Business desktops are computers engineered to meet the requirements of stable, daily usage in thousands of enterprise environments all over the world; these kinds of machines typically fall into one of two types. The first types are no-frills machines designed for ease of deployment by large IT departments, including designated virtualization hardware and power management technology. Designed for multi-year use, these machines are the business equivalent of the mainstream desktop and are generally sold with service and warranty contracts designed to make servicing easy. The second kind of business desktop is the workstation. Workstations are intended for use in high-end computing environments where computational ability is key, such as animation studios, video editing houses and protein modeling simulations.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 91z is a business all-in-one PC best known for its "edge-to-edge" glossy glass surfaces and beautiful 21.5-inch full HD display. The Edge 91z is for businesses in need of an AIO with not only good performance, but an extra touch of style.
Although the desktop market isn't shrinking too fast these days, the desktops themselves are. Manufacturers are continually trying to pack desktop-level performance into smaller and smaller boxes - can HP's Compaq 8200 Elite succeed where others have failed?
When it comes to outfitting your business with the proper equipment, a good desktop can be the foundation of the rest of your office. HP's 4000 Pro is designed to serve as an affordable candidate; as we found out, it might be good for your living room, too.
It isn't often that we turn to the business side of a PC manufacturer's product lineup to find the kind of design innovation that makes you sit up and take notice. Today we're doing just that in our review of Dell's new OptiPlex 990 ultra-small form factor business desktop.
Most workstations are large boxes filled with powerful components. They take up immense amounts of space, make ridiculous amounts of noise and render large buildings in a single bound. HP is looking to change all of that - well, except maybe for the last bit - with its new Z200 Workstation, a small form factor workstation that proves big things do come in small packages.
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