Lenovo ThinkCentre M92z All-In-One Desktop PC

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An important aspect to consider when choosing an office PC is how convenient the machine is to service. Like many of Lenovo's standard desktop PCs, the M92z opens up rather easily without any tools, giving users access to the internal guts of the system.

All you have to do is pull the two release mechanisms at the bottom outward and lift to open the back cover.

The cover is attached with a series of plastic hooks running along the edge.

Inside is a slim optical drive, a desktop hard drive, an embedded power supply (no external brick) and a laptop style motherboard with a pair of DDR3 SODIMMs and a low profile heatpipe cooling system.

The hard drive is secured with a easily removable plastic mount with rubber grommets. Our sample was equipped with a 7200 RPM Seagate, the Barracuda 1TB (ST1000DM003).

The power supply is an 80 Plus Bronze unit with a maximum output of 150W. It's plenty as our configuration has a low power Ivy Bridge chip and uses integrated graphics.

Clamped onto the processor is a two heatpipe cooler with a very dense stack of fins positioned in front of a blower fan that exhausts out the top of the machine.

In addition to the drives, the memory, wireless NIC, and even CPU appear to be easily replaceable if the desire arises.

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