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Lenovo unveils AMD-based ThinkCentre A60

updated 07:30 pm EDT, Fri July 28, 2006

AMD ThinkCentre A60

Intel's new Core 2 Duo chipsets aren't the only game in town, and while Dell still manages to be a notable holdout, Lenovo has been spreading a bit of AMD Athlon within their product line. Their new ThinkCentre A60 features those snazzy Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processors in the high end, along with options for Athlon 64 and Sempron chips for the budget conscious. The systems are targeted at medium to large businesses, and carry all the necessary network niceties for managing, upgrading and accessing the workstations. The integrated nVidia GF 6100 graphics aren't anything special, but a PCI Express slot should ease your visual woes. Dual SATA HDD slots, DDR2 memory and six USB 2.0 ports are all available, and there are options to fill those slots accordingly. Lenovo should be shipping these soon, with base models starting at around $800



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