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Lenovo ThinkCentre M90n-1 Mini PC, Intel Core i5-8265U 8GB RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10 Pro (11AD0027US) - $399.99 + FS

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Craving Savings via Newegg [newegg.com] has the Lenovo ThinkCentre M90n-1 Mini PC, Intel Core i5-8265U 8GB RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD, Windows 10 Pro (11AD0027US) on sale for $399.99 + FS.

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  • Intel Core i5-8265U 1.6 - 3.9GHz
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • 512GB NVMe SSD
  • Displayport
  • LAN, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • Windows 10 Pro
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Good chance I'd bite if it weren't for the 8GB soldered ram (not upgradeable).
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Good chance I'd bite if it weren't for the 8GB soldered ram (not upgradeable).
Also keep in mind this is a mobile processor which is much less powerful than the desktop counterpart. And it is 3 generations old.
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Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but no hdmi port!
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Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but no hdmi port!
Most decent monitors support DisplayPort nowadays unless you wanted to connect it to a TV.
Also, it's not hard to find an adapter that converts DP to HDMI since they are both digital.
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If you're just after a PC with a small footprint, get the ThinkCentre Tiny instead. Either a used one on eBay ($200 or so for a Core i5-6500T) or M75q Gen 2 for around $500 new if you want more performance. These will be a little bit bigger but still very compact, especially if you put them on a vertical stand. The M75q Gen 2 is a beast with Ryzen 4000 APUs. They run very cool and quiet, easily upgradable (except for graphics of course), ports aplenty (mine has 3 DP!).
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old n slow processor. non upgradable ram. worth max $300.
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Intel UHD Graphics is too slow these days, especially when you do video conference
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If you're just after a PC with a small footprint, get the ThinkCentre Tiny instead. Either a used one on eBay ($200 or so for a Core i5-6500T) or M75q Gen 2 for around $500 new if you want more performance. These will be a little bit bigger but still very compact, especially if you put them on a vertical stand. The M75q Gen 2 is a beast with Ryzen 4000 APUs. They run very cool and quiet, easily upgradable (except for graphics of course), ports aplenty (mine has 3 DP!).
I've had two orders for the M75q Tiny Gen 2 cancelled in the last month. First, the 4650 then the 4750. Last conversation with Lenovo sales said they "went end of life", which I guess means they are no longer selling them even though you can still configure them. Torn now because I was really digging the form factor and that cpu.
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Most decent monitors support DisplayPort nowadays unless you wanted to connect it to a TV.
Also, it's not hard to find an adapter that converts DP to HDMI since they are both digital.
Connect to a TV...now who would want to do that?
Not hard but you have to do it quickly because the PC would be unusable until you do.EEK!
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FYI- In Jan, we ordered from same seller. But the device seems to be activated in June 2020. So, basically its open box, not NEW!!
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I've had two orders for the M75q Tiny Gen 2 cancelled in the last month. First, the 4650 then the 4750. Last conversation with Lenovo sales said they "went end of life", which I guess means they are no longer selling them even though you can still configure them. Torn now because I was really digging the form factor and that cpu.
Same here. Had two orders of 4750 cancelled. The Lenovo represtative told me that they are unable to get those CPUs.
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Quote from 02nz :
If you're just after a PC with a small footprint, get the ThinkCentre Tiny instead. Either a used one on eBay ($200 or so for a Core i5-6500T) or M75q Gen 2 for around $500 new if you want more performance. These will be a little bit bigger but still very compact, especially if you put them on a vertical stand. The M75q Gen 2 is a beast with Ryzen 4000 APUs. They run very cool and quiet, easily upgradable (except for graphics of course), ports aplenty (mine has 3 DP!).
Hp Elitedesk 800s can usually be found for as little as $100.
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Hp Elitedesk 800s can usually be found for as little as $100.
Not for quad-core. I checked eBay listings and pricing is similar - around $200 for Skylake (which is the oldest generation where the T-series CPUs used in these kinds of PCs had 4 cores in the i5). Correction: 4th gen appears to be the earliest with quad-core i5 CPUs in the 35W T lineup.
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Not for quad-core. I checked eBay listings and pricing is similar - around $200 for Skylake (which is the oldest generation where the T-series CPUs used in these kinds of PCs had 4 cores in the i5).
I believe the 4590 is quad core, but I was really just throwing out other SFFs that are cheap. Might be OK for someones use case.
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