Full-Featured Micro Desktops

M Series Tiny desktops provide big-business performance with impressive processing power and 15 months of platform stability — all while remaining energy-efficient and saving you space. Now with the ThinkCentre Chromebox Tiny, the Tiny portfolio has expanded to also include a Chrome OS desktop.

  1. Thinkcentre M900 Tiny

    The M900 Tiny is a compact power house. The mil-spec tested 1L desktop is both rugged and versatile. It can be deployed anywhere - under your desk, behind a monitor, or even transformed into an AIO with the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One.

    Starting at:
    $619.00
    After Instant Savings:
    $495.20
    You save: 
    $123.80
  2. ThinkCentre M700 Tiny Desktop

    Rugged, powerful, and astonishingly compact. The 1L ThinkCentre M700 Tiny desktop is MIL-SPEC tested, so it can handle tough treatment, including dusty environments. And while it boasts cutting edge features, it’s small enough to be deployed anywhere.

    Starting at:
    $399.00
    After Instant Savings:
    $319.20
    You save: 
    $79.80
  3. Lenovo ThinkCentre M600 Tiny - compact desktop

    Rugged, compact 1L desktop with mounting solutions, multiple monitor support, and optional dust shield.

    Starting at:
    $289.00
    After Instant Savings:
    $231.20
    You save: 
    $57.80
  4. ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One II (24) modular all-in-one

    New: This modular AIO features a 23.8" borderless display with embedded audio and optional multitouch technology, and is simple to set up and upgrade.

    Starting at:
    $199.00
  5. ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One II (22) modular all-in-one

    New: Easy to refresh and with setup complete in seconds, the 21.5" Tiny-in-One II makes deployment simple for any enterprise. The new design of this evolving modular AIO includes borderless display, touch availability, and embedded audio.

    Starting at:
    $169.00
Lenovo - Reason 3

COOL MACHINES.

Our systems are built to lessen heat in critical areas, and our fans are specially designed to run quietly with the least amount of power. That means less strain on the system's components, lower power consumption, and more comfort for the user handling the system.

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