do in fact correct the accessibility issue for the DVD Burner, I will update this report. I will also update this report when I receive the new workstation. The workstation will function ok with 8GB ram, but I would suggest at a minimum 16GB."
"We use the Tiny M92p at remote sites to run our backup agent that gathers data from servers and talks back to the Data Center. The box is powerful enough to compress and encrypt data and is small and rugged for shipping to remote locations. Perfect fit for our application. I highly recommmed the M92p."