Just when you thought the desktop computer was about to become a thing of the past – a fossil, even… tech developers have come up with yet another way to update the old. Indeed, the towerless, all-in-one PC is on the rise – and not only do these machines promise to deliver all of the much-loved perks of the regular desktop, but most of them will probably sport touchscreen panels. No longer is the touchscreen reserved for tablets and smartphones only!

The Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge M91z is a model you may want to consider if you’re thinking of trading in your ancient tower. This machine features a whopping 21.5-inch screen made of glass from edge-to-edge – making it as attractive as it is powerful. You should note, however, that this model may be more suited for business people as opposed to the more personal PC user, as it lacks multimedia features like a Blu-ray drive and discrete graphics card (on that note, however, you will be pleased to know it does sport a DVD burner and Wi-Fi connectivity).

The ThinkCentre features an Intel Core i5-2400S processor, 4GB of RAM as well as a 500GB hard drive. Combine these specs, and what you’ve got is a machine with bionic capabilities – and an attractive face, to boot. The screen is referred to as an “infinity screen”, since it features glass which extends from end-to-end. The result: the screen appears bezel-free, mimicking fashion trendsetters like the iMac and MacBook Pro. You’ll also find a webcam and built-in microphone on the monitor, as well as a set of discreet, slim control buttons on the bottom of the screen.

You’ll also find ports on the side and back of the machine (two USB ports in addition to 4 more ports found on the backside), microphone and headphone jacks , an HDMI-out port, a VGA-in port, and a card read reader.

For an all-in-one machine that will not only bring you back from the time of the Bedrock desktop but will provide all you need for getting the job done – the Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge M91z is a top-notch choice.

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