Compact desktop PC boasts a dual-core processor, space-saving design, and eight USB ports
Any price comparison is to a new, nonrefurbished product price.
Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktop Computer (Refurbished)
With plenty of power to handle everyday tasks and a compact, movable frame, this no-nonsense desktop PC is an ideal work computer.
The PC’s small form factor leaves plenty of room for paperwork and sprawling collections of action figures. About the same dimensions as a large book, it can sit on the corner of a desk without taking up too much space or nestle underneath your monitor (not included).
Plenty of Ports
Connect a mouse, keyboard, external hard drive, and more thanks to a generous selection of ports. Eight USB slots provide ample connections to plug in all of your accessories, while DisplayPort and VGA connections let you hook up two monitors at once.
Windows 10 Professional
Windows 10 Professional meets the demands of business-minded users with a suite of productivity and security software. Keep calendars and emails organized with the Cortana digital assistant, take notes directly on webpages with Microsoft Edge, and leave the office with peace of mind knowing that your data is safely secured under multiple layers of digital security. And if you forget to do something before heading home, you can remotely log on to your work computer to tie up loose ends.
- Product number: M58P-4-160-W10P
- Operating system: Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
- Processor: 3GHz Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 dual-core
- Graphics processor: integrated Intel GMA 4500
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 160GB HDD
- Optical drive: DVD-ROM
- Memory-card slot: no
- Audio: headphone and microphone jacks
- Ports: 8 USB 2.0, 1 DVI, 1 DisplayPort, 1 VGA
- Keyboard and mouse: included
- Weight: 16.53lb.
- Product dimensions: 10.8” (W) dx 9.4” (D) x 3.1” (H)
- Condition: refurbished
- 18-month warranty from Plan IT ROI
The Lenovo brand name may only be about a decade old, but the company can trace itself to one of the most important technological advances in history: the advent of the personal computer. In 1981, IBM released its first PC, one that would soon set the standard for personal computing around the world. But in the early 2000s, IBM was ready to focus on other types of products, and so Lenovo—a Hong Kong company formed in the mid-1980s—stepped in and bought IBM’s personal computer division, including the iconic Thinkpad. Lenovo’s reach hasn’t stopped with PCs: the company is now a top producer of smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and servers.