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Lenovo's ThinkCentre M70, M80, and M90 series pick up 10th Gen Intel CPUs

Lenovo Thinkcentre M90a Aio
Lenovo Thinkcentre M90a Aio (Image credit: Lenovo)

What you need to know

  • Lenovo announced updates to its ThinkCentre M series today.
  • The ThinkCentre M70, M80, and M90 series now come with Intel's 10th Gen processors.
  • The new chips are available across both desktop and all-in-one versions starting in June.

Lenovo is bringing Intel's 10th Gen CPU lineup to more of its business PCs, the company announced today. Specifically, the ThinkCentre M70, M80, and M90 series are getting refreshed with Intel's latest chips. The company says the refreshed models are expected to go on sale in June, but pricing isn't available just yet.

The new chips are available across all form factors across the ThinkCentre M series lineup. That includes all-in-ones and traditional towers and small form factor models.

"The new ThinkCentre desktop portfolio focuses on delivering enhanced productivity, better manageability and class-leading security, " Lenovo said in a press release announcing the updates. "Enhanced performance and manageability capabilities are offered with up to 10th Gen Intel Core vPro processors, while Lenovo ThinkShield compliance delivers state-of-the-art digital security solutions options."

Lenovo doesn't have specific pricing available yet, but it expects all of its updated ThinkCentre models with Intel's 10th Gen processors to be available starting in June.

These updates are in addition to Lenovo's new ThinkPad P14s and P15s, which are expected to launch with Intel's new chips later in May.

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1 Comment
  • What about Ryzen APUs?
    As, right now they make more sense for All-in-ones... as opposed to Intel 10th Gen. As Intel CPUs in All-in-ones tend to be CPUs which are erm... light on graphical performance lol...