Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z All-In-One Desktop PC

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There are no inputs directly on the side, bottom or front of the M92z; instead they hidden from view slightly, sacrificing convenience for aesthetics. The system is mounted on a thick stand with the same range of adjustments you'd find on a high-end monitor.

Flush against the right side are physical volume buttons. A little further up and behind is a hidden tray-loading DVD writer.

The left side is home to a pair of USB 3.0 ports, a headphone and microphone jack and a memory card slot. It's tough to find these ports sight unseen as they're located behind the panel.

At the back on the left side is a standard power connector and Kensignton lock port. There are also optional slots available for PS/2 and serial ports not used in our configuration. The RJ45 jack is poorly located at the very center in front of the stand. When an ethernet cable is plugged in, the stand presses against it unless the screen is tilted up by a few degrees.

Toward the right there are DisplayPort input and outputs and four USB 2.0 connectors.

The system's exhaust port is at the top. A healthy section of the chassis has been hollowed out to give the air somewhere to go and this also creates a lip to make it easier to physically pick up the machine.

Supporting the panel is a thick, cylindrical stand. There's a simple release mechanism underneath the junction.

Attached to the stand is a plastic hook for typing up cables and blue plastic key for locking the height adjustment, though it only works at minimum height. The stand also tilts up and down and swivels from side to side.

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