Lenovo M700 Intel i3 128GB SSD Tiny Desktop

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Lenovo M700 Intel i3 128GB SSD Tiny Desktop
Price: $349.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
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This seems to be a nice little system. Bought one last time they were on here. Only issue I have had is the 4GB RAM is really low. I upgraded to 32GB and think this is a great machine.

I am running Linux rather than the included Windows 10 and everything worked out of the box with Fedora 25.

The spec for this lists 2 DisplayPort ports. Mine actually has 3. I have a single 4K monitor connected and it handles this well.

Mine has an internal speaker. Not great sound, but better than nothing.

In all, for the price, I think this is a nice little system.

How much for the pencil?

but could you put Windows 7 on it. Windows 10 isn’t of any value to people wanting to use it for a Windows Media Center based HTPC.

Were are all the BOC this wootoff i have not even seen one or am i missing them?

Me too… :frowning:

On modern hardware, Windows 10 is faster than Windows 7 - not to mention it is dramatically faster at startup and shutdown.

The question is, why do you want to pay an extra $200 (or whatever discount you find, since it’s obsolete) for a Windows 7 license - and lose both Microsoft and Lenovo support in the process - when this includes the current version with it?

Is it just because you want to keep using Windows Media Center, which has been discontinued for a number of years?

If you want to pay extra, have extra trouble and complications, more vulnerability, and less support, it looks like Lenovo does have Windows 7 drivers for this model: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/Desktops-and-all-in-ones/ThinkCentre-M-Series-desktops/ThinkCentre-M700