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Lenovo Introduces Low-Price, Low-Power Desktop

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Lenovo introduced a business-oriented desktop computer that costs less than $400 and meets the Energy Star 4.0 rating.The ThinkCentre A62 incorporates Lenovo's ThinkVantage technology, system management software for building application images, migrating user data, and enabling quick recovery from system crashes. The unit is also available with a Dash 1.1 card that enables it to be remotely managed, audited, and updated.

"The new ThinkCentre A62 was built to provide business customers with longer PC buying cycles," said Dilip Bhatia, executive director of global desktop marketing at Lenovo. "It combines top-notch performance, manageability and environmental responsibility in a high value machine."

Pricing starts at $399, and the A62 is due out in September.InformationWeek

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