Lenovo said that the ThinkCentre Edge 91z is deployed by one of the world’s leading architectur firms, Satoshi Ohashi. I’m not an architect, but I used to be an architecture student in the past, so I little know the requirement of architecture tasks. Most of them works with graphic application such as Autocad, Autodek Revit, Photoshop, Archicad, 3DS Max, SketchUp, and/or other similar softwares. The more powerful the PC used, the faster the tasks can be completed.
With pricing starts from $799, the minimum specs of ThinkCentre Edge 91z are: Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1 GHz, 3 MB L3 Cache); 1GB DDR3 system memory; and Intel HD Graphics (Integrated). Uhm.. I think its basic specification doesn’t meet the top leading architect’s workload, am I wrong? So what are the maximum specs? Let’ see: Intel Core i7-2600S (2.8 GHz, 8 MB L3 cache); 8 GB DDR3 system memory; and AMD Radeon HD665OA 1GB. And yes, the maximum specs are very architect-friendly.
I don’t know how much we must pay to get the top-end model, I can’t find the detail yet. But you can browse Amazon.com to find it.
Regarding the rest of specs, the ThinkCentre Edge 91z features View Management Utility; 6-in-1 card reader; 2MP webcam with integrated mic; Spill-proof wireless keyboard; HDMI out / VGA in; and single-cable setup. For inter-connectivity, this All-in-One PC sports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/Draft-N; Optional Bluetooth via Dongle; Gigabit Ethernet; and USB ports.